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, including the allocation of about 3 billion dollars for Basra and the management of Najaf airport[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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The source said, Saturday, that the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi decided to launch allocations Basra province, which amounts to (3.5) trillion dinars immediately.
The source said that Abadi decided to "launch allocations Basra (3.5) trillion dinars immediately, in addition to the use of absolute allocations to desalinate water and dismantle bottlenecks with electricity networks and provide the necessary health services."
He pointed out that "the provision of allocations necessary to dismantle the electricity bottlenecks of the provinces," pointing out that "will expand and accelerate the investment prospects for construction in the sectors of housing, schools and services."
"It was decided to launch job grades to accommodate the unemployed according to a fair system away from patronage and patronage," he said, adding that "it was decided to increase water releases, especially the semi-provinces of Basra, Dhi Qar, Muthanna and Diwaniyah to the south of the rivers, and the Ministry of Water Resources and security leaders in the governorates to prevent over- As well as the Najaf airport management council.
A number of Iraqi provinces, including Baghdad, Basra, Dhi Qar, Maysan and Najaf, have been protesting for nearly a week against the deterioration of services and the spread of unemployment, which were interrupted yesterday by the closure of major roads and attacks on the headquarters of a number of political parties.
Protests have so far killed two demonstrators and wounded dozens of protesters and members of the security forces.