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    Jafar: Electricity crisis could lead to the demise of the government during the summer

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    Post by Rocky Mon 11 Mar 2019, 2:37 am


    Jafar: Electricity crisis could lead to the demise of the government during the summer

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    The former deputy Jassem Mohammad Jaafar warned on Monday that the electricity crisis could lead the government to disappear during the coming summer. He pointed out that the anger of the street and the recurrence of the crisis will again make the demonstrations boil again in the heat of the summer, which negatively affects the government and could lead to its fall.

    "The government suffers from fragility, does not adopt a large bloc capable of defending it, and the two blocs are still reluctant to support and support the government, even though they are their government, but they are weak in the administration of the state," Jaafar said in a statement.

    He added that "the issue of electricity is essential and sensitive and according to air conditions, the next summer is hotter than the previous, so the government must find a good adjustment of electricity and raise the rate of processing in order to escape the anger of the people."

    Jafar said that "the maintenance of electricity during the summer threatens the government to fall, through demonstrations go government in the wind, which requires the Prime Minister to consider him and put him in his priorities." End 25 n

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