[size=36]Parliamentary Energy announces the end of the electricity crisis in Iraq[/size]
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Revealed the head of the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary MP Hibet Halbusi, on Tuesday, the date of the end of the crisis of electricity in Iraq, stressing that next year will witness the end of the crisis in the country.
"The current year will not see a radical solution to the electricity crisis, given the many problems experienced by the dilapidated transport and distribution networks that need to be sustained and renewed," Halaboussi said in a statement to Mawazine News.
"Iraq is not suffering from lack of energy, but from distribution networks," he said, adding that "the current production of energy was 18 thousand megawatts in an increase of about three and a half from last year."
"The vision of the Ministry of Electricity augurs well by defining precise working mechanisms to eliminate the problems of transport and distribution once and for all."
And suffer most of the provinces of Iraq, especially the south of the lack of processing of electric power with high temperatures that reach the highest levels at the moment. End / 29 s