[size=36]Baghdad Council sets the price of amps for civil and government generators for the next three months[/size]
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The Baghdad provincial council set the price of amps for the next three months, six thousand dinars for a period of 12 hours of operation, and nine thousand dinars to run for 24 hours, indicating that he decided to take deterrent penalties against all owners of generators violating these instructions.
Chairman of the Council, Riyad Al-Addadh, stated that "the Council, based on the increase in the operating hours of national electricity for the current period, has set the price of amps for civil and government generators for the months: October, December and December, six thousand dinars for a period of operation of 12 hours starting from 12 noon until one night, While the price of the Golden Line was 24 hours, nine thousand dinars. "
He pointed out that "the Council directed all members of local councils, municipalities, districts and administrative units, in coordination with the province to adhere to the pricing, with directors generators to hang a banner on the generator mentioning the price set by the Council," pointing out that the Council The summer operation confirms that the owners of the generators do not comply with the pricing. "
He added that the council prepared a database of all violations and classified them into types to determine the necessary penalties and impose financial fines by type, in addition to withdraw the generator from the contractor and give it to another contractor through coordination with the security authorities holding the land in all areas to contribute to the process of follow-up performance.
He noted that "the Council held a meeting during the past two days with all representatives of the boards and administrative units to inform them of this directive and deterrent measures that will be taken against each member of the municipal or local council proves his complicity with the owner of the generator through the complaints of citizens that come to the Council with all the doors either Energy Committee, e-mail or through private meetings with members of the Council. "
He explained that "the number of private and government generators in Baghdad and registered with the province, reached ten thousand and 600 generators distributed among all areas of the capital, whether the center or parties," pointing out that "the Council seeks to rationalize the use of generators and dependence on national electricity to supply power The citizen needs his electricity "