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    Post by Rocky Mon 29 Mar 2021, 7:47 am

    Parliamentary Energy calls on government institutions and departments to pay off the debts owed by them in favor of the Ministry of Electricity

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    On Monday, the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee called on government institutions and departments to pay off the debts they owe in favor of the Ministry of Electricity, indicating that the Baghdad Municipality is among those departments that refrain from paying the debts.
    A member of the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee, Amjad Al-Oqabi, said in an interview with the official newspaper, which was followed by Al-Eqtisad News, that "the Municipality of Baghdad owes the Ministry of Electricity wages for electric energy already equipped for sewage, water and sewage stations in Rustumiya, south of the capital, with more than 88 billion dinars." Al-Uqabi pointed out that "the Baghdad Municipality and for years have not paid these sums on the pretext that there are no financial allocations."
    He stated, "The decay of stations leads to drawing a high current of electricity, and the resulting problems and weakness in the electric current, especially since all stations are excluded from the programmed fire, and the Baghdad Municipality does not pay wages or levies for electricity, as most state institutions do that disavow." About paying their wages to the Ministry of Electricity. " 
    He added that "the Baghdad Municipality owes electricity in an amount ranging from 4 to 5 billion dinars, for the fees for lighting the streets of Baghdad, as it is the beneficiary."
    In turn, the spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, Ahmed Musa Al-Abadi, said, "The ministry has issued a decision excluding all sewage stations, heavy water drainage and water projects from programmed cuts, and even in emergency situations, these stations will operate according to this decision."
    He added, "There are some stations operating on feeders that provide a joint service between them and the citizens, which creates a problem of social differentiation, as those residential neighborhoods close to the stations are also excluded from programmed cuts and have 24-hour electricity, so we called the Municipality of Baghdad, according to Official books separate these stations from the electrical network inside residential areas, and separate the station’s supply of electricity from residential neighborhoods, especially since this separation requires a high cost. 
    Al-Abadi pointed out that "despite all the books sent, the Baghdad Municipality did not respond or answer it with the issue of separation."
    He pointed out that "governmental institutions, between central and autonomous, owe the Ministry of Electricity a payable levy of 3 trillion dinars, which these institutions have not paid so far." 

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