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    The Ministry of Electricity clarifies about its debts to citizens

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    The Ministry of Electricity clarifies about its debts to citizens Empty The Ministry of Electricity clarifies about its debts to citizens

    Post by Rocky Wed 14 Apr 2021, 7:49 am

    The Ministry of Electricity clarifies about its debts to citizens

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    {Baghdad: Al Furat News} A spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, Ahmed Al-Abadi, explained about the debts owed by citizens from electric power wages.
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    "There are two types of frozen debts, which were before the 2017 government's decision to distribute the government and the cabinet decision and are still frozen," Al-Abadi told Al-Furat News.
    He continued: "As for the rest of the debts owed by citizens or on the commercial, agricultural or residential type, the Ministry of Electricity will continue to collect it by the citizens, if it is haunted, it will be in the form of installments."
    "The electricity debt is first-class government, and the ministry has nothing to do with it," an electricity spokesman confirmed.

    Although Iraq spent about 60-80 billion dollars on electricity after 2003, according to official figures, the problem of electricity still persists in it and it is unable to produce sufficient electrical energy for the consumption of its citizens.
    Iraq produces 19 thousand megawatts of electrical energy, while the actual need exceeds 30 thousand megawatts, according to officials in the electricity sector, and it is also holding talks with Gulf countries, led by Saudi Arabia, to import electricity, including linking its system with the Gulf system, after it was dependent on Iran to import 1,200 Megawatts of electricity and gas fuel to feed local power plants.
    Residents have been protesting for many years against frequent power cuts, especially in the summer, if temperatures sometimes reach 50 degrees Celsius.
    Hussein Hatem
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