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Mosul: Shorouq Maher
Yesterday, Friday, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi said that the salaries saved for Nineveh employees will be released “within days.”
Regarding Resolution 315 regarding converting daily wages into contracts, Al-Halbousi said in an interview: “The number of contractors within Resolution 315 is very large, and for this reason it has not been fully implemented,” noting that “the decision will be resolved soon and its approval will be announced.”
In another matter, the Speaker of the House of Representatives stated that “the Civil Aviation Authority has approved the designs of Mosul Airport, and the airport’s reconstruction will be implemented within days.”
Al-Halbousi also revealed that the House of Representatives seeks to find urgent solutions to many outstanding problems between Nineveh Governorate
and service ministries.
He said during a conference held at the University of Mosul, which he attended: “We were directed to solve the problem of medical research centers at the University of Mosul, which had been completed before the terrorist (ISIS) entered the city in 2014, but it did not enter service.
He explained that "there are six specialized medical research centers, and these centers include (cardiac surgery, neurology, kidney disease, cancer, infertility, test-tube children and the digestive system," noting that "there are projects for a group of highly qualified laboratories that have the latest medical devices in the world that were supported by the House of Representatives." This project is considered the second largest advanced health center in the Middle East in terms of capabilities
hardware and design.
The health centers were severely damaged during the ISIS control of the city, and after the security forces recaptured Mosul from the terrorist organization, the technical cadres began to reconnect the electricity and the companies implementing the project conducted on-site inspection, where they submitted a detailed report.
With the completion of maintenance and rehabilitation work, the University of Mosul proposed a plan to manage the centers by providing the Ministry of Health with the necessary funds to maintain the damaged medical devices and equipment, with the Ministry of Health ensuring the provision of medicines and medical supplies to operate the project and allocating cadres
Al-Halbousi had arrived in the city of Mosul last Tuesday on an inspection tour of Nineveh Governorate that may last (ten) days, according to what the Speaker of the House of Representatives confirmed to the people of Nineveh in order to see and support vital projects throughout the city of Mosul, the center of Nineveh Governorate, and to open some of them.
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