[size=36]Next Tuesday.. Parliament will host the Minister of Transport and the Mayor of Baghdad to discuss these files[/size]
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The Parliamentary Services Committee announced that it will host the Minister of Transport, next Tuesday of this week, and will discuss the ministry's work plans and the stages of development of the construction of the Faw port, and discuss the status of Iraqi Airways and Baghdad Airport.
Committee member Abbas Al-Atafi said, according to the official newspaper, that "the committee will discuss with the Minister of Transport and the advanced owners in the ministry the ministry's plan and projects that were prepared for work in 2021 and which have not yet begun to be implemented."
He pointed out that "the committee has prepared a working paper in which there are many questions and question marks on all administrative structures and companies associated with the ministry, which must be clarified within the hosting."
He pointed out that "the committee has prepared a schedule of hosts for this week, and hosting next Wednesday will go to the Municipality of Baghdad for the purpose of discussing the work and services provided, as well as discussing the status of the Salhiya complex and the collapse of the sewage network and its connection with the basements with the complex, which raises many question marks."
Al-Atafi indicated that "there are financial ratios allocated to the Salhia complex in the budget and according to the population ratios, and there is great neglect by the secretariat on the grounds that the complex is managed by the Union of Societies in the Salhia complex."
He continued, "The questions are many, especially that the Baghdad Municipality collects amounts from water and sewage and removes waste, but it does not perform its role in these areas correctly." Ended 29/A43