Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Services Committee announced that it will host the Minister of Transport and Mayor of Baghdad next week regarding the suspended train, while it identified the causes of accidents on the railways.
Committee member Jassem Bukhati told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The committee followed up and sent many files to the Minister of Transport, the agents and the Director General of Railways, regarding the issue of road and railway obsolescence and how to address it and develop quick solutions to it," noting that "the main problem is that the Ministry This file has not yet been addressed, and there are accidents and problems that occur due to the obsolescence of the railways."
He added that "the committee decided to host the Minister of Transport and Mayor of Baghdad on Wednesday of next week regarding a set of issues related to the Baghdad suspended train, the Directorate of Roads and Railways, and all departments that have a direct relationship with the citizens."
He continued, "The hosting came because of their lack of response and interest in the books sent by the Services Committee towards the ministry and the concerned department."
And the province of Baghdad announced on the fifth of last April, that all the procedures for the Baghdad suspended train project had been completed, and it had been submitted to the concerned authorities, indicating that the project is now among the ministries of transport, planning and finance.
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