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    3 trillion dinars electricity debts to state institutions

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    3 trillion dinars electricity debts to state institutions Empty 3 trillion dinars electricity debts to state institutions

    Post by Rocky Tue 09 Nov 2021, 6:59 am

    [size=52]3 trillion dinars electricity debts to state institutions[/size]

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     Baghdad: Tariq Al-Araji

    The volume of debts owed to the Ministry of Electricity on government institutions and departments exceeded 3 trillion dinars as a result of supplying them with energy, while the Ministry announced the direct installation of electronic meters on an experimental basis in elected regions of the country.
    And the ministry’s spokesman, Ahmed Al-Abadi, said: “The Ministry of Electricity has recently notified the Council of Ministers of the large debts owed in its favor by government institutions and departments, which exceeded 3 trillion dinars, which are government debts for equipped energy, some of which obtained exceptions from the programmed cut and affected the share of the capital, Baghdad. Which is considered the worst in energy supply, as 1,500 megawatts of Baghdad’s share is transferred to these institutions.”
    He added, “Among the institutions that are excluded from the programmed cut, and refrain from paying what they owe in terms of (sewage sites), (water), (hospitals) and other vital sites, and therefore the value of the energy is supposed to be paid to the Ministry, especially since most of these institutions collect wages. There is no problem with the citizens.”
    He stressed that "these incurred debts have not been paid either centrally or independently for years," noting that "the failure of these authorities to pay the wages of the supplied energy confuses the work of the Ministry of Electricity, which requires obtaining funds for its development and the development of the joints of the electrical network throughout the country."
    And he continued, "The ministry notified the Council of Ministers about this issue to take the appropriate steps, and it is assumed that there will be measures taken by the Ministry of Finance, considering that they are debts that must be covered from the central budget, and some departments with central funding are supposed to deduct their obligations from their general budget in favor of electricity because the ministry I badly need this money
     Debts".
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