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    3 trillion dinars.. Electricity debts owed by state institutions represent 30% of the ministry's bud

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    Post by Rocky Tue 09 Nov 2021, 7:40 am


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    Yes Iraq: Baghdad

    The Ministry of Electricity still suffers from the most important hinge that hinders its work and makes its money and shares in the budget depleted, between non-existent collection, free electricity for some institutions, and debts owed by ministries and institutions that have not been paid, while the electricity is working on a five-year plan to add about 12,000 megawatts.
    While there is almost no collection from citizens, the Ministry of Electricity complains about reducing its shares in the budget, as well as the reluctance of many institutions to pay the money they owed to the Ministry of Electricity, which amounted to 3 trillion Iraqi dinars.
    And the ministry’s spokesman, Ahmed Al-Abadi, said in a statement, “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, and they are government debts for equipped energy, some of which obtained exceptions from the programmed cut and affected the capital’s share.” Baghdad, which is considered the worst in providing energy, is transferred 1,500 megawatts of Baghdad’s share to these institutions.”
    Al-Abadi added, “Among the institutions that are excluded from the programmed cut, and refrain from paying the amounts they owe from (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 You get decent wages from 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."
    Al-Abadi added, “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 is in dire need of the amounts of these debts.”
     
    Electricity needs 20 trillion.. Parliament cuts it in half
    The Ministry of Electricity had previously announced that the House of Representatives would reduce the ministry’s share to more than half, while the ministry demanded through the 2021 budget to provide sums of up to 22 billion dollars, which were reduced by the House of Representatives to 10 billion dollars, and nearly one billion dollars were deducted from them. In favor of the health and the interior, and other than that, the ministry did not fully receive its share of the value of the investment budget for the benefit of the Ministry of Electricity,” according to a ministry spokesman.
     
    Earlier, the Minister of Electricity, Adel Karim Agency, confirmed that his ministry annually needs 20 trillion dinars to purchase gas and energy and to perform maintenance on electrical stations.
    Karim fi said, “The Ministry of Electricity has an annual plan to conduct periodic maintenance of electrical stations, and maintenance is usually done in the winter for the purpose of preparing for the summer.”
    He added, "Unfortunately, the budget is not available to the Ministry of Electricity, given that the outgoing parliament has reduced the budget allocated to the Ministry of Electricity, causing a problem for the ministry."
    The Minister of Electricity pointed out that "the ministry annually needs a maximum of 20 trillion dinars to purchase gas and energy and to perform maintenance on electrical stations."
     
    According to previous parliamentary statements, the tax collected from citizens represents only 7% of its actual value. On the other hand, the ministry also has debts owed by government institutions and ministries amounting to 3 trillion dinars, and these institutions did not pay them to the ministry.
    On the other hand, debts amounting to 3 trillion dinars owed by ministries and institutions in favor of the Ministry of Electricity represent approximately 30% of the Ministry of Electricity's share of the budget during the current year.
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