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    Politicians Criticize The Government's "Scramble" To Connect The Electricity With Saudi Arabia

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    Post by Rocky Sun 06 Feb 2022, 5:22 am

    [size=38]Politicians Criticize The Government's "Scramble" To Connect The Electricity With Saudi Arabia
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    The Information / Baghdad…
    Political parties, in addition to specialists in the energy file, criticized the government’s position regarding the electrical connection with Saudi Arabia, stressing that this approach will not solve the crisis at a time when the defect in the electricity crisis has been diagnosed.
    The former deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Karim Al-Muhammadawi, told Al-Maalouma, "There are external interventions in the Iraqi energy file in order to achieve American goals, the latest of which is the electrical connection with Saudi Arabia, which is a political project that does not serve Iraq's interest, as it is better to invest money to establish new stations."
    On the other hand, the specialist in energy affairs, former MP Abbas Yaber, explained to Al-Maalouma, "Iraq does not need to import energy, as it has stations that are supposed to produce 31,000 megawatts, but the problem that prevents this is the inability to The distribution system will secure this energy as well as the problems in the network.”
    On the other hand, the representative of the State of Law coalition, Aref Abdel Jalil, stated to “The Information” that “the government’s going to the electrical connection with Saudi Arabia will not achieve any benefit or economic return for Iraq, in addition to the fact that the imported energy will constitute only 1 percent of the country’s need, as It will cost Iraq a lot of money.”
    In a related development, a member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Uday Al-Khadran, told Al-Maalouma that "Iraq will lose 12 billion dollars as a result of the electrical connection with the Saudi side, while Iraq will not need such an amount if it produces the energy it needs on its territory." finished 25
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