[size=36]Cabinet Secretariat: The 2022 budget will be the start of an urban revolution[/size]
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The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced, on Saturday, that the budget of 2022 will be the start of a comprehensive urban revolution through its orientation to re-work with thousands of lagging projects, and indicated that the Iraqi-Chinese agreement entered into force with the project to develop Nasiriyah International Airport, and then signed 15 contracts to build 1000 schools.
A spokesman for the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, Haider Majid, said in a statement that "the budget needs to be discussed in the Council of Ministers and needs several sessions, and then it is voted on in the Council and referred to the House of Representatives, and it needs a month or two to discuss it after the formation of the next government."
He added, "According to the vision and direction of the General Secretariat of the Prime Minister, and after it was assigned to draw up the ministerial program for the next government, what is distinguished in the next budget is the great trend to complete projects in the governorates, re-work with thousands of stalled and lagging projects 10 years ago, and prepare for new projects, and the year 2022 will be a new start. An urban revolution in all governorates.
And he indicated that "the Chinese-Iraqi agreement has entered into force, as well as other agreements signed with Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt, and we have started signing the contract with the Chinese side for the project to develop Nasiriyah International Airport and then signing 15 contracts to establish 1,000 schools, and the vision and direction of the government and the executive management of the project in the General Secretariat is that Next year, the number of contracts will rise to 3,000 schools until we reach 7,000, and we need a lot of school buildings after the Ministry’s project number one stalled 10 years ago.” Ended 29/A 4