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    Deputy: Assigning Al-Faw Port To The Chinese Company Is A Popular Demand

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    Post by rocky Wed Feb 16, 2022 11:07 pm

    [size=38]Deputy: Assigning Al-Faw Port To The Chinese Company Is A Popular Demand
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    The Information/Baghdad…
    Member of Parliament, Aref Al-Hamami, confirmed, on Wednesday, that referring the port of Al-Faw to the Chinese company has become a popular demand, while he criticized the Aqaba pipeline project as being one of the unimportant projects.
    Al-Hamami said in an interview seen by / the information /, that "the situation in southern Iraq is dire, the economy is exhausted and services are almost non-existent, and many areas are witnessing the spread of drugs and organized crime that disturb security stability, and the current government announces projects that are economically useless, as well as About that “there are matters outside its powers,” noting that “there is more than one popular and political movement to stand up to this dangerous matter, but these movements have not yet crystallized in the form of a decision.”
    He added, "The rise in the exchange rate of the dollar affected the poor citizen and the middle classes, in addition to the fact that oil prices doubled, but without having a positive impact on the services provided to the people, and that the new budget will be delayed and the exchange is only on the (1/12) system. Appointments are on hold, contracts are also on hold, and promotions are things that have generated great discontent among the street.”
    Al-Hamami indicated that "if the current government wanted to give legitimacy to its decisions and agreements and sent them to Parliament, it would not agree to them, but would stand with full force against it because it does not contain any benefit for the people," stressing that "the people want to improve electricity in agreement with (Siemens) and refer the Faw port to the Chinese company. And not projects that do not benefit from extending an oil pipeline from Basra to Jordan and others.” finished/25
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