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Al-Kazemi warns of an "electricity crisis" unless the Food Security Law is passed

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Al-Kazemi warns of an "electricity crisis" unless the Food Security Law is passed Empty Al-Kazemi warns of an "electricity crisis" unless the Food Security Law is passed

Post by rocky Wed 13 Apr 2022, 5:48 am

[size=30]Al-Kazemi warns of an "electricity crisis" unless the Food Security Law is passed[/size]
"Ministers must abide by all cabinet decisions that pertain to the life of the citizen, as this matter is not negotiable." 


[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi
 
Erbil (Kurdistan 24) - Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi warned today, Tuesday, of an electricity crisis during the summer unless Parliament passes the Food Security Law.
Al-Kazemi said during the cabinet session, "We hope that the food security law will be passed according to the government's vision to run the country's affairs, because there are many requirements, especially with regard to electricity, and we are approaching the summer, and what it requires to provide fuel and secure the needs of citizens."
He added, "Failure to provide funds will lead to an electricity crisis, and we hope that the brothers in Parliament will understand this matter and support the government in providing for citizens' needs by passing the law in a way that does not affect the essence of the law."
Al-Kazemi added that his government had taken "a set of decisions to confront the crisis of rising global prices, including opening imports, and this decision was issued by the Council of Ministers, and it is obligatory to implement it by the relevant ministries and to stay away from personal judgments at the expense of citizens."
He continued, "Ministers must abide by all cabinet decisions that concern the life of the citizen, as this matter is not subject to discussion or subject to personal interests or the influence of influential groups."
"We decided to provide the citizen during the month of Ramadan with foodstuffs, fuel and other goods, and it is completely unacceptable not to implement the decisions of the Council of Ministers that are related to the life of the citizen," he said.
Al-Kazemi indicated that the government held several periodic meetings with officials in the Ministry of Electricity and the rest of the ministries in order to overcome obstacles to providing electric power to citizens next summer.
He said, "There is a heavy legacy of tampering with the strategic plan to provide electricity and fuel, and we succeeded last summer in crossing it, and we are currently working to provide money and everything required by the process of securing electricity, including what we presented to the House of Representatives within the Food Security Law."
Al-Kazemi expressed his hope that the political forces will work “to agree on a formula to form the government, carry out its duties and work on preparing the 2022 budget, and fulfilling its obligations towards citizens.
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