[size=36]Al-Sudani directs to expedite finding real solutions related to providing services to citizens[/size]
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The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, chaired, today, Friday, the meeting of the service and engineering effort team, while instructing the provision of services to citizens.
The Prime Minister's Media Office said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani chaired today, Friday, the first meeting of the service and engineering effort team, whose formation was approved by the Council of Ministers in its last session."
Al-Sudani stressed, during the meeting, “the government’s seriousness in implementing clear and tangible service projects, based on the ministerial curriculum,” directing “to speed up finding real solutions related to providing services to citizens, and alleviating their suffering due to the reluctance to implement important service projects that directly affect their lives.”
He stressed, "rejecting any case of procrastination or procrastination from any party, in implementing the decisions and directives issued by the government and related to service aspects that constitute an urgent need for citizens."
The statement continued: "The meeting was attended by the governor of Baghdad, the undersecretaries of the ministries of electricity, health, construction and housing, and a number of general managers and specialists in financial, technical and legal aspects."
It is noteworthy that the Council of Ministers, in its last session, and based on the government program, approved the formation of a service and engineering team headed by the Prime Minister and membership of governors, a number of deputy ministers, advisors, general managers, heads of engineering formations and specialists in financial and legal aspects, in a number of service and security ministries. .
The formation of the team came with the aim of addressing the service reality in areas that suffer from a lack of services in the sectors (municipalities, water, sewage, electricity, health, environment and schools) and any other sectors, as well as following up on lagging infrastructure projects that affect the lives of citizens and proposing treatments and ways to ensure, in addition to proposing new projects to improve services In deprived areas. Ended 29 / AD 99