[size=36]Al-Sudani issues new directives to overcome obstacles to the development of 4 sectors in Baghdad[/size]
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The Governor of Baghdad, Muhammad Jaber Al-Atta, revealed today, Thursday, that Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani issued directives to develop 4 sectors, represented by overcoming obstacles to completing the schools implemented from the governorate and roads, especially in rural areas, as well as increasing the funds allocated for the implementation of the Baghdad Entrances Project as well as Directing him to complete sanitation projects in four regions.
Al-Atta said, "The Prime Minister issued several directives during the meeting that dealt with the file of services in the capital, and we attended it. I emphasized the provision of services in the deprived areas of Baghdad, and a discussion took place during our meeting with the Prime Minister to provide sanitation services in the areas of Nahrawan, Al-Wahda, Sabaa Al-Bour, and Abu Ghraib. Prime Minister to find urgent solutions to complete it.
He pointed out that "Baghdad governorate also has an activity to build new schools to fill the current shortage, and more than 250 schools were completed during the current year, and 150 new schools and 144 others were included in the agreement with China."
He pointed out, "We have a problem related to the classification of lands allocated to schools, as most of them are (agricultural), and their ownership must be transferred to the Ministry of Education and classified as (educational) upon listing and signing contracts. The Prime Minister informed us of this problem, and he made contacts and directed an urgent solution to it."
Regarding Al-Sudani's directive to reconsider the costs of completing the Baghdad entrances projects, Al-Atta stressed that "
He continued, "The entrance to Baghdad - Taji, for example, is subject to great momentum daily, and large wheels pass through it. The Prime Minister directed the establishment of a model entrance befitting the capital, Baghdad. He also directed that road projects in rural villages be focused on areas where there is a population density."
Earlier, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani issued directives related to the service situation and lagging projects in Baghdad, while stressing that those responsible for wasting public money should be held accountable.
The media office of the Prime Minister said, in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani chaired a meeting that included the governor of Baghdad, Muhammad Jaber al-Atta, and the general managers and heads of departments in the province," noting that "the governor presented at the outset The meeting summarized the work of the governorate, the services it provides, and the most important problems and obstacles facing service and investment projects, and prevented the provision of required services in the outskirts of Baghdad, as well as referring to the most important upcoming projects that the governorate intends to implement in the areas within its scope of responsibility.
Al-Sudani stressed, "the need to change the current service situation in Baghdad governorate according to a new vision, and that priorities be arranged according to the needs of citizens, and focus on infrastructure projects represented by sanitation projects and the provision of potable water," pointing out, "that there is no justification for the service apparatus of the governorate." Baghdad so that citizens can complain about the acute shortage of basic services.
Al-Sudani directed "the need to develop rapid plans to address the problems of providing urgent services to citizens."
The meeting witnessed a discussion of lagging service projects, and the reasons for the delay, including the projects of Baghdad gates, hospitals and schools.
Al-Sudani stressed, during his speech, that those responsible for the waste of public money in these projects should be held accountable, stressing that:
Al-Sudani directed the “Governor of Baghdad to reconsider the financial costs of the projects at the entrances to Baghdad through a specialized audit committee, and also directed the Ministry of Planning to resolve the exchange rate difference for hospital projects in Baghdad, and to consider it one of the first priorities,” instructing the ministry also to “list the local companies that have implemented sewage projects.” In all provinces, and distinguished in achievement with the support of the beneficiaries, for the purpose of inviting these companies to implement sewage projects in the province of Baghdad.
Al-Sudani directed "the Prime Minister's office to follow up on the Integrity Commission, to explain the reasons for not taking legal measures based on the report of the Financial Supervision Bureau for the project to rehabilitate and develop Al-Numan Hospital, and to refer the negligent integrity employees to investigation." Ended 29 / H