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    Parliament Finance hosts the Minister of Electricity regarding the Ministry's budget

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    Parliament Finance hosts the Minister of Electricity regarding the Ministry's budget Empty Parliament Finance hosts the Minister of Electricity regarding the Ministry's budget

    Post by Rocky Mon May 01, 2023 5:36 am

    [size=52]Parliament Finance hosts the Minister of Electricity regarding the Ministry's budget[/size]
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    On Monday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee hosted the Minister of Electricity, Ziyad Ali Fadel, regarding the discussion of the ministry's budget for the next three years.
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    A parliamentary source said, in an interview with Al-Maalooma agency, that "the Parliamentary Finance Committee hosted today, Minister of Electricity, Ziyad Ali Fadel, to discuss the ministry's budget."
    He pointed out that "the last observations were placed on the budget of the Ministry of Electricity for its three-year plan before voting on it in the House of Representatives."
    Iraq's compass is turning towards Germany to search for new solutions to end the electric power crisis in the country, by contracting with the German company Siemens, with which Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani signed a memorandum of understanding during his recent visit to Germany.
    Iraq has been suffering from an escalating electrical energy crisis for decades, as electricity is not available in the country except at specific hours, according to a system known locally as "programmed shutdown." Ended / 25 s
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