Baghdad - INA - Hassan Al-Fawaz
Today, Thursday, the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee confirmed that the government is proceeding with the completion of the New Sadr City project, while indicating that it has contracted with a company to prepare designs for the construction of 100,000 housing units.
The head of the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee, Ali Al-Hamidawi, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): “Sadr City suffers from many problems at the level of population bottlenecks and the educational and health sectors,” noting that “the real solution to these problems lies in establishing a new residential city.”
He explained, "The government is serious about turning the project's steps into reality, as it formed a technical committee for this purpose, in addition to holding about 10 meetings in order to accelerate the pace of work, in addition to contracting with a company to prepare the complete designs for building more than 100,000 housing units on a larger area." From 7 thousand dunams.
He stressed that "the government is proceeding with the completion of the project," pointing out that "it will address problems in various sectors and will change the existing state of overcrowding to the new city. The project will be accompanied by new schools and health facilities."
Earlier, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani announced the approval of the initial structural designs for the New Sadr City project, while stressing the importance of accelerating the completion and resolution of files related to the project, and overcoming all obstacles that obstruct it.
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