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    Al-Muthanna...a major delay in rainwater drainage projects and the drowning of residential neighborh

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    Post by Rocky Sun 19 Nov 2023, 4:12 am

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    [size=52]Al-Muthanna...a major delay in rainwater drainage projects and the drowning of residential neighborhoods[/size]

    [size=45]Al-Samawa/ Ahmed Nasser[/size]
    [size=45]The problem of overflowing rainwater drainage networks is still a perennial problem in Muthanna Governorate. Most of the sewer projects designated for the purpose of rainwater drainage have failed, especially since we are in the first wave of rain and the beginning of the winter season.[/size]
    [size=45]The citizens of Muthanna receive the winter season every year with suffering and crises in every aspect of life, including the services aspect, especially the crisis associated with mishandling of rainwater and sewage. Although Iraq is one of the countries that experiences little rainfall compared to neighboring countries, any chance of rain throughout Iraq turns into an issue that disturbs the lives of hardworking citizens, due to the lack of outlets for water drainage, which has led to the accumulation of large amounts of rain. In the streets, houses and shops were flooded after water entered citizens’ homes, and the streets turned into stagnant pools, making life impossible and at a standstill, due to the difficulty of movement and going to work places.[/size]
    [size=45]Our first stop was with citizen Muhammad Al-Jabri, who told Al-Mada: “I live in a neighborhood newly established by an Iraqi investor. We paid the advance for the housing unit and the remainder was received by the investor from the Iraqi Real Estate Bank, with a total amount estimated at (170) million dinars, and here it is. We are suffering from flooded streets and deterioration of other services, and we do not know whether the negligence is on the part of the government agencies monitoring investment projects or the corruption of the investor himself. Getting our children to school is impossible amidst a huge amount of mud and water and the danger of electric shocks.”[/size]
    [size=45]Meanwhile, a master’s student in urban geography, Zainab Hameed, told Al Mada: “Intermittent, abandoned, and loose electrical wires wet with rainwater cause fatal accidents in Iraq. If a passerby in the street becomes close to these wet and abandoned wires, his fate will be inevitable death.” She added, “In all countries of the world, rainfall in the winter is considered a blessing, in order to irrigate agricultural crops, eliminate the problem of desertification in Iraq, and most importantly, meet the country’s need for water, after constructing dams to store rainwater and benefit from it in the future, especially if we are certain that The future heralds a water scarcity crisis, so we must deal wisely with rainwater and prevent harm to the citizen on the way by using the correct means to drain rainwater and benefit from it in the future.”[/size]
    [size=45]She pointed out that “the treatments are often patchwork solutions that are not subject to any scientific method, such as the use of mobile instantaneous pumps, and I believe that the only solution is a central sewage campaign for all Iraq’s networks and the establishment of a modern sewage network throughout the country and connecting it to the old network, taking into account the state of increase.” population in the next twenty years, and nothing will be built except according to sound scientific planning.”[/size]
    [size=45]While civil engineer Ali Khayoun believes, “The corruption inherited by previous governments and the principle of political quotas by parties in power have been reflected in every aspect of life in Iraq to the greatest extent, and the infrastructure sector is one of these sectors and suffers from great neglect that has reached the point of Most of the projects that were undertaken in the past are a big problem in themselves, because planning was not taken into account,” he explained. “Any project that is built without planning has two dimensions. The first is the loss of huge project funds, and the second is when you want to dislodge this project, you need additional funds. This rule can apply to dealing with the infrastructure file in Iraq.”[/size]
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