More than 1,500 service projects will be launched in 2024
The first 12/11/2023
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Baghdad: Raghad Dahham
With the major service renaissance adopted by the government of Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to advance the service situation throughout the country and in the capital specifically, it is hoped that more than 1,500 projects related to service aspects will be launched.
Member of the Parliamentary Services Committee, Baqir Al-Saadi, told “Al-Sabah”: There are a large number of large service projects that will be launched during the next year, which number more than 1,500 service projects throughout the country, noting that the Services Committee and the committees responsible for following up and maintaining these projects All actions will be held accountable and monitored for any suspicions of corruption.
He added that the completion rates for projects to relieve traffic congestion reached 40 percent, noting that one of the important projects is the construction of housing units, as work has begun on building 4 complexes, each complex with 1,000 housing units, which will be distributed to poor citizens and those with limited income in all governorates.
Al-Saadi pointed out that by the end of this year, the completion rates of service projects in all governorates will have exceeded 60% due to the continuity of work around the clock, and with personal follow-up by the Prime Minister.
For his part, the architectural planner, Taghlib Al-Waeli, told “Al-Sabah”: If the launch of these projects is within a comprehensive development plan linked to one another within a studied scientific approach, then this will certainly contribute to the advancement of the service reality, especially if it focuses on infrastructure, warning that if Like its predecessors - random - and patchwork, as we have witnessed over more than two decades, this will be part of a series of projects that we have witnessed and will not lead to any sustainable and real achievement and will be nothing more than a waste of public money.
Edited by: Adhraa Juma
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