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    Basra complains of the “nakba” of the districts and districts: the local government is only interest

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    Post by Rocky Fri 01 Mar 2024, 4:32 am

    Basra complains of the “nakba” of the districts and districts: the local government is only interested in the center
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    Today, Friday (March 1, 2024), a member of the House of Representatives for Basra Governorate, Intisar Al-Maliki, criticized the local governorate government’s neglect of the districts and districts and only interest in the governorate center.
    Al-Maliki told “Baghdad Today” that “Abu Al-Khasib district suffers from great neglect, as many of its areas do not have any services, including water,” asking, “Does the local government know that there is a district in Basra called Abu Al-Khasib, in which there are thousands of residents who suffer from poor services?” ?
    Al-Maliki added, "The military district in the district lacks services, and its people face many problems amid the silence of the local government regarding their services," indicating that "what the Basra government did was only modify the main street extending from the city center to the district."
    Many neighborhoods in Basra, like the rest of the governorates, suffer from a lack of services and dilapidated infrastructure, which requires tremendous efforts from the federal government and local governments to improve their situation amid the challenges of corruption, quotas, and other issues that have often hindered many projects during the previous years. Governorates. 
    On Thursday (February 8, 2024), the Basra Governorate Council announced its intention to continue supporting the governorate for the purpose of completing the currently ongoing strategic projects and to proceed with referring new projects in the coming period within the 2024 budget.
    Council member Aqeel Talib Al-Fariji told “Baghdad Al-Youm,” “The Provincial Council will support the governor in facilitating the referral of projects and working to quickly obtain allocations from the federal government.”
    Al-Fariji stressed, “Working to delay the governorate’s work is not included in the council’s dictionary because the governorate council was elected for services and the projects must proceed because Basra needs larger projects, especially infrastructure services and others.”
    The Basra Provincial Council re-elected Asaad Al-Eidani as governor for a second term for the next 4 years, while it is hoped that the governor will work under the supervision of the Provincial Council after 4 years of the council’s absence following the dissolution of the councils against the backdrop of the October 2019 demonstrations.
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