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    Parliament comments on Al-Sudani’s directive to establish a “mini-service effort” in each governorat

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    Parliament comments on Al-Sudani’s directive to establish a “mini-service effort” in each governorate

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Tuesday (March 12, 2024), the representative of Al-Muthanna Governorate, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, commented on Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s directive to “establish a mini-service effort in each governorate.”
    Al-Ziyadi said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "The directive of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani is important and a good step to improve the reality of services and infrastructure in the governorates and other governorates, which were suffering from great neglect by previous governments."
    Al-Ziyadi added, “The presence of a difference in service effort will have a major and clear impact during the next stage in developing the governorate’s service reality,” stressing that “the citizen will feel this matter soon.”
    He continued, "Al-Sudani has a very great interest in the governorates that suffer from weak infrastructure," stressing that "the local governments in those governorates will support Al-Sudani's step because he serves their governorates."
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani directed, on Monday (March 11, 2024), the establishment of a mini-service effort in each governorate, while he directed the central service effort to pay attention and focus on the governorates of Muthanna, Babil, and Diwaniyah.
    Al-Sudani’s media office stated in a statement received by “Baghdad Today” that he “received, on Monday evening, the Governor of Muthanna Muhannad Al-Attabi, the Chairman of the Provincial Council, Ahmed Mohsen Driul, the two deputy governors, and members of the Provincial Council.”
    Al-Sudani congratulated: “The month of Ramadan has arrived, and he also congratulated the attendees for winning the trust of the people of the governorate,” stressing “the importance of the council and the governor forming one team to complete the projects that the citizen is waiting for,” according to the statement.
    Al-Sudani directed “establishing a mini-service effort in each governorate,” stressing that he “directed the central service effort to focus on the governorates of Muthanna, Babil, and Diwaniyah, because they are the weakest in terms of infrastructure, in addition to being careful not to delay the launch of the governorates’ financial allocations. He also announced the imminent launch of the projects.” Which he promised in Muthanna, especially hospitals," according to the statement.
    The Prime Minister explained that "there are positive indicators about the nature of investment work in Muthanna, which provides 52 thousand job opportunities. He also stressed the importance of supporting the private sector in the governorate, because it provides job opportunities for citizens, as the government continues its efforts to provide alternatives for graduates and the unemployed in the industrial sectors." And agriculture,” stressing “the need to rationalize the use of groundwater in Al-Muthanna and elsewhere in order to preserve this wealth,” noting that “the government has contracted 12,000 modern irrigation systems, in addition to continuing to prepare a study in cooperation with the Central Bank to launch a comprehensive initiative in agriculture, industry, and housing.” As stated in a statement by the Prime Minister’s Media Office.
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