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    The rain exposes the poor quality of service projects and calls for the dismissal of officials and h Empty The rain exposes the poor quality of service projects and calls for the dismissal of officials and h

    Post by Rocky Sun 17 Mar 2024, 4:28 am

    [size=52]The rain exposes the poor quality of service projects and calls for the dismissal of officials and holding the implementing companies accountable[/size]

    [size=45]Dhi Qar / Hussein Al-Amel[/size]
    [size=45]The recent rain wave in Dhi Qar revealed the poor implementation of service projects, especially sewage networks, as many residential homes were flooded as a result of rain and overflowing sewage. While the governor of Dhi Qar called for raising the degree of preparedness and emergency,[/size]
    [size=45]The people in the affected areas called for the dismissal of those responsible for the deterioration of services and the opening of an investigation into the companies responsible for the poor implementation of projects. Various areas of Dhi Qar Governorate witnessed overflowing rainwater and sewage, and the flooding of a number of streets and citizens’ homes, especially in the areas of Al-Dhahia, Al-Sharqiya, Al-Habiliyah, Al-Tali’ah, and other areas in the districts of Souq Al-Shuyoukh, Al-Shatra, Al-Akika, and other areas. In view of this, affected citizens resorted to broadcasting video clips and photographs on social media sites showing scenes of streets flooded with water and mud, flooded homes, citizens cut off from access to their homes, and vehicles whose tires appear to be half submerged in stagnant water and mud, calling at the same time for an investigation into the poor implementation of the projects. services, while another segment of citizens called on the Integrity Commission to open a file for referring and implementing Reconstruction Fund projects and other projects around which suspicions of corruption surround. In an interview with Al-Mada, activist Ahmed Al-Sabbagh revealed his suffering and the suffering of the people of Al-Dhahia neighborhood, where he and his family reside in this neighborhood besieged by water. He explained, saying, “Rainwater flooded all the streets in Al-Dhahia neighborhood and entered the homes of a number of citizens, where 12 houses in our area were drowned.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]He attributed the overflow of rainwater and sewage to the inefficiency of the sewage project that was recently implemented in the aforementioned neighborhood, and added, “The area was damaged not only by rainwater, but also by the overflow of heavy water from the sewage network, which exacerbated the suffering of citizens and increased the risks of pollution to their children and their health.” .[/size]
    [size=45]In turn, another citizen pointed out that “what happened in the streets of Dhi Qar in terms of drowning after the first rain shower reveals the falsity and truth of reconstruction in the governorate in front of everyone,” noting that “the money spent on reconstruction is large compared to the level of modest services,” calling on “all oversight bodies to (Integrity Commission, Financial Supervision Bureau) to follow up on completed and uncompleted projects for reconsideration.” For his part, the Governor of Dhi Qar, Murtada Abboud Al-Ibrahimi, instructed the Dhi Qar Sewerage Directorate to mobilize the entire service effort. He explained during an inspection tour he undertook to follow up on the automated effort for rainwater drainage that “it is required to mobilize all mechanisms and sewage stations as we are in a state of emergency,” stressing that “not Relying on official correspondence in such a case.” He added, addressing the sewerage director, “Now we are in a state of challenge in the face of the amounts of rain that he described as unprecedented.” In turn, the Dhi Qar Sewerage Directorate announced that it had raised the state of alert and strengthened its staff with 17 automated teams to withdraw rainwater in the center of the city of Nasiriyah. The Dhi Qar Sewerage Director, Haider Al-Asadi, said in a media statement followed by (Al-Mada) that “the cadres of the Sewerage Department began to drain the amounts of rain that fell on The governorate, the intensity of which was concentrated in the center of the governorate and some districts and districts of Dhi Qar.” Al-Asadi explained that “the department has raised the state of alert by mobilizing all maintenance personnel, mechanisms and technical teams around the clock to confront any emergency problem, with the participation of 17 teams to raise rainwater in the city center,” noting that “all sewage stations are working at full capacity to push rainwater within its path.” “The specified station and through the supporting stations,” he added, “one station towards the island had a fire and it will be restored to service in the coming hours.” Al-Asadi confirmed the department's readiness to face the amount of rain expected to fall. For his part, the director of the Anwaa Weather Department in Dhi Qar, Ahmed Karim, revealed the amount of rain falling on the city of Nasiriyah on Friday, indicating that “it exceeded 14 mm,” pointing out that “the rainfall was caused by an air depression coming from the Red Sea that affected the region.” . The rain waves witnessed in Dhi Qar Governorate from time to time revealed the need of poor residential neighborhoods for more services, rehabilitation of infrastructure in the sewage sector, and paving of roads in order to avoid damage resulting from heavy rains, flooded streets, and damaged homes.[/size]
    [size=45]Scenes of a decline in the level of municipal services and the plight of citizens with the rains and the accumulation of piles of waste are almost repeated in most of the administrative units of Dhi Qar Governorate, which amount to 22 administrative units.[/size]
    [size=45]Rain is a heavy visitor to the neighborhoods that constitute the poverty belt of the city center of Nasiriyah and the centers of districts and districts, where there are no regular sewage networks and paved streets, especially in neighborhoods that suffer from lagging infrastructure projects, or those that are not served by sewage networks.[/size]
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