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    A deputy reveals the most dangerous files facing the Sudanese government’s program

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    A deputy reveals the most dangerous files facing the Sudanese government’s program Empty A deputy reveals the most dangerous files facing the Sudanese government’s program

    Post by Rocky Mon 13 May 2024, 3:49 pm

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    Today, Monday, Member of the House of Representatives, Mohamed Al-Zayadi, revealed the most dangerous files in the program of Prime Minister Mohamed Al-Sudani’s government.
    Al-Ziyadi told Al-Maalouma, “There are many serious files in the government’s case that concern Iraqi society, the most important of which is the increase in the divorce rate, unemployment, financial inflation, and the budget deficit and service provision.”  
    He explained that "until now, funds have not been released to the governorates in order to improve the service situation and complete the infrastructure there."  
    Al-Ziyadi pointed out that “the Sudanese government did not send any official letter to the House of Representatives regarding the financial allocations for the governorates to address or reduce the severity of unemployment and to initiate the reconstruction of those governorates,” calling on “the government to expedite the submission of those letters regarding funds for the purpose of voting on them within the dome of Parliament.” .  
    All Iraqi governorates, especially the southern governorates, are witnessing deterioration in infrastructure, unemployment, and the failure to complete any service project that serves the public good. End 25
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