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    Parliamentary Energy regarding the dismissal of officials in the Ministry of Electricity: They were

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    Post by Rocky Sat 15 Jun 2024, 4:55 am

    Parliamentary Energy regarding the dismissal of officials in the Ministry of Electricity: They were unable to perform their duties

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Energy Committee, Walid Al-Sahlani, confirmed that there was no connection to the “electricity crisis” from the dismissal of ministry officials, indicating that their dismissal was due to their inability to perform their duties.
    Al-Sahlani said in an interview followed by Al-Iqtisad News, “The committee approached the ministry repeatedly in order to end the electricity crisis that struck the country at the beginning of the summer.”
    He added, "The electricity crisis has nothing to do primarily with changing officials and managers," noting that "the reasons may be due to the negligence or inability of some of these people to perform their duties."
    Al-Sahlani explained, “One of the reasons for the lack of electrical power supply and the exacerbation of the crisis is the increase in loads at the peak of the summer season, in addition to the large loads. As temperatures rise to record levels, the electricity network loads increase significantly, exceeding the network’s ability to supply.”
    He pointed out that "there is a shortage in Iraq's actual need for energy, as Iraq needs 40,000 megawatts to provide electricity."




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