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    Post by Rocky Sat 22 Jun 2024, 4:55 am

    "Costs" occupy Iraqis...an explanation for why ministers appear in "winter uniforms" despite the heat of the weather

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Over the past two days, social networking sites have been filled with pictures of ministers wearing “masks” during tours related to the work of their ministries, despite the high temperatures that have reached 50 degrees Celsius, raising several questions about the reason behind this “strange” scene.
    Minister of Water Resources, Aoun Dhiab, appeared on a night field tour of the development work on the Al-Ashar and Khandaq rivers in Basra Governorate, which is considered the hottest Iraqi governorate, wearing what resembles a “linen camouflage,” which caused a widespread wave of ridicule on social media sites.
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    At the same time, the Minister of Electricity, Ziad Ali Fadel, also appeared wearing what looked like a camouflage, even though his tour was not at night like the Minister of Resources. Rather, he appeared in the sun wearing what he was wearing, which raised questions as to whether there were reasons behind the coincidence of these strange scenes.
     
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    There were many explanations, including those who ascribe to “conspiracies” behind this, and this is what political analyst Ahmed Al-Khader also believes in his interview with “Baghdad Today”, reviewing 3 reasons, namely that the ministers “are mocking the heat and trying to reduce its reality compared to the complaints of citizens, or that The ministers do not feel the heat because they enjoy 24-hour electricity and cooling facilities, or it is an attempt to distract public opinion and prevent it from thinking about the electricity crisis and other issues.”
     However, specialists ridiculed these explanations and saw that the matter was not that important. For example, when the ministers appeared in these clothes they were in the streets, so there was nothing to do with the fact that they enjoyed 24-hour electricity. Also, the attempt to mock the atmosphere is a superficial issue. It is unlikely that ministers would think about it. In this way, especially since they rely on the cause of high temperatures as the main justification for the deterioration of services, whether electricity or the heat caused by water evaporation and increased consumption, it is strange to think that ministers are mocking the high temperature or trying to discredit it!
    On the other hand, according to the “Baghdad Today” analysis section, the reasonable reason to explain this phenomenon is that ministers, taking into account their official status, are unreasonable for them to appear wearing “half-sleeved T-shirts,” especially since they are on an official mission, and because of the heat they are not able to wear jackets or suits. Moreover, ministers and officials have begun to wear “work clothes” and not wear formal suits while going out on work tours and observing work, to suggest that they are “part of the battle.”
     For these reasons, the Minister of Water Resources decided to wear what could appear as an “official uniform” as much as possible, so he wore something similar to a light “linen jacket,” while the Minister of Electricity wore a jacket that is part of the work suits worn by electrical workers and engineers.
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