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    Council Salahuddin: Baiji refinery, the economic nerve to maintain .. and we reject tra

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    Salahuddin Journal News: Salahuddin Provincial Council reiterated his refusal to move the Baiji refinery from the province to the south of Iraq.
    Said Mahdi al-Bayati, a member of the Board of Salahuddin in a statement (Journal News): "The decision to transfer the refinery Bhristi south rejected by the local government" is certain: "The Baiji refinery is the economic nerve of the province and local government need to support imports of refined decision."
    Al-Bayati said: "The 24% of imports of petro dollars depends on the Baiji refinery, and these imports benefit the economy of the province, which is the greatest need for such imports at the moment because they have been damaged and need to rebuild normally."
    He added: "The local government has coordinated with the political leaders to prevent the transfer of the Baiji refinery to the south."
    The MP for Salahuddin province Mutashar al-Samarrai, revealed last Thursday, for a decision by the Council of Ministers to transfer parts of the Baiji refinery to other refineries in the south of the country.
    Samarrai said in a press conference building, the House of Representatives: "The body of opinion in the Council of Ministers, composed of the prime minister and the ministers of oil, electricity, higher education and water resources, issued a decision to transfer parts of the Baiji refinery to other refineries in southern Iraq."
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