Parl. COM demanding to hold its next meeting in Basra & warns of lax implementation
Parliamentary Council of Ministers demanding to hold its next meeting in Basra and warns of lax implementation of their demands
BAGHDAD - News Today - Attorney student from Basra, Abdul Salam al-Maliki province on Saturday, the Council of Ministers to hold its next meeting in the province to consider the suffering in a field without procrastination or anesthesia, as he emphasized that the prime minister Haider al-Abadi choice between the implementation of the demands of the province or the allocation amount to a referendum on the formation of Basra province.
Maliki said in a press statement issued by the Information Office and the Agency has received news of the day a copy of it, that "Basra has suffered a lot and did not find it hears the appeals of their children even though they represent economic lung of Iraq, and we find their hosts inhabit shanty houses with an acute shortage of maintaining services."
Maliki said that "the reference today redress for Basra when asked the Prime Minister to give the province greater attention after all these years of injustice, marginalization and indifference of politicians," he said, adding that "al-Abadi binding and within his reforms given to those suffering more wisely and zero tolerance against those claims in order to contact Basra to the explosion limit and full separation in order to preserve their wealth stolen annually to satisfy others and their well-being at the expense of the people of the province."
And the MP from Basra that "the government before the last chance street is boiling and reference woken up to this threat and Abadi faced with two choices only two, either implement the demands of the province and either put the financial allocations for the referendum on the formation of Basra province," warning of "inaction more than this so things do not get out control."
Maliki said that "the Council of Ministers demands to hold its next meeting in Basra and that there are real decisions include the formation of follow-up committees of ministers and a field without procrastination or anesthesia to find out all the problems experienced by the addition to granting the province the largest percentage of the five advance trillion dinars, which was launched for investment projects and commercial, agricultural, which is originally from the province's oil and they have the most deserving than others."