Nasraoui attribute the lack of activation of the tourism sector in Basra to a lack of infrastructure

2015-12-24 22:19:07 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

He attributed the governor of Basra Majed Nasraoui, on Thursday, not to activate the tourism sector in the province to a lack of infrastructure, and as he emphasized that the province did not receive the financial allocation for the last two years and this year, pointed out that the procedures followed in the country is repulsive to investors.

He said Majed Nasraoui said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The lack of infrastructure was completed in the province behind the non-activation of the tourism sector where," noting that "the infrastructure on the level of services and Almjsrat, roads and hotels are still incomplete in the province."

Nasraoui added that "maintaining financial allocations not received within the 2014 and 2015 budget, which hampered infrastructure complete the projects," adding that "in the event of available money and finished the infrastructure, we will go to revitalize the tourism sector in Basra, which has all the other ingredients."

And on investment in the province Nasraoui stressed that "the procedures followed in Iraq, including on investment is repulsive to investors."

The provincial council in Basra called in (21 December 2015), Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to grant the province, "legal exceptions" to enable them to implement their projects Order forward, and what was described as the financial budget law for next year 2016 as "shameful", go back to Basra, the first not to apply law being financed 90% of the budget.