The governor of Nineveh: We made 28 applications to the Prime Minister included amnesty for deserters from the police

2016/6/4 15:13

[Oan- Baghdad]

Revealed the governor of Nineveh Nofal Hammadi Sultan that he had submitted requests group includes problems and obstacles facing residents of Mosul displaced and trapped during a meeting with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi yesterday.

Sultan said in his Payne received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of which he met in Baghdad Abadi "and gave him 28 applications bearing problems and concerns of the population of Mosul, both of displaced people in the region and other Iraqi provinces or trapped inside Mosul."

Sultan explained that the meeting "reviewed several files, including security and service, health, educational and other files, including the ration card items or compensation sums estimated at 17,000 dinars per person per month."

He pointed out the governor of Nineveh that requests for Ebadi also included "the provision of services to the liberated areas and open the door to volunteers in the ranks of the police directorate and amnesty for deserters and the launch of the amounts deposited to the citizens in a bank Rafidain and Rasheed and open alternative headquarters for the departments in the province of Nineveh, the state."