Basra council calls for the allocation of funds within the budget next year to complete the projects Off
Network Iraqi position Committee called for reconstruction and development in the Basra Governorate Council, on Monday, the central government to allocate funds within the overall budget for next year to complete the implementation of hundreds of service projects that stopped working out before completion because of the financial crisis, as well as the allocation of funds to implement a number of strategic projects deferred for years.
The Chairman of the Committee flower Hamza Albjara in an interview with her that "the general budget for the coming year 2017 should take into account the development of Basra, which suffers from the presence of hundreds of service projects that stopped working out before completion because of the financial crisis," indicating that "these projects call for the need for further attention when budgeting, as we demand the allocation of funds to complete it. " Albjara he pointed out that "these projects completed less than 90% ratios, and a large percentage of which exceeded 50% completion rates," adding that "including vital projects require the construction of public schools and the creation of networks of streams." The Chairman of the Committee of reconstruction and development that "Basra also need to allocate funds within the budget next year to implement a number of strategic projects delayed its implementation for years, including the construction of a bridge over the Shatt al Basra project, and the construction of roads Yearbook, and the rehabilitation of a number of rivers branching of the Shatt al-Arab towards the center The province". The province of Basra suffered since late last year from severe and unprecedented financial crisis since 2003, and because of many government departments have become unable to carry out their work, as most government projects stopped, and the local government demanded on many occasions the federal government, regardless of accumulated financial dues since in 2013, and that up to 11 trillion dinars.