Babylon received 31 billion dinars share of regional development and criticized the exclusion of the popular visit allocations

2015-12-14 21:38:18 | (Voice of Iraq) - Babylon

Announced Babil province administration, on Monday, received $ 31 billion dinars out of 231 billion dinars allocated for the development of the regions for 2015 Kmbalg, as shown that the allocations proposed for the province within the general budget for 2016 amounting to 102 billion dinars, criticized the allocation of 10 billion dinars to Karbala in the popular visit and not to allocate funds to Babylon, although more than 60% of visitors passing through.

He said the first deputy governor of Babylon and Sam Aslan Jubouri in an interview with the (long-Presse), said that "the province of Babylon received so far an amount of 31 billion dinars out allocated to the province for projects development of the regions of the current 2015 amount, which amounts to 231 billion dinars."

He Jubouri that "customizations The proposed Babil province within the general budget for Iraq for 2016 amounting to 102 billion dinars, and we are waiting for the completion of approval or amendments from the House of Representatives," noting that "This is allocated to the province money does not meet the needs of the province for projects and services"

Jubouri and pointed out that "the problem of services remains the main problem in the governorate because we did not find her any solution because of the lack of funds allocated to it and not to allocate any additional sums her despite ongoing for all the relevant authorities of our requests," criticizing "the allocation of central government ten billion to the province of Karbala to visit the popular but any amount not allocated to the province of Babylon, despite that more than 60% of the visitors heading to Karbala them. "

The province of Babylon full amount of its budget for the years 2014 and 2014 had not received due to the financial circumstances experienced by Iraq in the province stop complaining about the majority of the money and the lack of municipal services, water, electricity, roads, bridges and other essential services.