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Abadi: Iraq has passed a difficult stage and a serious existential and economic challenge

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that Iraq has passed a difficult stage and a serious existential and economic challenge, and emerged victorious and unified.

A statement of his office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of today, Abadi said in a meeting with the managers of municipal districts and units in the city of Baghdad, “Iraq has passed a difficult stage and a serious existential and economic challenge, and we emerged victorious and united, and we must work now to harness all the potentials And the national capacities to provide services to citizens after the great victory achieved with the most sacrifices and the least potential.

Al-Abbadi called on the directors of municipal districts and units in the city of Baghdad to “follow the field for every small and large and be true to promises in providing services and not to give false promises can not be met, and away from partisan loyalties or accelerate the work of electoral motives at the expense of quality,” stressing “The need to make the most of the available resources, and called for sovereignty to provide appropriate services in return for collection and that the tax is not to take amounts without services with the need to stop waste.”

Abadi said: “When we take into consideration the humanitarian situation of citizens, we must distinguish between the big thieves who seized the state land and the poor citizens in need of housing, and any law legislated by the parliament and benefiting from it, the senior thieves will appeal to it, as well as the amnesty law which includes kidnappers and criminals, Senior thieves and the money they seized.”

Abadi listened to “a detailed explanation of the reality of services provided by the Governor of Baghdad and Amina Baghdad and the managers of the areas and municipal units, and was developed solutions in the field of services and water networks, sewage and tiling and other basic services in the outskirts of Baghdad.”

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