Urgent council in Karbala: Abadi stressed peasants pay the dues for all seasons soon

History of edits:: 29.07.2016 12:43 

[Oan- Baghdad] 

head of the Karbala Provincial Council, Nassif rhetorical, Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi said confirmed through chaired yesterday ‘s meeting of the Supreme Commission for coordination between the provinces that he would pay all their dues during the period of very close and for all seasons and directing banks not to demand the fulfillment of its debts them about the advances until payment their dues. ”

The rhetorical in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, who attended the meeting , “he was discussing the subject of electric power between Iraqi provinces distributed during the meeting in Baghdad , where he offered the sufferings of the province and its share is fair of electrical energy has been a through a population numbering as well as number of displaced in the embrace of visits by millions throughout the year. ” 

the meeting also discussed the ” need to link the conservative secondary stations and the subject of maintenance workers were installing the sufferings of the province of electrical energy and also gave Abadi green light to the provinces to bring companies to work in the field of electricity through investment. ” 

it was House of Representatives gave the government 10 days to pay the dues of farmers peasants. 

the head of the Council Salim al – Jubouri , in yesterday ‘s meeting, said that “dues peasants and farmers are for the years 2014 to 2015 -2016.” the 

Council of Ministers face at its meeting last Tuesday , the Ministry of Finance in coordination with the central bank at a discount speed Treasury Muslim peasants dues in cash bonds.


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