Urgent policy .. Office announces the results of the meeting Abadi delegation to the referendum of Kurdistan


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Shafaq News / The Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider Abadi said on Tuesday that the latter met the Kurdistan political delegation, which was presented to Baghdad.
The press office said in a statement that the meeting “witnessed the appreciation of the joint efforts between the federal government and the region in the battle to liberate Mosul and the importance of completing the liberation of all Iraqi territory from the gangs of terrorist.”
The statement added that “the meeting witnessed a frank and in-depth dialogue on the need to activate mechanisms to resolve the outstanding problems and a positive atmosphere.”
The statement added that “it was agreed to continue constructive and serious dialogue to achieve the common interests of the Iraqi people and remove the accumulated historical concerns and concerns in order to preserve the unity of Iraq.”
The delegation was assigned to negotiate with Baghdad by the Supreme Committee for the referendum in the Kurdistan Region arrived in the evening to the Iraqi capital.
The meeting of the Supreme Council for Referendum in the Kurdistan Region ended with Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi in Baghdad.
The delegation, which arrived in Baghdad on Monday, a member of the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Rose Nuri Shaways President, and members of the President of the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region Fouad Hussein, a spokesman for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Saadi Ahmed Bireh and a member of the leadership of the Islamic Union of Kurdistan Mohammed Ahmed and the deputies in the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region of Turkmenistan Majed Othman And Christian Romeo Hakkari and Yezidi MP in the Iraqi parliament Vian Dakhil.
The delegation discussed with Abadi the subject of holding the referendum without giving any details.
It is scheduled to include the program of the Kurdish delegation visit senior Shiite clerics, including the Supreme Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani, and is scheduled to participate in the delegation of the Iraqi Council of Representatives scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, and meet representatives of foreign missions.

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US magazine: Iraqi officials have become brokers of deals and sold the army’s weapons to the Dahesh

 

 

US magazine: Iraqi officials have become brokers of deals and sold the army's weapons to the Dahesh

 Translation / Ahmed Zubaidi

Years ago, a group of the then prime minister’s closest aides traveled to Amman, Jordan, and rented several suites in one of the city’s most luxurious hotels. The purpose of their visit was to meet with foreign businessmen who sought a lucrative contract for an energy project that would have helped rebuild Iraq’s shattered infrastructure.
Baghdad, like many of Iraq’s cities, remained in chaos and was therefore a very dangerous place for visitors. The capital Amman was a better place than the Iraqi capital, a prerequisite for meetings, and businessmen came to bribe owners and other senior government officials for the contract.
He chaired the meetings (KR), one of the Prime Minister’s advisers. According to one of the businessmen who attended the meetings in Amman, KR’s terms were simple: Those who get the contract will hand over 45 percent of the deal – plus a huge advance payment – to an Iraqi company controlled by officials close to the prime minister. The Iraqi company will, in turn, use the money to pay cash to top politicians – most of them Shiites, but also a few Kurdish officials who need to be approved before building an energy project on their land.
“The Shiites who ran the company knew nothing about the project – they were just people who were eager to be rich, they had nothing to do with technical issues and they did not have the technical expertise: KR was distributing money only. To any profits before five or six years, but politicians were required to be paid in advance. ”
None of the businessmen involved in the meeting was surprised by the extent to which corruption had come. Foreign firms bidding to help rebuild Iraq have often been ordered to make Iraqi officials partners – and sometimes subcontractors – to reach an agreement. US taxpayers sent to arm Iraqi soldiers in the battle against al Qaeda have often faded into Swiss bank accounts. The weapons never arrived, or worse, they eventually become in the hands of America’s enemies. Illegal graft and fraud were widespread and, in fact, helped pave the way for a completely new threat.
The company that won the energy contract in Oman was unable to complete the project, because the land in which it was located was rapidly bypassed by a hasty organization.
The devastating devastation in Iraq remains a constant source of debate. How can the United States spend an estimated $ 1 million? US $ 7 trillion tax, deployed more than 115,000 troops to overthrow Saddam Hussein and rebuild the country, would end up being a failed state that led to the emergence of a new brutal terrorist organization? Was this a failure of military strategy or political will? Did we end the war very soon, or did we have to wait a long time to get out of Iraq? Did not we spend a lot of money on rebuilding the country’s infrastructure, or did our assistance go to the wrong places?
The answer may be much simpler and ultimately more humiliating: the men we put in power in Iraq stole us in our oblivion. If the American money was used properly, and did not eventually make its way into the pockets of our allies, What would not exist.
“The prime minister and his men knew the right to know,” says the businessman who made a presentation of the energy deal. You did not always know who was responsible, but the prime minister and government officials always got percentages of each deal. They had developed an advanced system that made it appear that the agreements were in the context of legitimate contracts and tenders, but all of that was an illegal gain.
Where much of the American money has disappeared. ” It is hard to overestimate the devastating role of corruption in the failure of Iraq and the rise of an advocacy organization According to a report by the Integrity Committee of the Iraqi parliament, the Ministry of Defense spent $ 150 billion on weapons over the past decade, Got only $ 20 billion worth of weapons, many of the equipment he acquired was useless, and the 1970s-era equipment from former Soviet bloc countries whose bills were freed four times their actual value.
By late 2015, informed sources said the Pentagon had handed over a shipment of new weapons to the Iraqi government, including 50mm sniper rifles. It was supposed to be sent to fighters in Anbar province. Instead, corrupt officials in Iraq’s interior and defense ministries sold the weapons to a Dahesh organization that used them to kill Kurdish Peshmerga fighters. “The Kurds still use the equipment we gave them in 2003,” says a former CIA official who spent a lot of time in Iraq.
“They are forced to buy the ammunition and weapons that the US government gives to Baghdad from corrupt Iraqi government officials.” Weapons are not the sole target of corruption. When it comes to the huge amounts of money flowing into Iraq for reconstruction and economic development, officials at every level of government have been more focused on filling their pockets rather than rebuilding their devastated country. Foreign companies seeking business in Iraq often use well-connected intermediaries and bribe senior officials for decades.
In one recent case, many US energy giants, including Whitford and FMC Technologies, shared their profits with the Monaco-based energy sector. Earlier in 2012, Unwail transferred millions of dollars to senior Iraqi officials who awarded contracts to Ona Oil customers, often overpriced, because the government agreed to buy products and services at very high prices. Funds that were supposed to be earmarked for reconstruction were seized by corrupt officials and private companies.
The internal emails show that Una Oil paid its biggest bribe to Iraqi officials named M and Mualem, two senior officials of the then government. Among the other recipients of the well-known bribes of Una Oil (ZG) As the lighthouse in the internal emails, a consultant and oil official.
“Technocrats in key ministries have been replaced by political people working for their parties,” said Eric Gustafson, director of the Center for Education for Peace in Iraq. “There is no competition for government contracts because they go to powerful parties.” The looting of US aid has helped the political class in Iraq to enjoy luxury lifestyles.
A form of corruption, which is relatively recent, is the signing of major contracts with fictitious companies. In 2013, the government signed a $ 6 billion deal with a Swiss firm called Satarim to build and operate a refinery that can process 150,000 barrels of oil per day. But it turned out that Satarim was unable to meet the contract, and was registered in a law firm in the small town of Zug, and the owners of unknown, and the capital available only 450 thousand dollars. When the fraud occurred, the government suspended the contract and launched an investigation. Shortly after, the government quietly reaffirmed the agreement, which included the refinery’s concession to Satmarim for 50 years.
“The refinery will never be built,” said Ahmad Musa Jayyad, a former senior official at the Iraqi National Oil Company, who served as an adviser to the Integrity Commission, the independent agency set up by US officials in 2004. It is an unknown company and does not have the necessary financial resources or logistical expertise.
It is clear that the contract was awarded to Satarim because it established relations with corrupt officials. ” Such corruption is not only illegal, it is a major obstacle to the creation of a stable Iraq, and for many practical purposes Iraq is no longer a unified country. or move to three states united: Shiite regime controls everything from Baghdad to Basra; a Kurdish government in the north; and a Sunni state stationed in Anbar province , Palestine competed in misery.
With the growing organization Daesh to the most dangerous terrorist organization in the world, the Iraqi government pays The price of huge transactions in the provinces with the transfer of money from Baghdad, Free for political parties under Iraqi law to accept unlimited funding from foreign countries.
He says Gustafsson: “There is a great focus on achieving gains against Daesh, which is understandable. But before al-Qaeda was organized, there was al-Qaeda in Iraq. If a starter is eliminated, another group will replace it.
As long as you have corruption and misery on this scale, you will have an environment where terrorism can flourish. “The looting of US aid and contracts has enabled Iraq’s elite to enjoy luxury lifestyles, and neighborhoods such as New York neighborhoods have been protected by armed guards across the country, aristocrats roving the streets Paved with their luxury foreign-made cars and dining in restaurants that compete with those in Western capitals, and corrupt officials and businessmen have transferred huge sums to Jordan, Dubai, Singapore and London. ”
According to the Integrity Commission, The government recently owned a coffin in Lebanon and another $ 14 billion was illegally sent to the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran, the United States and various European countries.
Adil Nouri, a member of parliament and the parliamentary Integrity Committee, said 10 former ministers, including defense, oil, interior, transport and trade officials, had committed widespread fraud.
“We have ministers demanding compensation for 900 million dollars,” Nuri said. “Some counterfeit contracts for some ministries worth about $ 1.5 billion.”
Corruption in Iraq transcends sectarian and ethnic boundaries, even though the Shiite majority has reaped the lion’s share of dirty money. The infrastructure of graft has been developed by strengthening the Prime Minister’s control over the Ministries of Defense, Interior and Intelligence, as well as the Electoral Commission, but corruption also extends to the Kurdish north. One of the Kurdish leaders lived in a modest home outside the country before the US invasion in 2003 , Owns a large property in the province of Kurdistan, one of the Sunni leaders divide his time between Baghdad and Amman, where he bought, according to an informed source, huge property of government funds.
“The government is like a cake, every official gets a piece of it,” said Hamid al-Ka’ud, a businessman from Anbar province and a Sunni tribal elder from the area.
What is most shocking about widespread corruption is the way the Iraqi government has dealt brutally with those in integrity institutions who fight fraud and graft, and how the Obama administration has ignored public reprisals.
Nazem Naeem, an employee of the Iraqi Ministry of Commerce, was killed in a car bomb while preparing to hand over documents to the Integrity Commission revealing corruption in the ministry. (Trade Minister Malas Abdul Karim was investigated in connection with the murder, but was soon released.)
Indeed, the Integrity Commission itself has been intimidated since its establishment. Judge Radhi Hamza al-Radi, the first president of the body, received death threats after Maliki’s government pressed him to ease his pursuit of corrupt officials. Rady resigned and fled to the United States, where he was granted asylum in 2008. The
conventional wisdom is that George W. Bush is responsible for the disaster in Iraq, and that Barack Obama has done his best to manage the disaster he inherited. But Bush’s term as commander-in-chief ended five years after the invasion. Obama ran this battle after him and Maliki spent six of his eight years as prime minister under the Obama administration. His successor, current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, has taken several measures for reform, but has been unable to hold thousands of corrupt officials accountable in government ministries. Indeed, corruption is now firmly established in Iraq, and it will be almost impossible to eliminate it.
A year before Obama’s election, the chief investigator of the Integrity Commission fled to the United States. Like his president Radi Radi, Salam received death threats and killed more than 30 of his co-workers. “Corruption and financial waste are rampant in all corners of the Iraqi government, especially in the Defense Ministry,” he said. “Favoritism, partisan nepotism and lack of financial controls have led to widespread fraud and theft, and billions of US dollars.”
In one of the hundreds of frauds, Salam discovered a fictional company called Al Ain Current, which was controlled by a relative of the defense minister, who was enriched by bribes from US companies that got contracts from the Iraqi government. Among its clients was Generale, based in South Bend, Indiana, which allegedly transferred millions of dollars to the company as part of a contract to supply the Iraqi army with Humvees.
According to the Integrity Commission investigator, AMG provided invoices totaling $ 18.4 million to the Iraqi government for work that did not perform and provided less than 170 of the 520 Hummi vehicles provided for in the contract.
Where did all the money go? According to the investigator, the owner of the company was “a well-known supporter of al-Qaeda” who transferred some funds to Al-Qaeda’s bank accounts in Amman.
The investigator of integrity: ” I am convinced – without a doubt – that American soldiers have died because of this corruption.
Iraq has never received those armored vehicles and al-Qaeda has better weapons than the Iraqi army because of this corruption. ” The company’s owner was never sued and Am-General still denies the charges, and Hillary Clinton, who was seeking to win the election tour at its facilities and praised the institution.
With no sign of reform comes from Washington, the Iraqis went out in demonstrations to the streets in Baghdad.
in the same month , Hillary Clinton has a tour of the MA General company, broke into hundreds of Iraqi green Zone and stormed the parliament building. He called on Muqtada al – Sadr , The Shiite cleric and the opponent of Umm Rca, to the demonstrations in order to do ” the great popular uprising and the great revolution to stop corrupt officials in their place .”
The demonstrations continued throughout the summer. In another protest against corruption and its calamities, Iraqis marched in angry protests after a militant group blew up a car that killed more than 200 people in the Karrada district in July last year.
The attackers stormed a security checkpoint but the guards checked the vehicle with incompetent devices. The devices did not have batteries or electronic components – only a radio antenna. The US and Iraqi governments have long known that these devices are useless.
Iraq’s Defense Ministry has spent at least $ 85 million to buy it from a British man named James McCormick, who is serving a 10-year sentence for fraud.
* About: New Republic The devices did not have batteries or electronic components – only a radio antenna.The US and Iraqi governments have long known that these devices are useless. Iraq’s Defense Ministry has spent at least $ 85 million to buy it from a British man named James McCormick, who is serving a 10-year sentence for fraud. * About: New Republic The devices did not have batteries or electronic components – only a radio antenna. The US and Iraqi governments have long known that these devices are useless. Iraq’s Defense Ministry has spent at least $ 85 million to buy it from a British man named James McCormick, who is serving a 10-year sentence for fraud. * About: New Republic

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Speaker of the Arab Parliament addresses Iraqi MPs before questioning the Minister of Commerce

 

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The House of Representatives will resume its regular session on Tuesday, hosting the Speaker of the Arab Parliament Mishal Bin Fahm Al-Salami and his delegation, which is scheduled to be held tomorrow at 11 am, indicating that the vote on the draft provincial and district elections law will be completed.

“The meeting tomorrow will include the speech of the President of the Arab Parliament and the hosting of representatives of the Iraqi Youth Parliament from different sects of the Iraqi society and its components to congratulate them on the occasion of World Youth Day and complete the vote on the draft provincial and district elections law,” the council said in a statement received by Mawazin News. (Legal Committee, Committee of Regions and Governorates in a Region) (remaining 7 Article).

He added that “the session also includes a vote on the draft amendment to the Third Law of Governorates that are not organized in the region No. (21) for the year 2008. (Legal Committee, the Committee of Regions and governorates not organized in the province) (12 articles), and vote on the proposed law of the second amendment to the law (Article 6), and the vote on the proposed amendment to the Law of Ownership No. 25 of 1960 (amended by the Committee on Higher Education and Scientific Research).

“The table also includes the consideration of the appeals filed on the validity of the membership of some MPs, the questioning of the Minister of Trade and the Agency (MP Alia Nassif), and the first reading of the proposed amendment to the Anti-Terrorism Law No. 13 of 2005. (Legal Committee). (Article 2), and the first reading of the proposed law of Babel, the cultural capital of Iraq (the Committee on Culture and Information, the Legal Committee, the Committee on Tourism and Antiquities).

(12 articles), the first reading of the proposed law of the fund to support youth graduates (Committee on Youth and Sports) (23 articles), and the report and discussion of the proposed law to commemorate the sacrifices of martyrs (11 articles), report and discussion of the draft law on the ratification of the headquarters agreement between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the International Committee of the Red Cross (Committee on Foreign Relations). And the report and discussion of the draft law (The Legal Committee, the Committee on Agriculture, Water and Marshlands, the Finance Committee, the Committee of Expatriates and Displaced Persons) (4 articles), and the report and discussion of the draft law of the Council of the Union (Legal Committee, the Committee of Regions and Governorates not organized in the region) . (24 articles), and a general theme for discussion on the return of displaced persons to their areas. (Committee of Expatriates and Displaced Persons), and a general topic for discussion regarding the formation of a special committee for article 125 of the Constitution. (MP Imad Jukhna) and the quarterly activity report of the Committee on Agriculture, Water and Marshlands. ”

is over

 

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Urgent policy .. After two hours of talks .. The end of meeting Abadi and the delegation of Kurdistan

Urgent .. After two hours of talks .. The meeting of Abadi and the delegation of Kurdistan
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[Asharq Al-Awsat] The meeting of the Supreme Council for Referendum in the Kurdistan Region ended with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad.
The delegation, which arrived in Baghdad on Monday, a member of the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Rose Nuri Shaways President, and members of the President of the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region Fouad Hussein, spokesman for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Saadi Ahmed Bireh and a member of the leadership of the Kurdistan Islamic Union Mohammed Ahmed and the deputies in the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region of Turkmenistan Majed Othman And Christian Romeo Hakkari and Yezidi MP in the Iraqi parliament Vian Dakhil.
The delegation discussed with Abadi the subject of holding the referendum without giving any details.
It is scheduled to include the program of the Kurdish delegation visit senior Shiite clerics, including the Supreme Shiite cleric Ali al-Sistani, and is scheduled to participate in the delegation of the Iraqi Council of Representatives scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, and meet representatives of foreign missions.

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The meeting of the delegation of the Kurdistan region with Abadi ends

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The meeting of the delegation of the Supreme Council for the referendum of the Kurdistan region ended with the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

The delegation of Kurdistan, arrived in the Iraqi capital Baghdad earlier Monday.

The delegation of the referendum council held two days ago a meeting with Massoud Barzani and broke Rasul, to discuss the agenda of his visit to Baghdad.

Majid Bazargan member of the delegation said earlier in the day to “Khandan” that the delegation of the Kurdistan region, will discuss with officials in Baghdad and political parties, the question of the referendum and differences between Baghdad and the region.

Bazargan said that the visit of the delegation to Baghdad, five days, during which a series of meetings with government and political parties.

The delegation includes Roj Nuri Shaways, Fouad Hussein, Majid Bazargan, Vian Dakhil, Romeo Hakkari and Mohamed Ahmed.

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The Arab Parliament supports the stability of Iraq

 

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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi discussed with the Speaker of the Arab Parliament Meshaal Bin Fahm Al-Salami the situation in the region and the importance of uniting efforts to combat terrorism and his deviant ideas, in addition to enhancing relations between the Arab countries.

Al-Salami said in a statement to the office of Abadi, “the victories achieved on the organization of a supporter of the terrorist and the liberation of Mosul, indicating that the Iraqis began with a distinctive approach will be created history and we are with them.

Al-Salami stressed the support of the Arab parliament for Iraq in its fight against terrorism and the stability of its regions.

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Urgent .. Begin talks Abadi and the Kurdish delegation on the independence of Kurdistan

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A delegation representing the Supreme Council for Referendum in the Kurdistan Region met with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad. 

The referendum is scheduled for September 25. 

The delegation is holding crucial talks, including the three presidencies of the republic, the government and the parliament, as well as ambassadors of countries and foreign diplomatic bodies to explain the Kurds’ view on the referendum. 

The delegation includes a member of the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Rose Nuri Shaways President, members of the President of the Office of the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region Fouad Hussein, spokesman for the National Union of Kurdistan, Saadi Ahmed Bireh and member of the leadership of the Islamic Union of Kurdistan Mohammed Ahmed and the deputies in the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region of Turkmenistan Majed Osman and Christian Romeo Hakkari and Yazidi MP The Iraqi parliament is an outsider.

The National Alliance “settles a decision” in conjunction with the arrival of the Kurdish delegation .. And talk about Barzani violations

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The MP for the National Alliance, Zaher Abadi, on Monday, an agreement for the leadership of the coalition on the delegation of the Kurdish negotiating and file referendum, while accusing the President of the region Massoud Barzani violation of the Constitution.

Abadi told (Baghdad today), “The National Alliance, in its meeting, on Sunday, agreed not to discuss the subject of the referendum with the Kurdistan Kurdish negotiating delegation,” noting that “coalition convictions of the referendum can not be changed.”

Abadi added that “the Kurds are required to respect the Constitution and the wishes of political forces, on the rejection of the referendum,” calling for “not to go into issues behind a political agenda.”

The deputy said that “the constitutional violations that the Kurds talk about, no fact,” pointing out that “the President of the Kurdistan region, violated Article 111 and 112 of the Iraqi Constitution, which emphasize that oil belongs to the people, while Barzani worked to sell oil wealth without reference to Baghdad”.

Abadi stressed that “dialogue is the solution to outstanding problems, not insistence on holding a referendum in order to pressure the government and raise the ceiling of the demands of the Kurds in the federal budget of the country.”

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Work: Launch of the fourth installment of social benefits before Eid al-Adha

 

Editorial Date: 2017/8/14 19:17 • 19 times read
[Ayna-Baghdad]
Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Mohammad Shiaa al-Sudani announced on Monday during his visit to Wasit province the launch of the fourth installment of social protection network benefits before Eid al-Adha.
“The ministry has succeeded in transferring the powers of the directorates to local governments in the presence of members of the House of Representatives, the First Deputy Governor and a number of members of the provincial council,” the statement said. In order to provide the best services for the segments covered by the Labor and Social Affairs Act, as well as Law 11 of 2014, which is one of the most important achievements of the Ministry to eliminate the problem of poverty, which is a major challenge to the government.
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After the implementation of the law on the transfer of powers to the provinces, the ministry is keen on the success of this trend and show assistance and cooperation with local governments for the completion of this, noting that there have been efforts in the past periods by the Social Protection Authority and the support of the Parliamentary Action Committee to resolve part of the problem of poverty and contribute to the completion of the project granting conditional subsidies , which it is hoped to be implemented later this year. ” the Sudanese on the completion of care of people with body disabilities and special needs of the law, as it included [959] civilian and military in Wasit spent their monthly salaries, and we expect to increase the financial allocations to the Ministry of Z N the next financial budget in order to be included [676] thousand citizens in all governorates of social protection law “.
Al-Sudani pointed out that the media campaign launched by some on the social security law of the private sector is a false campaign that does not know the positive aspects of the law. The law aims at activating the private sector by reducing the financial disparities between the government and private employees. from the private sector. ” in
turn praised the governor of Wasit on this visit , which contribute to the identification of the most important Wasit sons requirements and carried out by the ministry through its departments to work on improving the situation of people of the province affairs, returned them a good step is serious to find out the work Wazzar circles And get acquainted with their humanitarian services to several segments of society, and as a gesture promote the improvement of services, subsidies and contributions by the departments concerned with the lives of many needy and disadvantaged segments.

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