The Council of Ministers ordered on Tuesday the implementation of sewage projects that cause great problems for citizens in a number of areas of the outskirts of the capital Baghdad.
The Prime Minister’s Office said in a press statement, followed by the Iraqi Economic Center, that “the Council of Ministers held its regular session on Tuesday, headed by Prime Minister Haider Abadi,” explaining that “was during the meeting review the current water situation and water revenues this year after the completion of the winter plan , With irrigated areas reached 406 million dunums compared to the plan 4 million, and discuss the procedures for securing drinking water and agriculture for the upcoming summer season.
The office added that “the committee formed in Baghdad and the provinces competent to follow up the requests of citizens raised their recommendations, and was approved by the Prime Minister, and the implementation of sewage projects that cause great problems for citizens, especially in the areas of Fadhilah and Nahrawan and seven wells and Husseiniya and Diyala bridge and factories and other areas.
“The Council decided that the Ministries of Health, Finance and Higher Education, in coordination with the Economic Reform Unit of the Prime Minister’s Office, will review the numbers of those covered by the central distribution of medical and health personnel.”
It is noteworthy that the Council of Ministers held on Tuesday every week a session to discuss the draft laws and developments at various levels of political, economic and social.