Planning delivers good news for contractors..
The Ministry of Planning announced, on Monday, new facilities for contractors and the inclusion of their dues in the 2022 budget, while indicating the completion of the contractor classification system project.
Ministry spokesman Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi told the official news agency: “The Hawally Ring Road project is one of the most important projects in Baghdad. The designs, maps and studies of the project were included in last year’s budget for the Directorate of Roads and Bridges in the Ministry of Construction and Housing, and we hope to include the project in the 2022 budget. “.
He added, “The Hawally Road project is 96 km long, and it surrounds Baghdad from all its sides and adds a very important development value in terms of relieving traffic jams within the capital, and achieving development within the cities it passes through, which are areas in need of these projects.”
He pointed out that “the investment budget for the past year and for the first time recorded a completion rate of 95%, and this was not achieved in all previous years, and this is the result of great government efforts led by the Ministry of Planning, by providing facilities and support to ministries and governorates to complete projects, so the implementation rate has clearly increased “.
Iraq is on the verge of a “hungry revolution”
The Director of the Iraqi Center for Strategic Studies, Dr. Ghazi Faisal Hussein, that Iraq will witness a “hungry revolution” in light of the successive crises that the country is witnessing.
In an interview with Kurdistan 24, the director of the Iraqi Center spoke about the political crisis in the country, in addition to poverty, rampant unemployment, the high number of widows, the spread of illiteracy, and other crises.
Hussein said that the current stalemate in Iraq resulted from external and internal factors, pointing out that some forces in the coordinating framework have links with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.
He added that those forces had disrupted the political process and constitutional procedures, indicating that they had monopolized the legislative and executive authorities since 2003, and had taken over all of the state in a way that did not represent the essence of democracy, which required a serious settlement to move towards forming a government.
And he indicated that Iranian interference in Iraq has been “very clear” since the fall of the previous regime, as Tehran has now imposed its dominance over gas exports, and built dams on 12 rivers heading to Iraq, in addition to its control over Iraqi food security and its control over the country’s resources.
The director of the Iraqi Center for Strategic Studies pointed to the need to intensify efforts and continue the political dialogue between Erbil and Baghdad, provided that this is under the roof of the constitution.
He said that the Kurdish parties worked to revive the Kurdistan Region in all fields, stressing that the Kurds are an important factor in establishing security and stability in Iraq.
He continued, “The outstanding problems between Erbil and Baghdad must be resolved through negotiations on the basis of the constitution, because the Kurdistan Region is a pivotal and strategic player and is constantly progressing compared to the rest of Iraq.”
The director of the Iraqi Center for Strategic Studies also said that the living situation of Iraqis is constantly deteriorating, especially with four million people living in slums, 12 million illiterate, 6 million homeless, 10 million below the poverty line, and 25 million unemployed.
He stressed the importance of changing the ruling elite and making room for those who believe in reform and the implementation of the constitution, and added, “This will not happen with the survival of some Islamic parties that do not believe in the logic of a civil state.”
And d. Ghazi Faisal Hussein sheds light on the spread of weapons and the repeated bombing of Erbil and Baghdad, and he also mentioned the bombing of the presidential palace and the prime minister’s home in the Iraqi capital.
The director of the Iraqi Center for Strategic Studies suggested the possibility of a “hungry revolution” in Iraq with poverty, hunger, unemployment, disease outbreaks, drugs and money laundering.
He went on to say, “Without radical change and reform, Iraq is on the cusp of a hungry revolution.” link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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