There is clear shortage for the basic services in the Iraqi cities despite spending large sums of money.



Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) -MP Ra’ad al-Dahlaki of the Iraqiya Slate stressed that there is clear shortage for the basic services in the Iraqi cities despite spending large sums of money, noting that this is obvious through sinking most of the streets in Baghdad and other provinces due to rains.

Dahlaki stated to IraqiNews.com that “We have called more than once to form institutions government to address the foot-dragging in the state and ministerial institutions.”

“The thing that we need is to run the important positions by permanent officials not acting ones,” he added.

It is worth mentioning that most of Baghdad’s streets have drowned when it rained for one day that led to block the majority of the roads and caused traffic bottlenecks.


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