BAGHDAD, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that the government is with the real demands of the demonstrators and that we formed a crisis cell to meet them, and we have made many decisions on them.
The media office of the Prime Minister said that Al-Abadi met with elders and dignitaries of the province of Dhi Qar and the local government to listen to the demands of the province in the presence of members of the crisis service and security, where he welcomed the delegation and thanked the people of Dhi Qar for peaceful demonstrations, a sign of high care and responsibility, noting that the government is keen to resolve its problems and that the task of the crisis cell will be to lift and overcome obstacles to provide services and jobs. "
"We have immediate short-term projects to improve electricity, water, health, education and municipalities. There are also medium-term projects that need to be contracted and there are long-term and strategic projects," Al-Abadi said.
Abadi said that the government listened to the demands of our people and our sons and clans in Dhi Qar and respond to them and if there is a mistake we retract.
He added that we will listen to every voice that wants to provide services and wants the interest of the country and therefore we have to cooperate together and there are four basic joints we work on water, electricity, health and schools as well as economic aspects.
Al-Abadi listened to the demands of the province and directed the launch of appointments to the movement of degrees of owners in the province of Dhi Qar and asked the Ministry of Finance to provide financial cover in various sectors and installed in the Ministry of Finance in addition to pay the share of the province of petrodollar.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency