Baghdad Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi called on all institutions in Salah Al-Din Governorate and the rest of Iraq to end the file of lagging projects and put them in front of the citizen to improve the reality of services.
After arriving at the Salah Al-Din Governorate building and meeting with the service departments in the governorate, Al-Kadhimi said: Our people in various Iraqi governorates have suffered a lot during the past decades because of the ongoing wars, terrorism and successive crises, and the liberated areas have suffered more than others, because of the devastation and destruction left by ISIS terrorist gangs, and for reasons others are working to address it.”
He added, “Service institutions must intensify their activities and facilitate their procedures so that the citizen feels tangible improvement and optimism grows among everyone. There are many obstacles that sometimes occur due to mismanagement and bureaucratic obstacles, and this is what we are determined to fix.
Al-Kadhimi stressed: We need “intensification, cooperation and integration in work, in order to overcome obstacles and be at the level of the great ambition of the Iraqi people and with the amount of confidence and what the Iraqis expect from us as a performance,” noting that there are many lagging projects in various regions of Iraq, we focused our efforts on completing and completing them, and I call from here, all the institutions in Salah Al-Din Governorate and the rest of Iraq have to finish the file of these projects and put them before the citizen to improve the reality of services.
He continued: Citizen service is an act of worship, and it is a duty that brings us closer by work to God and to the people, and a national honor.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency