Abadi adviser: Corruption has disrupted the plan “Siemens” to resolve the electricity crisis

Abadi adviser: Corruption has disrupted the plan “Siemens” to resolve the electricity crisis

August 02 2018 10:53 p

Abadi adviser - Corruption has disrupted the plan Siemens to resolve the electricity crisisAppearance of Mohammed Saleh economic adviser to the Prime Minister
Baghdad Post
The appearance of Mohammed Saleh, economic adviser to Prime Minister Haider Abadi, that the financial and administrative corruption rampant in the joints of the state has disrupted plans to improve the reality of electric power in Iraq.

Mohammed Saleh said in a press statement: “The administrative corruption and the complexity of investment law and bureaucracy behind the disruption of the plan of the German company Siemens to improve the reality of energy and resolve the electricity crisis in Iraq.”

He explained that “the imbalance in the administrative system and administrative obstruction hamper the investment companies in the field of electric power, especially as the Investment Authority is working on difficult conditions, including finding a piece of land for the investor.”

The company has revealed its plan submitted to the government on ending the power crisis, and posted on its official website that its representative handed the Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, at the Donor Conference for the reconstruction of Iraq plan of the company to end the electricity crisis, which stipulated the company’s commitment to produce 16 thousand megawatts in Three plans are distributed between the short, medium and long-term, eliminating the burning of gas in 2021.

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