There has been much talk in community circles about a project to build 1,000 model schools in most regions of Iraq by Asian investment companies according to the contract concluded with the Iraqi government. Hopes to end the crisis of lack of schools in Iraq appeared on the horizon.
This issue has been followed up and paid attention by many parliamentary and societal parties to find out the truth of the matter, as it was finally clear, according to statements made by a member of the House of Representatives, Mr. Majid Shankali, that there are no Asian investment companies to build schools on the ground, and that their existence is limited to paper and the distribution of profits and commissions only, and he called to open an urgent investigation in this file. majid shingali
NIHR, which has paid great attention to following up the aforementioned project in a number of governorates, and participates in the call made by the representative to reduce complacency with those companies with fictitious investments.




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