Political one: the pilgrimage: quotas officials in the State would be transferred to citizens

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Political one: the pilgrimage: quotas officials in the State would be transferred to citizens

Post by Kiny0625 on Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:59 am


Allocated six airports and implementing border to transport pilgrims
BAGHDAD - Al Sabah

the supreme body of the Hajj and Umrah convert a large number of shares
of State officials to the citizens after receiving a directive from the
Prime Minister in this regard. He said the director of media relations
at the star helped: The body

Currently studying the conversion
of a large number of officials quota of pilgrims after receiving a
directive from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on this matter, pointing
out that the authority will continue its contacts with officials in
Saudi Arabia to increase the number of Iraqi pilgrims this year. He
explained that the cost of the pilgrimage helped this year will be
three million and five hundred thousand dinars for air transport, and
two million Tmnmeh thousand dinars for land transport, pointing out
that this amount includes transportation, accommodation and food. He
attributed the rise in wages has helped the pilgrimage this year to
demolish the Saudi authorities for 20 thousand residential house near
Mecca's Holy Shrine is to raise the prices of hotel accommodation along
with high fuel prices, transport and food. He indicated that he will
transfer 20 thousand pilgrims airports across Baghdad, Basra, Mosul,
Arbil and Sulaymaniyah and directly to homes sacred, in addition to the
airport in Najaf situation update technical procedures, in addition to
the transfer of 10 thousand pilgrims by land across the executors of
Arar and Safwan. He pointed out that the outlet Safwan pilgrims will be
allocated for the provinces of Basra, Misan, Dhi Qar and Muthanna as
Arar outlet devoted to other provinces



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