\r\n
    Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, stressed Iraq’s need to find effective solutions to solve the electricity crisis, which has become an Iraqi suffering over the decades. 
\r\n
His Eminence declared, on Sunday December 12, 2015, in his meeting with Qassim Mohammed Fahdawi, in his office in Baghdad, the need to make plans and programs that would be appropriate to the financial situation of Iraq, which is passing through hardship due to the drop in oil prices, calling on the ministry’s employees to make greater efforts to resolve the crisis and improve all aspects of electrical energy represented by the production, transport and distribution, as well as adopting new ways to reduce power losses.
\r\n
    His Eminence noted that the electricity plays a key role in saving the country and regenerating it, highlighted the need to take advantage of the previous mistakes where billions were paid in vain and called on making appropriate plans to meet population growth and annual increasing needs.