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This video says about itself:
Inside Iraq – Iraq’s lack of electricity
4 July 2010
During the past weeks riots have been breaking out all over Iraq over electricity cuts. Angry demonstrators clashed with security forces and demanded the resignation of the electricity minister. Why have successive governments failed to solve the electricity issue when Saddam Hussein succeeded in reviving electricity in a record time in 1991?
In 1991, warplanes of the United States government and its allies bombed Iraq; including power stations. Wikipedia writes, about civilian infrastructure after that bombing:
At the end of the war, electricity production was at four percent of its pre-war levels. Bombs destroyed the utility of all major dams, most major pumping stations, and many sewage treatment plants. Telecommunications equipment, port facilities, oil refineries and distribution, railroads and bridges were also destroyed.
Nevertheless, electricity returned pretty soon to Iraqis’ homes.
In 2003, as part…
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