On Wednesday night, Tunisians became fully aware of torrential rains that swept through homes and flooded houses. At least five people were killed by the Ministry of the Interior due to heavy rain and heavy casualties.
Rains washed away part of the Qantara of Wadi Al-Hawar in Mtmddhp Fernana of Kasserine after heavy rain, which fell in a scene somewhat funny, because the Qantara is still modern construction – for months – was unable to stand in front of the torrent to dig in part of it is sure to be built in a non-professional way.
Seoul also visited several major neighborhoods such as Fernana and Majel in Abbas, Kasserine, Madinah and several other cities and towns. The city was flooded with dead people who were washed away in a situation where the state found no solutions other than announcing the suspension of classes and meeting of the committee.
Nabeul was also hit by the burrow twice. After the other floods and major losses in the state, no improvements were made to the sites that were affected by the rains, so the same wound was damaged before it hit. The highest percentage of rainfall was between 72 and 195 mm. Nabeul Salwa El-Khayari A number of municipalities are still in a state of caution, but despite this warning, a forest guard from the Wadi Nawar Valley, 35 years old, has been recovered.
￼The state of Benarous where the crisis was rampant The area of Muhammadiyah night black with the crash of a number of cars and the entry of water to homes, causing major material losses, as well as the flood of the valley of Mellian Pradas, which is a threat and threat to all residents of the region and neighboring areas.
In spite of its central system, Tunisia witnessed dire scenes of water invading houses in the heart of the capital from the area of Lafayat to the Bardot area and neighborhoods, leading to complete paralysis and disruptions in the capital.
The state of Al-Kef also experienced the crisis in Sayol, in which two citizens were killed after they were found in the regions of Sidi Askar and the visitors in the Dahmani district of Al-Kaf province, which were washed with rainwater.
With renewed crises, Tunisian citizens are victims of the loss of families to their children after the water is flooded with areas, cities, neighborhoods and homes. The poor person dies in a torrent or falls under water on an unpaved road or opens a dam to drain him to a dead body that is later extracted or found after By accident or by accident, and others lose their livelihoods or their homes and their homes under a flood of water, so is the life of the Tunisian.
But is it not worth taking care of the infrastructure and working to improve it and build numbered roads in a peaceful and scientific way that preserves Tunisian dignity and his right to life? Is not it better to work on reducing the losses by example of development is sound and the disposal of water in a deliberate manner instead of opening the dams with rainfall to come to that on the green and land, and the torrent Selana?
At the end of this crisis, the government’s policy of dealing with crises seemed very dim, despite some individual interventions, both from the security forces and the civil protection force. But state policy remains confined to setting up disaster response committees or suspending lessons to relieve pressure in losses not primarily caused by the divine command, but because of an infrastructure that can not afford to withstand autumn rains primarily before the winter rain, which may be more severe and cruel
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