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in the Iraqi city of Mosel locals complain there's still no plan on how to deal with this , and say corruption isn't helping either when it comes to rebuilding the city destroyed in the battle to recapture it from Islamic state on some days homeless boys who hunt the scrapping the remains what quicker than the lower deck %HESITATION perched in the ruins two years since the face fighting destroys and rescued the city the authorities don't own enough equipment to clear the rubble hundreds of Mosel council vehicles were destroyed by fighting %HESITATION used by I. S. is suicide bombs that few have been replaced lawmakers in local say companies hired by the governor on lucrative contracts to make up the shortfall work deliberately slowly well sometimes don't exist which is a rack bureau chief John Davison spoke to them in this environment people's patience is running out they don't trust the central government in Baghdad who they say is not giving enough money and is simply not interested in rebuilding city and they certainly don't trust the governor who they accused of being corrupt and being also disinterested this is what the governor of the province had to say when voices puts it to him that people were complaining progress was slow , what do we say what's the hurry they're still rebuilding Germany after World War two it's been a year here and the level of destruction is being unprecedented in history , the governor dismissed the allegations of mismanagement Sunday the spending corruption on the collective Sunni Muslim communities by the Shiite dominated government helps the militants takeover this city residents now worried that the longer it takes to fix Mosel the easier it will be for other groups to re emerge and recruit the next generation