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[size=52]Alia Nassif warns
against passing the draft refugee law in its current form (mined), which allows the naturalization of foreigners[/size][size=45]High Representative Naseef warned of the passage of the draft refugee law submitted by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers in its current form, indicating that there are paragraphs (mined) which allow the naturalization of foreign refugees and their equality with the Iraqis.
[size=45]"Article 14 of the draft law stipulates that the Minister may calculate the period of asylum spent by the refugee in the Republic of Iraq for more than 10 years as a continuous establishment for the purposes of naturalization with Iraqi nationality and the acceptance of his asylum is considered legitimate for Iraq," it said in a statement today.[/size]
[size=45]"With all our respect for all peoples and all refugees and taking into account all the humanitarian aspects that have led them to resort, we see that this article has dangerous future dimensions that will make Iraq a country crowded with foreign naturalists, such as the bad experiences of some Gulf states like Bahrain, Bahraini nationals stop Bahraini cars and force them to go down and impose penalties and fines on them. "[/size]
[size=45]"If we look at the laws of some neighboring countries, such as Turkey, for example, we find that anyone who lives on Turkish soil if he is registered as an asylum seeker, either at the United Nations Office for Refugees (UNHCR) or at the Turkish Immigration Service, Even if he stays in Turkey for 50 years, why should Iraq be allowed to foreigners? Noting that the Iraqi citizen is still suffering unemployment and lack of services and the deterioration of the health sector, does the Iraqi people now live in luxury and enjoy the wealth of his country to open wide doors to foreigners and contribute to the manufacture of the largest and most dangerous demographic change that causes the manufacture of hybrid people.[/size]
[size=45]"This law can not be passed in its current form, and the Iraqi street will say its word and reject this law, and we will not vote on it in the House of Representatives until it is amended and cut the way to any potential tampering with the Iraqi social fabric."[/size]
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