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    Iraq reassures Palestinians: your rights are reserved

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    Post by Rocky Mon 25 Dec 2017, 2:15 am

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    Iraq reassures Palestinians: your rights are reserved


     Baghdad / Range 

    The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers clarified yesterday, the confusion over the law on the residence of foreigners recently approved by Parliament and its relationship to the rights of Palestinian refugees in Iraq. She stressed that the law gave them many important and important rights. "The Foreign Residence Act No. 76 of 2017 regulates the residence of foreigners and does not address the question of asylum as soon as possible because the matter is being dealt with under the Refugee Law No. 51 of 1971," the statement said. A new refugee law that took into account the rights of Palestinian refugees when it kept the decisions and regulations governing their rights in force not contrary to the provisions of the law. " The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers that "
    The Secretariat pointed out that "the revocation of the decision of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council No. 202 of 2001, which treats the Palestinian treatment of Iraqi rights and duties except for the right to obtain citizenship under the Foreign Residence Law No. 76 of 2017, does not in any way prejudice the rights of the Palestinian resident in Iraq Organized by resolutions and regulations still in force. " The government statement referred to a number of advantages enjoyed by Palestinians, such as their right to employment, compulsory education, access to universities and colleges, exemption from entrance fees for students, the subject of sending them to study missions, and the right to study and other rights. 
    The General Secretariat warned "of trying to abuse and mix the papers and the use of media tools not to show the truth of the decisions issued," asserting that "the rights we have referred to in relation to our Palestinian brothers are stable and respectable."



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