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A deputy accused the government of "neglecting" the victims' families

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A deputy accused the government of "neglecting" the victims' families Empty A deputy accused the government of "neglecting" the victims' families

Post by rocky Thu 04 Jan 2018, 1:56 am

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A deputy accused the government of "neglecting" the victims' families


Baghdad / Star Ghazi 

The Committee of Martyrs and Political Prisoners in Parliament accused the government of not paying attention to the families of the martyrs of the popular crowd and marginalizing their compensatory rights. She pointed out that most of these families suffer from poverty and are still deprived of adequate housing as most of them live in shantytowns. Through the 2018 budget. 
"The Committee of Parliamentary Martyrs calls on the Martyrs Foundation to raise the draft financial values ​​that it needs in the budget of 2018 to be discussed and ratified in the House of Representatives." 
Al-Kartani said that "the institution of martyrs has completed transactions and legal after the introduction of the law of martyrs of popular mobilization and victims of terrorism within the law of the institution," pointing out that "these transactions need financial allocations to spend on salaries and compensation of martyrs." 
Al-Kartani explained that "Abadi did not care about the families of the martyrs of the popular crowd, especially," asserting that "most of the families of the martyrs of the crowd live in houses of tin and block and is supposed to support that segment during the budget of 2018." 
For its part, said the head of the Martyrs Foundation successful Abdul Amir al-Shammari for "range", that "
Shammari explained that "the institution is supposed to pay more attention, but the government has reduced its financial allocations and the institution's law has been changed and added to formations at the level of martyrs of the popular crowd and martyrs of victims of terrorism." 
She pointed out that "in the budget of 2016 has been reduced financial allocations from 75 billion dinars to 57 billion in the budget of 2017, noting that these financial allocations are not sufficient to the families of the martyrs of Iraq covered by the law of the institution." 
For his part, the deputy governor of Baghdad, Jassim al-Bukhaati, told "Al-Mada" that "the province of Baghdad gave priority to the distribution of land plots to the people of the martyrs of the popular crowd," adding that "the province will distribute the land to the martyrs of the popular crowd after completing the legal procedures for the land." 
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