Deputy: We will ask a parliamentary question to the Prime Minister on the government's measures to resolve the housing crisis
MP Yusri Ragab, a member of the Human Rights Committee, said that she will ask a question to the Prime Minister about the government's measures taken during the last six months of the government's life to resolve the housing crisis. She confirmed her intention to establish a parliamentary legal mechanism to ensure that all Iraqi families receive housing units The minimum of a decent life being a benefit guaranteed by the Iraqi Constitution.
In a statement after her visit with a senior parliamentary delegation headed by First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Hassan al-Kaabi to Karbala province, Rajab said that she would ask a question to the prime minister about the measures taken by the government since assuming responsibility during the past six months. Its adoption to resolve the housing crisis in the country as one of the most important challenges and the most important problems affecting the lives of Iraqi citizens.
And stressed that it will work with the Chairman of the Commission on Human Rights and the rest of the members of the Committee and the parliamentary committees concerned to develop a binding legal mechanism to ensure that each Iraqi family on a housing unit according to a schedule to be agreed with the government and local governments in the provinces and the region.
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