[size=36]Parliamentary bloc calls on the government to implement the laws in force and compensate 4 categories[/size]
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The National Sindh parliamentary bloc on Saturday called on the government to implement the laws in force and to grant compensation for the slaughters of martyrs and political prisoners and wounded and covered by the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution because of the great damage caused by the former regime.
The bloc, in a press conference held by its members today: "We call on the basis of Article 132 of the Constitution the implementation of legislation in force, including the law of the Martyrs Foundation No. 2 of 2016 and Law 35 for 2013 and Law 16 of 2010 and Law 57 for the year 2015 and the Committee to implement Article 140 of the Constitution.
The bloc called on the prime minister to "intervene and resolve the demands of those covered by the laws in force and the justice of those affected by the former regime within a specific time frame.
"As for article 140 of the Constitutional Committee and Law 16 of 2010, they are also marginalized and oppressed and consider large segments of the people of the center and south who opposed the former regime and destroyed their role and burned their land, especially those involved in the uprising of the people of 1991 and the uprising of Basra on 17/3/1999 The areas of Basra and Dhi Qar and the market of Shiouh of the tribes of Joiper and Asajra and Beni Said and Jammal in Shatrah as well as the tribes of Alb Hassan in Muthanna and other provinces.
He said: "We call on the government to shoulder its responsibilities to resolve this issue and the justice of the victims of the former regime and we in the parliamentary bloc of the National Sindh have directed an official letter in this regard."