[size=36]Deputy attacking campaign to remove abuses: Remove the abuses of parties and influencers, not homes of the poor[/size]
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attacked MP in the parliament, Mansour al-Baiji, on Monday, the campaign to remove excesses, calling for the removal of excesses of parties and some influential rather than the homes of the poor.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, Al-Baiji said "the campaign to remove the abuses and indiscriminate targeting the homes of the poor who do not have one inch of the land of the homeland without a solution to them unjustly and the great Haifa signed by the government."
He pointed out that "the Iraqi citizen, while seeking good by the government through the allocation of plots of land and the provision of loans to build housing is surprised by a large campaign targeting the homes of the poor and without finding a solution for them, where they will go after this campaign, which targeted them under the title of slums."
"We are with the application of the law and the constitution and not to exceed the public and private properties, but after the removal of these houses inhabited by the poor, where will they go when they do not have the shelter of free or cold and we are coming to the winter?"
He added: "It was better those who carried out this campaign, which targeted the homes of the poor to go to remove the excesses of parties and some influential who control the land and real estate belonging to the state and are not far from their workplaces a few meters."
He continued: "Consequently, this campaign on the poor only and leave the transgressors on the land and real estate of the State parties and others is unacceptable and we as representatives of the Iraqi people will not accept it and we will have a position during the next sessions."