A committee intends to challenge the law to compensate those affected by military operations ... for this reason
The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee revealed the collection of parliamentary signatures to challenge the vote of the House of Representatives on the proposed law of the second amendment of the law to compensate those affected by war operations, military mistakes and terrorist operations, while considering the passage of the law "a factional and partisan discrimination."
Committee member Enas Al-Maksousy said in a press statement: "The second amendment of the law gives those affected financial compensation amounting to 30 million Iraqi dinars, which is a very large compensation for the existence of a financial deficit in the public budget."
Al-Maksousi added: "The law was passed with political nature and factional discrimination, and this matter is unfair, considering the deceased retirees are given monthly salaries of 315 thousand dinars, and they are an amount that does not clog the same family as one." The amendment law before the Federal Court. "
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