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Human Rights In Kurdistan: The Price Of A Barrel Of Oil Has Reached 185 Thousand Dinars

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Human Rights In Kurdistan: The Price Of A Barrel Of Oil Has Reached 185 Thousand Dinars Empty Human Rights In Kurdistan: The Price Of A Barrel Of Oil Has Reached 185 Thousand Dinars

Post by rocky Wed 26 Jan 2022, 6:38 am

[size=38]Human Rights In Kurdistan: The Price Of A Barrel Of Oil Has Reached 185 Thousand Dinars
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The Information/Baghdad...
The Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission in the Kurdistan Region, Mona Yaqo, criticized, on Wednesday, the continued suffering of the poor and needy in the winter season, pointing out that this comes despite the continuous rise in oil prices.
In an official statement, Yaqo said, "The poor shivering in the cold in a country that has the second largest oil reserves in the world is surprising."
She added that "this suffering comes despite the apparent rise in oil prices," stressing that "the salary of people with special needs in Iraq is 150,000 dinars, at a time when the price of a barrel of oil reached 185,000 dinars." finished/25
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