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    Parliamentary committee: Rehabilitating Sinjar will cost $10 billion

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    [size=52]Parliamentary committee: Rehabilitating Sinjar will cost $10 billion[/size]

    [size=45]A committee in the House of Representatives reported that Nineveh’s Sinjar district needs $10 billion to rebuild it as a result of the destruction it suffered due to its occupation by the terrorist organization ISIS, while the Popular Mobilization Authority announced a security operation between the governorate’s borders and Salah al-Din.[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the Parliamentary Services Committee, MP Mahma Khalil, said, "The Iraqi government has been reluctant to disregard the Sinjar district, and the local government is violating the rights of the judiciary," referring to "the theft of funds allocated to the region."[/size]
    [size=45]Khalil added, "The frozen funds amounted to 28 billion dinars, of which 13 billion dinars were spent, while 15 billion dinars are still missing." He pointed out that "Sinjar's entitlement to the Emergency Food Security Support Law amounts to more than 300 billion dinars, which has not been allocated so far." Khalil talked about the possibility of "prosecuting the local government and the federal government, if there are any suspicions of corruption in this file." As for the need for the Sinjar district to be allocated for its complete reconstruction, Khalil replied, “Sinjar needs about 10 billion dollars, to rebuild all its sectors and compensate the affected people.”[/size]
    [size=45]And the American magazine (Newsweek) had confirmed earlier that the Sinjar district of Nineveh Governorate is still devastated by the war, despite the passage of years since it was liberated from the terrorist organization ISIS, pointing out that his Yazidi children cannot return and suffer from neglect at the internal and external levels. According to the statistics of the General Directorate of Yazidi Affairs, 6,417 Yazidi citizens were martyred or kidnapped during the ISIS war in 2014, while about 120,000 others emigrated outside the country. On the eighth of last June, the Iraqi parliament voted on the emergency support law for food security and development. It is noteworthy that the number of displaced people from Sinjar district who live in the Kurdistan region is 330,000, 40,000 of whom live outside the camps. According to the statistics of the mayor of Sinjar, the displaced constitute 75% of the district’s population. And the Popular Mobilization media said in a statement that Al-Mada received a copy of it, that "a force from the 51st Brigade of the PMF and the security forces carried out a security operation to secure the borders between the governorates of Salah al-Din and Nineveh." The statement added, "A force from the Salah al-Din Operations Command for the Mobilization, represented by the 51st Brigade, with the participation of a force from the Anti-Terrorism Service, the Salah al-Din Regiment and the 91st Army Brigade, began to search and secure the border strip separating Salah al-Din and Nineveh." He pointed out, "The operation witnessed a survey and inspection of areas from Al-Sakurat to the Mijbas Al-Ghanima area and the cleansing of all tunnels and valleys." The statement continued, "The Salah al-Din Operations Command for the Mobilization continues its operations in various regions within the sector of responsibility in accordance with the drawn security plans." He pointed out, "The operation witnessed a survey and inspection of areas from Al-Sakurat to the Mijbas Al-Ghanima area and the cleansing of all tunnels and valleys." The statement continued, "The Salah al-Din Operations Command for the Mobilization continues its operations in various regions within the sector of responsibility in accordance with the drawn security plans." He pointed out, "The operation witnessed a survey and inspection of areas from Al-Sakurat to the Mijbas Al-Ghanima area and the cleansing of all tunnels and valleys." The statement continued, "The Salah al-Din Operations Command for the Mobilization continues its operations in various regions within the sector of responsibility in accordance with the drawn security plans."[/size]
    [size=45]The areas between the governorates of Salah al-Din, Nineveh, Kirkuk and Diyala are considered weak in security and witness the presence of some detachments of the terrorist organization ISIS, which began to be active during the past few days, taking advantage of the state of political conflict in the country and the delay in forming the government.[/size]
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