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    Those affected by the war in Salah al-Din are without compensation, and their cities pay the bill fo

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    Those affected by the war in Salah al-Din are without compensation, and their cities pay the bill fo Empty Those affected by the war in Salah al-Din are without compensation, and their cities pay the bill fo

    Post by Rocky Fri 19 Aug 2022, 5:17 am

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    [size=52]Those affected by the war in Salah al-Din are without compensation, and their cities pay the bill for the battles[/size]

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    [size=45]From window to window, Khamis Saleh inspects the sections and people in the Compensation Department to follow up on the procedures for the progress of the compensation transaction for his five martyred brothers in Salah al-Din.[/size]
    [size=45]About 8 years have passed since the restoration of the governorate's cities, and the compensation file is still an obstacle for those affected, as 40,000 housing units were completely destroyed, but only 2,000 families were compensated and the largest number is still waiting.[/size]
    [size=45]Khamis Saleh, a citizen, told UTV that “my treatment was rejected on the grounds that I had not reported my five martyred brothers since 2014, although everyone knows that in that year there was no government department in Salah al-Din through which to report.”[/size]
    [size=45]There are currently 13,000 transactions prepared for disbursement out of the 27,000 stacked transactions in the Salah al-Din Compensation Department, awaiting a government decision from Baghdad to disburse them after approval by four committees, starting with the compensation judge, passing through a representative of the Ministry of Defense, Interior and Health, and ending with the Court of Appeal.[/size]
    [size=45]Mohamed Al-Haider, director of Salah El-Din compensation, told UTV that “13,000 transactions have been approved and are ready for disbursement, in addition to 400 transactions we received from the Central Committee,” noting that “the amounts allocated from the emergency support law will cover a large number of transactions.”[/size]
    [size=45]Official reports indicate that more than 200,000 housing units were completely destroyed by the military operations, distributed in the cities of Salah al-Din, Nineveh and Anbar, as well as shops, agricultural orchards and machinery, and all these losses have not been compensated so far.[/size]
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