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    Accusations of corruption against peasant associations and freezing them "are out of the question":

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    Accusations of corruption against peasant associations and freezing them "are out of the question":  Empty Accusations of corruption against peasant associations and freezing them "are out of the question":

    Post by Rocky Sat 11 Feb 2023, 8:07 am

    Accusations of corruption against peasant associations and freezing them "are out of the question": "a farmer did not benefit from them"
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    Farmer associations were accused of corruption today, Saturday, and a leader in the State of Law Coalition affiliated with the coordination framework and the State Administration coalition confirmed that freezing these "useless" associations is possible.
    Khalid al-Jubouri, a member of the Southern Mosul Clan Gathering Council, told (Baghdad Today) that "the Iraqi farmer did not benefit at all from the presence of the peasant associations, whether in developing agricultural crops or lands or supporting them in increasing production and obtaining their rights."
    He added, "These associations have been preoccupied with distributing lands and obtaining concessions, and they are only facades of corruption."
    Farmers throughout Iraq complain of a lack of support, and many left their jobs and went to other professions.
    Turki al-Atbi, a leader in the State of Law Coalition, agrees with al-Jubouri on "the futility of the peasant associations," and says that "the survival of these crotonian banners is unacceptable because they are not influential in the scene of events."
    He told (Baghdad Today) that "the peasant associations and other bodies have lost their momentum and activity for years and no longer have any direct impact, even though agriculture constitutes a source of livelihood for 50% of the labor force in Iraq."
    Al-Atbi asserts that "freezing agricultural associations is a governmental option in the next phase, with the opening of all files and problems that emerged after 2003. This applies to the rest of the bodies and associations, with a review of their powers and internal laws to be more effective."
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