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    Parliamentary calls for birth control to control the high population growth in the country

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    Parliamentary calls for birth control to control the high population growth in the country Empty Parliamentary calls for birth control to control the high population growth in the country

    Post by Rocky Sat 03 Jun 2023, 4:43 am

    [size=46]Parliamentary calls for birth control to control the high population growth in the country[/size]
    Iraq
    11:23 - 2023-06-03
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    On Saturday, Representative Aref Al-Hamami called on the Iraqi government and the Ministry of Planning to curb the huge increase in the population.
    Al-Hamami said in a press interview, "Iraq lacks laws regulating birth control in Iraq," pointing out that "increasing awareness among Iraqis of the importance of birth control is the basis for controlling the high population growth in Iraq."
    He added, "It is the government's duty to find real remedies for this through laws and legislation."
    Al-Hamami pointed out that "birth control needs workshops and plans to limit the rise in population growth."
    He pointed out that "increasing awareness among Iraqis of the importance of birth control is the basis for controlling the high population growth in Iraq."
    And the Ministry of Planning revealed, earlier, that the population census in the country was postponed to October of next year 2024 due to the failure to approve the general budget, noting that the population of Iraq will reach 43 million people by the end of this year.

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