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    Parliamentary services call for a review of the slum ownership law

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    Parliamentary services call for a review of the slum ownership law Empty Parliamentary services call for a review of the slum ownership law

    Post by Rocky Thu 02 Nov 2023, 4:22 am

    Parliamentary services call for a review of the slum ownership law

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    Economy News _ Baghdad
    The Parliamentary Services Committee called on the government to reconsider the slum ownership law and limit its expansion.
    Committee member, Hussein Habib Al-Azergawi, said in an interview with “Al-Sabah” followed by “Al-Iqtisad News” that “the slum law is one of the most important important laws that serve its residents, despite the attempts of parties to ignore it and challenge it, and some of them even demanded that slums not be owned by their residents.” .
    Al-Azirjawi added, “Article No. 30 in the Iraqi Constitution guarantees every citizen the right to adequate housing, and because some groups did not find suitable housing, they were forced to live in random places not designated for construction,” indicating that “the numbers of slums are very large and it is not possible to prevent the delivery of services to them.” It cannot be rented to families who were forced to live in it.”
    Al-Azergawi believed that “the law on slums needs a deep study, and the establishment of mechanisms that limit their expansion and expansion. Trading in these areas must be prohibited and they must be exclusively for their residents,” noting that “most of the laws come from the government and we expect there to be important laws in the near future.” He stressed that "the Services Committee has a number of laws under study."



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