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    Because of Article 140... 300 thousand dunums are outside the agricultural plan in Kirkuk

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    Because of Article 140... 300 thousand dunums are outside the agricultural plan in Kirkuk Empty Because of Article 140... 300 thousand dunums are outside the agricultural plan in Kirkuk

    Post by Rocky Thu Feb 22, 2024 9:08 am

    Because of Article 140... 300 thousand dunums are outside the agricultural plan in Kirkuk



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    Shafaq News/ The Kirkuk Governorate Agriculture Department revealed today, Thursday, that 300 thousand agricultural dunams are still outside the agricultural plan because they are included in Article 140 and their fate has not been decided.
    The Director of Kirkuk Agriculture told Shafaq News Agency, “The agricultural lands in Kirkuk Governorate had complaints in the Department of Property Disputes that were resolved,” indicating that “the areas specified in the Kirkuk Agriculture Department, which are outside the annual plan, are estimated at 300 thousand agricultural dunams distributed among village areas.” Hanjir and Shawan, and parts of Yayji district, Dibs and Daquq districts.”
    He added, "Farmers who have complaints regarding agricultural lands can submit documents to the judiciary at the first instance courts for consideration," explaining that "most of the complaints submitted were rejected by the courts, which must be frozen by the competent courts."
    Article 140 stipulates the abolition of the demographic change policies pursued by Saddam Hussein’s regime in the disputed areas in favor of the Arabs at the expense of the Kurds, and then counting the population before the final step, which is holding a referendum according to which the population determines whether they wish to join the Kurdistan Region or remain under control. Baghdad administration.
    The implementation phases of the article were scheduled to be completed by the end of 2007, but security and political problems prevented this
    In 2019, the Federal Supreme Court ruled that Article 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq remains in force, stressing that this continues until its requirements are implemented and the goal of its legislation is achieved.
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