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    Al-Parti expresses “surprise” at the closure of displacement camps through “coercion” and considers

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    Al-Parti expresses “surprise” at the closure of displacement camps through “coercion” and considers it “illegal”
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    Baghdad today - Nineveh
    Today, Wednesday (February 28, 2024), member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Qadir Qajjag, expressed his astonishment at the issue of ending displacement and closing camps without normalizing the situation in Sinjar.
    Qajagh said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “there are still thousands of displaced people from Sinjar living in displacement camps in Erbil and Dohuk and they cannot return to their areas at the present time.”
    He added, "The situation in Sinjar is still not normal, as there has been no commitment to implement the Sinjar Agreement, which requires a radical solution to the judiciary crisis, the removal of the armed factions from Sinjar, and the return of the displaced to it."
    He pointed out that "closing camps in Kurdistan and trying to return the displaced by force is illegal, and it must be implemented with caution until the situation in Sinjar normalizes and stability returns to it."
    On October 9, 2020, the government of Mustafa Al-Kadhimi and the local authority in the Kurdistan region concluded an agreement to normalize the situation in the city of Sinjar, under the auspices of the United Nations and the international coalition led by the United States, according to official statements.
    The agreement essentially aims to remove the armed groups from the town, in preparation for the return of its displaced persons, about 80 percent of whom still refuse to return, due to the tense situation in the city and the control of those groups over it.
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