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    What is the truth about allocating lands to members of the Baghdad Provincial Council?

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    What is the truth about allocating lands to members of the Baghdad Provincial Council? Empty What is the truth about allocating lands to members of the Baghdad Provincial Council?

    Post by Rocky Sat 25 May 2024, 4:38 am

    What is the truth about allocating lands to members of the Baghdad Provincial Council?

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    In recent days, news has spread indicating that plots of land in distinct areas have been allocated to members of the Baghdad Provincial Council, which led to angry reactions from the Iraqi street, especially since the work of the current council began only less than four months ago.
    But a member of the Baghdad Provincial Council, Amer Daoud Al-Fili, said that what was circulated in some media and social networking sites is “not true.”
    Amer Daoud Al-Faili added: “There are employees in the council, and according to the law, plots of land are allocated to state employees by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers,” indicating that “there is a committee of employees consisting of several people following up on the issue, and that these lands are for employees of the council and not for members of the council.” .
    He stressed that “the law and the state’s instructions are applied to any person, and what is rumored about the existence of a book allocating lands to members of the council is incorrect,” pointing out that “most of the blocs in the council disavowed this, and there is no member of the governorate council to whom the state’s instructions are not applied.”
    In this context, the head of the Integrity Committee of the Baghdad Provincial Council, Raed Hamid Al-Hamash, submitted his withdrawal from chairing the committee on the subject of searching for the allocation of residential lands.
    According to a document issued by Raed Hamid Al-Hamash, addressed to Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, the proposal from members of the Provincial Council is to allocate plots of land to employees of the Baghdad Provincial Council, after the employees requested them in completion of previous procedures that were worked on during the 2014 session of the Baghdad Provincial Council.




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