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    Parliamentary services reveal the fate of the “Slum Law”

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    Al-Sumaria News - Local

    The Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee confirmed that the committee returned the slum law to the government due to the law’s failure to take into account the extent of the problem, while indicating that it is waiting for the draft to be amended and returned by the government as well as the rest of the laws.


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    Committee member Mahdiya Al-Lami said, “The services provided to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Governorate are not commensurate with the shortage, and they are certainly not in harmony with the size of the requirements and problems. Therefore, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] needs a service renaissance from the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Municipality and the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Governorate, as they are the executive hubs of the capital.”



    She pointed out that “the engineering effort team implements services in deprived areas that the secretariat or the governorate cannot provide due to legal problems, and if they provide them, it depends on the humanitarian or relief aspect,” according to Al-Sabah newspaper.

    She explained that “the committee studied the slum law in addition to carrying out a number of From hosting to find out the merits of the issue, we see that slums were established in areas where housing is not permitted, and therefore the law that arrived from the government did not take into account the extent of the problem that these areas suffer from,” stressing that “the committee returned the draft law to the government to study it and solve the problem radically.” "The rights of the citizen and the government are not underestimated."

    She continued, "The committee is serious about drafting laws that affect the lives of citizens, most notably amending the Iraqi Housing Fund Law, which serves the citizen to obtain a housing unit, in addition to the Capital Law, which was approved to solve the intersections in providing services, which is an eternal problem."

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