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    Parliamentary services reveal the fate of the slum law

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    Post by Rocky Sun 02 Jun 2024, 5:30 am

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    [size=52]Parliamentary services reveal the fate of the slum law[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad..
    Today, Sunday, the Parliamentary Services Committee revealed the fate of the slum law, which has been stalled for four consecutive parliamentary sessions.
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    Committee member, Mahma Khalil, told Al-Maalouma, “There are promises to legislate the law, but at the same time there is difficulty in determining the roadmap for legislating it.”
    He added, "The Services Committee has a set of laws under discussion in order to serve the Iraqi citizen, consistent with the demands that call for the enactment of these laws."
    He continued, "There are laws in place in the House of Representatives despite the many demands to legislate them, such as the Baghdad Municipality, severing ties between the secretariat and the governorate, and violations on public roads."
    The results of the Ministry of Planning’s update of a survey confirming the locations of random housing communities showed that the capital, Baghdad, leads the way in random settlements with more than 1,000 residential communities, which constitutes 23% of the total in Iraq, which amounts to 4,679 residential communities. Ended / 25 Q.
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