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    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Jun 2024, 4:22 am

    The countdown to the closure of the camps has begun.. What are the reasons for the reluctance of displaced minorities to return to their areas?
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    Baghdad Today - Baghdad
    Today, Tuesday (June 18, 2024), former MP Rehan Hanna identified the reasons for the failure of minorities, including Christians, to return to their liberated areas.
    Hanna told “Baghdad Today” that “the reasons for not preventing the return of minorities, including Christians, to their areas may be in some areas for political motives or due to the control of some outlaw forces on the land, which puts them at an intersection with political parties and their lack of confidence in returning the displaced to their areas.” ".
    She added, "The most important reason in most areas is the failure to achieve real guarantees of security, whether because of mines or because of the security conditions in general, in addition to the fears and concerns of displaced families regarding security breaches."
    She pointed out, "The regions' lack of infrastructure and the provision of services by the federal governments is another influential factor," noting that "these reasons combined made most politicians intersect with the federal government in the decision to return the displaced to their areas of residence."
    The Council of Ministers had set July 30, 2024, as the date for closing the camps for the displaced and for them to voluntarily return to their areas of origin, which prompted the Ministry of Immigration and Displacement to work to seal the file within the specified period.
    The Parliamentary Migration and Displacement Committee criticized the government’s plan and considered it “unfair,” noting that “the plan is not consistent with reality, as the displaced areas are still destroyed and uninhabitable, and many areas are still under the control of armed factions that prevent the return of the displaced.”
    The committee considered that “the government wants to get rid of the file in any way, and that the amount of four million dinars is worth nothing in comparison to the real estate and property lost by the displaced.”
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