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    Post by Rocky Mon 24 Jun 2024, 5:00 am

    The Poor People’s Association warns against removing violations: a legal violation, but humanity is required

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    An association concerned with the poor considered, today, Sunday (June 23, 2024), that removing the alleys of the poor must be in accordance with a comprehensive policy and not using force, in addition to the necessity of providing an alternative.
    The head of the Al-Ilham Association for the Care of the Poor, Elham Qaddouri, said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “several reasons pushed tens of thousands of families to live in slums and bypass areas in Baghdad and the rest of the provinces for many years,” noting that “sedition and security unrest are behind the move of half the population.” “Slums and their choice to live in areas that lack the most basic necessities of life, especially basic services.”
    She added, "The transgression is a legal violation, but the humanitarian dimensions must be present in taking into account the conditions of families by being patient in lifting the transgressions and striving to create a real alternative through the slum law that preserves the dignity of the poor and gives them hope for life."
    She pointed out that "lifting abuses by force without an alternative will increase their tragedy, create countless problems, and push young people to slides with undesirable consequences," indicating that "lifting abuses must be in accordance with a comprehensive policy and not through force that creates a state of despair in the souls of the poor."
    Several governorates, led by Basra, Wasit, and Karbala, are leading a broad campaign to end the violations, while officials confirm that large numbers of the violators own other homes or have a good financial resource and luxury cars, and live in the violations in order to raise their interest and profits, while the governors vowed to provide an alternative for the poor and destitute only.
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