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    Post by Rocky Tue Jun 25, 2024 6:17 am

    “There are many problems.” A parliamentary committee submits a request to the government regarding the slum law

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    [rtl]The Parliamentary Services Committee confirmed, on Tuesday, that the slum law still has many problems, calling on the federal government to reconsider the law and send it back to Parliament in order to read it again and legislate it.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Committee member MP Mahdia Al-Lami said, “The slum law sent from the Prime Minister’s Office to Parliament was received by the Parliamentary Services Committee and was given a first reading, but it is not proportional to the size of the current problem. Therefore, the government was instructed to reconsider the law in order to serve the citizen and government institutions.” .[/rtl]
    [rtl]She added, "Baghdad ranked first in slum areas, with 1,022 slums recorded, then Basra ranked second, while Najaf Al-Ashraf and Holy Karbala recorded the lowest percentage in the number of slum areas."[/rtl]
    [rtl]She indicated that “these areas have caused major problems for the citizen and state institutions, as the citizen suffers from the lack of the most basic services at a time when he lives below the poverty line, in addition to the fact that most of the encroached lands are state lands, some of which belong to citizens, or may be oil forbidden, which represents a problem that needs To a solution"[/rtl]
     




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