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    Basra: There is no move to do justice to the families affected by the demarcation of the border with

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    Basra: There is no move to do justice to the families affected by the demarcation of the border with Empty Basra: There is no move to do justice to the families affected by the demarcation of the border with

    Post by Hkp1 Sat 06 Apr 2013, 3:52 pm

    Basra: There is no move to do justice to the families affected by the demarcation of the border with Kuwait

    06-04-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)
    Twilight News

    Council
    renewed the province of Basra, Saturday, demanding the federal
    government to reconsider the process of demarcation of the border
    between Iraq and Kuwait, noting the lack of compensation Iraqi families
    affected by that process.

    The deputy head of the Basra
    Governorate Council Ahmed Al Sulaiti in an interview with "Twilight
    News", that "our demand is not the first of its kind and we talked about
    the subject in the press conferences many on reconsider the case to be
    half the people land near the common border between Iraq and Kuwait."

    Sulaiti
    said "We made it clear that the measures since the beginning and I'm
    talking personally have not seen any serious move to visual justice to
    the families want to remove their homes", adding that "the Iraqi
    government silent on this matter."

    The representative of the
    Secretary-General of the United Nations, Martin Kobler, had announced at
    a news conference earlier raised with the governor of Basra behind
    Abdul Samad, who attended the "Twilight News" for ending theme problem
    folks who came out demonstration Astinkaria on border demarcation
    decision between Iraq and Kuwait, stressing that the matter has ended
    and will be compensate residents whose homes will be demolished, he
    said.

    Basra has seen in recent demonstrations by a group of
    tribal elders and residents of homes be Tahedimha in Umm Qasr, wounding
    one person releases wounds by a group of Kuwaiti security forces on the
    border between the two countries.

    The Iraq before the United
    Nations officially demarcating the border in 1994 after the first Gulf
    War when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990, and opposes a large
    number of Iraqis in the Umm Qasr area demarcation and file say it is
    robbing them of adjacent land and property of Kuwait.



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