BAGHDAD services calls for the provision of services in the residential areas of farmland[/ltr]
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The head of the Baghdad Services Authority Jassim Muhammadawi, to provide services to residential areas and houses built in the farmland.
He said al-Saadi told all of Iraq [where], "The construction of agricultural land and turn it into housing has become a fait accompli and parents are demanding the provision of infrastructure, where they become large residential areas and need services."
"It should be the formation of a government commission to speed up the resolution of the situation of these territories," adding that "these homes will achieve financial revenues for the secretariat of Baghdad."
Saadi pointed out that "the problem that procedures need to be laws of legislation such as the capital, the Basic Law and the design of Baghdad, but it remains to resolve this file from the functions of the secretariat of Baghdad mainly."
The House of Representatives has been postponed more than once to postpone the vote on the project to divert the sex of farmland to housing law.
The Council of Ministers announced on 16 February, the terms of his agreement to convert agricultural land to residential pieces.
The Council of Ministers decided to "take measures to stop the bulldozing orchards and agricultural land and prevent their diversion to residential land or change their use for other purposes, to allow the transfer of her gender and based on the powers of the Council of Ministers, under the following conditions: be a construction is contrary to the basic design, and this piece is based on the form apartment complex, and that the building be built on a plot of land as persistent. "
Baghdad rejects the secretariat building and the granting of public holidays for this role, "he returned her" to waive the basic design of the capital and put pressure on infrastructure and services. "
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