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Poverty is rising and citizens are unable to bury their dead

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Poverty is rising and citizens are unable to bury their dead

Post  RamblerNash on Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:03 pm

Poverty is rising and citizens are unable to bury their dead



Friday, November 23,

BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
An increase in poverty has been reported in the country over the past two months, Iraqi officials said, while Iraqis said they were unable to bury their dead because of it.

"Poverty rates have risen in the past two months across the country to 40 percent in the northern, central and western cities of Iraq and about 35 percent in the south," the source said in a statement.

The source, who asked not to be named, said that "the measurement of these proportions was based on the income of the family less than $ 10 a day," pointing out that "the majority of the poor suffer from diseases and cultural and educational backwardness large."

"Her husband died more than a month after years of suffering with the disease," said Salih Salima al-Atabi, 69, who lives in Baghdad's Al-Amil district. "She had to leave him in the refrigerator for two days because he did not have the money to transfer him to the hospital. the cemetery and buried him.

she added : "we have a tradition that we bury our dead in Najaf (180 km south of Baghdad), a costly matter for me , because I need to rent a car 200 thousand Iraqi dinars (equivalent to US $ 160), add the wages of the purchase of the tomb and the burial of about 600 thousand Iraqi dinars (equivalent to 500 dollars), "explaining that" did not have this amount, forcing it to Meet her deceased husband in the hospital refrigerator, until it has sold part of her furniture to provide burial wages. " He

also stressed the citizen Ihsan al - Hamdani , a similar story about the inability of some Iraqi families to bury their dead provide wages.

"Last Friday, I heard Aula at my neighbor's house. When I went home, I learned from her daughters that she died of a stroke and that her two daughters had no money to bury her," he said.

"I had to rent a car and transport the deceased to the Karkh cemetery west of Baghdad," he said, adding that "I paid for the transportation costs and the purchase of the grave and the burial, which amounted to about one million Iraqi dinars (equivalent to 800 dollars)."

Experts attribute the poverty rate to high levels in recent years due to various reasons, including low oil prices and the lack of a clear government plan to address the problem of the unemployed.

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