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Al-Kaabi Committee to compensate the affected: you should expedite the completion of transactions and make it a priority

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Al-Kaabi Committee to compensate the affected: you should expedite the completion of transactions and make it a priority

Post by claud39 on Wed Jan 16, 2019 9:52 am


Al-Kaabi Committee to compensate the affected: you should expedite the completion of transactions and make it a priority


The first deputy speaker of the parliament, Hassan al-Kaabi, said Wednesday during his visit to the compensation committee that affected the need to expedite the completion of transactions and make them a priority. 

"Hassan Kareem al-Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, urged the members of the Central Committee to compensate the affected," said his office in a statement received by "Al-Ghad Press", stressing that "all applications of affected citizens should be considered and completed as soon as possible, especially for liberated governorates."

Al-Kaabi said during his visit to the Central Committee to compensate the affected and representatives of the ministries concerned that "the nature of the work of the Commission is more humane administrative," noting that "the process of accelerating the completion of transactions will be reflected positively on the return of life to the affected areas." 

He pointed out that "the most important is to strengthen the citizen's confidence in government procedures, and the families get compensation and that is part of the strategy to end the file of displacement and reintegrate them in society and restore their normal lives." 

He stressed that "the greater part of your duty is humane and more administrative, and this should be preferred in dealing with citizens who demand their rights as stipulated by the laws. The vast majority of those affected have fallen below the poverty line and the amounts of compensation will lift a large burden."

Al-Kaabi called on the committee members to "focus attention on the liberated areas, where most of the citizens' property was severely damaged, and the importance of compensating the victims of the war." 

Among them members of the committee that "their committee is working to compensate all affected citizens of their property, especially in the liberated provinces, where a large number of transactions of affected citizens have been completed and working to support and facilitate the work of sub-committees in Baghdad and the provinces to expedite the completion of transactions of affected citizens and send them to the Central Committee to consider In which". 

The Committee for the Compensation of those affected by military operations, military errors and terrorist operations is one of the most important government committees because of their important role in showing the rights of those affected and giving them the rights stipulated by law.

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