Editor Haidar Majid - Friday, 12 December 2014
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
A member of the Committee on Health and the Environment in Parliament MP Abdul Hussein al-Moussawi, on Friday, the government and the ministries to provide all necessary assistance to the displaced, while noting that the government has allocated large sums of money for the displaced, but did not reach them properly.
Moussawi said in a statement received "Alsumaria News", a copy of which, "The Ministry of Health alone is able to provide all the services needed by the displaced people in all areas unless they cooperate with other ministries and each one providing assistance it can provide," and urged the government and the ministries b "providing assistance to the displaced and to provide the necessary services to them."
"The displaced people that live in inhumane conditions with a bad winter," he said, adding that "the government spent big money on them, but did not reach them properly."
The MP from the Union of Iraqi forces Abdul Rahman Alloizi Saturday (November 15, 2014) that the parliament decided to terminate the work of the displaced parliamentary and referral of the ministerial committee headed by Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq to the Integrity Commission against the backdrop of corruption cases, as he emphasized that the House of Representatives addressed the Presidency Council of Ministers of the need to implement the recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee displaced.
MP Mishan al-Jubouri, Saturday (November 1, 2014), that the temporary parliamentary committee to follow up the conditions of the displaced recommended the need to continue the government's effort to liberate the usurped areas by organizing "Daash" and re-displaced them to their homes, while explained that the Committee also called for a solution of the Supreme Committee for the relief of displaced people and referral to the integrity, noting that the parliament voted on the government's decision to recommend dissolution.
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