Camps for displaced people
Long-Presse / Baghdad Student leader of the parliamentary bloc of Mesopotamia Imad Youkhana, on Sunday, the Iraqi government employees' salaries regardless displaced from their areas to the Kurdistan region and the central and southern governorates, while criticizing the pay of employees who are in areas controlled by the (Daash).
Said Imad Youkhana in a statement received (long-Presse) a copy of "The Iraqi government displaced employees pay the salaries of their areas to the Kurdistan region and the central and southern governorates," noting that "injustice (Daash) terrorist forcing these employees to leave their homes and on the government to speed up to meet their needs and getting paid as soon as possible. "
Youkhana added that "unpaid wages and cut their livelihood in this way is punished by the government, which relies on an incorrect mechanism in the presence of the same person in order to receive a salary," stressing that "this prejudice the right of the displaced employees who have left everything they had because of the brutality and criminality of the terrorist organization".
He criticized the leadership of the Rafidain bloc "government exchange for the salaries of employees who are in the areas where (Daash) nor are employees who refused to live under the control of this organization pay the salaries."
The United Nations General Assembly adopted in (the fourth of December 2000), its decision No. 55/76 which showed that 2001 witnessed the fiftieth anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, and the Organization of African Unity (OAU) had agreed to the possibility of synchronization of World Refugee Day with Day of the African refugees, corresponding to the twentieth of June.
High Commissioner of the United Nations for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations also warned, earlier today, that the global displacement caused by wars and conflicts and persecution may record "highs", are set out in the report of the new annual global trends issued, the number of forcibly displaced people arrived to 59.5 million people by the end of 2014 compared to the previous 51.2 million people a year ago, up 37.5 million people a decade ago, and that this rise recorded its highest level ever in one year since the last in 2013.
The takeover (Daash) on Mosul, Nineveh province, (405 km north of Baghdad), in (the tenth of June 2014 the past), and the extension of his terrorist activities after nearly a quarter of the area of Iraq, left some three million displaced people, as well as millions more Displaced from outside the country.
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