On Thursday, The New Arab newspaper reported the names of those involved in Iraq by taking over the homes, palaces and buildings of the state, or the people who migrated after 2003, numbering thousands, while other officials were quoted as recognizing the difficulty of the file.
The newspaper said in a report on real estate seized by the political forces, “real estate in Baghdad B” more than 32 thousand residential and commercial buildings, land, farms, shops and even places of worship.
It added that “the most involved” of the officials in the file, Iraqi Vice President Iyad Allawi, who seized several houses on the street of the olive in Baghdad, and the former head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Ammar al-Hakim, who finally announced the establishment of the wisdom stream, Former Tariq Aziz in the area of Jadiriyah, while the family of Ahmad Chalabi still take over houses on Princess Street in Baghdad.
“The Vice President of the Republic, Nuri al-Maliki, occupies the palace of Venice, while the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr seized the home of a former official in the housing area and the leader of the Badr Organization Hadi Amiri on the Palace of Tigris in Karrada and Baha al-Araji on the palace of Sinbad.”
“The current parliament speaker, Saleem al-Jubouri, is also taking over the house of Abdul Hamoud, Saddam Hussein’s facilities, as well as about 2,000 apartments belonging to the Christians of Karada Maryam, who were expelled from them after the establishment of the Green Zone and where the members of Parliament and political figures are different.”
“The transformation of the headquarters of the Baath party to the Office of the organizations of the Dawa Party, led by Nuri al-Maliki, and the Umm al-Qura Mosque to the headquarters of the current Sunni Endowment Abdul Latif Al-Humim, an ancient monastery of Catholics to the University of Imam Sadiq, administered by the Islamic Supreme Council,” and turned, according to the newspaper ” To the headquarters of the Supreme Islamic Council. ”
“There is today in all of Baghdad excesses on land and property, and on the Rusafa side, the process appears to be more regrettable by parties, gangs, and mafia,” the New Arab quoted the head of the parliament’s security and defense committee as saying.
Al-Zamili added that “those who seized the public and private property belonged to parties and military or armed factions and were forcibly evicted and absent from the law, and abuses took ownership of citizens were controlled and the division of agricultural and sell them again.”
“The Baghdad Operations Command needs to activate the file away from politics and enforce the law by force and arms if necessary and return the property of citizens and state property,” he stressed, stressing that “every citizen must make complaints and I will be ready to intervene in their assistance.”
And the commander of operations Baghdad Major General Jalil al-Rubaie, quoted the newspaper as saying that “the excess of property in Baghdad is a common file all concerned, the government and its institutions and the army of course and the police.”
Al-Rubaie added: “We appeal to all ministries and appeal to the Sunni Waqf and the Christian Waqf to take care of their property, to put controls on it and follow it and not to leave it because the abandoned is certainly exploited.”