Iraqi government mainly employs Arab settlers in Diyala

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09. 08. 2004 - To implement the current Iraqi Interior Minister’s decree number 1150, the authorities have chiefly employed Arab settlers in the local administration of the city of Diyala, reported by the Kurdish on Monday.

"Recently the employment of Arab settlers has been noticeable in the city, which is the implementation of an agreement between the Iraqi Interior Ministry and the local authorities of Diyala city," it reported.

In the Kurdish cities of Khanaqeen, Saddiya and Jalawla, 90 Kurds applied for employment in the city of Diyala but their applications were rejected for no obvious reasons. Their rejection letters hold the signature of the governor of the city, Abdullah Jibury, who is an Arab himself, added the report.

The Arabisation decrees number 41 and 42, issued by the former Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein are still in effect.

Source: KM

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