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Yarmouk’s New Organizational Plan Strongly Condemned

Published : 09-07-2020

Yarmouk’s New Organizational Plan Strongly Condemned

Palestinian refugees continue to voice their firm rejection of the new organizational plan put forth by Damascus Governorate to rehabilitate Yarmouk Camp.

Tension has been running high in the area as thousands of refugees continue to rail against the proposed plan, amid growing fears that their homes and property will be removed from the new plan.

To file a complaint, the residents should carry a personal photo, a property ownership proof, and a stamp worth 700 Syrian pounds. Those living outside Syria are entitled to file complaints through their relatives, including fourth-degree relatives.

Governorate officials said the revision of the plan depends on the number of complaints.

Recently, AGPS has called on the Syrian authorities in Damascus to re-examine the new organizational plan put forth by Damascus governorate to rehabilitate Yarmouk Camp and to rather implement the old plan which was approved in 2004.

In a statement issued last week, AGPS said plans that do not take into account Palestinians’ inalienable rights make part of underway conspiracies to further displace the Palestinian people and destroy displacement camps as living witnesses to their refugee plight.

The statement said the new organizational plan will remarkably change the demographic and architectural identity of the camp. Several buildings and facilities will be removed, which will lead to a mass displacement of refugee families and a further deterioration of their humanitarian condition.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10350

Palestinian refugees continue to voice their firm rejection of the new organizational plan put forth by Damascus Governorate to rehabilitate Yarmouk Camp.

Tension has been running high in the area as thousands of refugees continue to rail against the proposed plan, amid growing fears that their homes and property will be removed from the new plan.

To file a complaint, the residents should carry a personal photo, a property ownership proof, and a stamp worth 700 Syrian pounds. Those living outside Syria are entitled to file complaints through their relatives, including fourth-degree relatives.

Governorate officials said the revision of the plan depends on the number of complaints.

Recently, AGPS has called on the Syrian authorities in Damascus to re-examine the new organizational plan put forth by Damascus governorate to rehabilitate Yarmouk Camp and to rather implement the old plan which was approved in 2004.

In a statement issued last week, AGPS said plans that do not take into account Palestinians’ inalienable rights make part of underway conspiracies to further displace the Palestinian people and destroy displacement camps as living witnesses to their refugee plight.

The statement said the new organizational plan will remarkably change the demographic and architectural identity of the camp. Several buildings and facilities will be removed, which will lead to a mass displacement of refugee families and a further deterioration of their humanitarian condition.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10350