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Cabinet Approves a Draft Law on the Temporary Expropriation and Seizure of Real Estate for Public Benefit
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Cabinet Approves a Draft Law on the Temporary Expropriation and Seizure of Real Estate for Public Benefit

14 Oct, 2021 10:31 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, Gulf TimesIntended Audience
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The Cabinet chaired by HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, approved in its regular meeting held yesterday afternoon, at its headquarters in the Amiri Diwan a draft law on real estate expropriation temporarily for public interest, and to refer it to the Shura Council.

This draft law comes in the framework of updating legislation to keep pace with the state's comprehensive urban plan. It will replace Law No.13 of 1988 on the matter.

The cabinet also approved a draft decision of the Minister of Commerce and Industry approving the update of a Qatari technical regulation that includes the requirements for storing car tyres.

At the outset of the meeting, the Cabinet expressed their appreciation of HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani's participation via video conference in the G-20 extraordinary meeting on Afghanistan that took place Wednesday in Rome, Italy which comes as a continuation of Qatar's efforts to establish peace, pursue national interests and development in Afghanistan.

The Cabinet praised the Amir's speech and its important theme of transitioning Afghanistan to a new phase of peace that realises the aspirations of the people of Afghanistan, and sees a strengthening co-operation between the country and its region as well as other members of the international community.

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