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Gado demands information regarding street children
Gado demands information regarding street children
Osama Gado, member of the MB Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent request for information to the Prime Minister and the Minister of Social Solidarity and Manpower regarding the increase of working children in the streets.
Wednesday, January 6,2010 01:17
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Osama Gado, member of the MB Parliamentary bloc, submitted an urgent request for information to the Prime Minister and the Minister of Social Solidarity and Manpower regarding the increase  of working children in the streets.

 

Gado stressed the seriousness of the problems which will increase for street children and homeless mothers. He accused the government of neglect in finding them solutions to protect them, save their futures and provide them with decent living standards.

 

He strongly criticized the subjection of abandoned children to oppression in the house, street, police station and care centers which generates a feeling of hatred to the society by the children who are victims.

tags: Gado / MB Parliamentary Bloc / Social Solidarity / Street Children / Neglect
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