Document Type: Research paper


Economic Cost, Poor Sanitation, Safe Drinking Water


The principles of dual nationality and context of transmission I their nationality to children were introduced and consolidated in 2006 in law by the Iraqi legislator. The objective was then to affirm a modernization of its position in this area and to promote a harmonization of the nationality law with international standards. Thus, the new Iraqi law promulgated on 4 June 2006 includes in article 10 the principle on dual nationality, and in article 3 (1), the right of the mother to transmit her nationality to her children. It corrects the previous laws of 1923 and 1963 which did not recognize those principles to the detriment of the expectations and needs of (none) Iraqi citizens in the 21st century and in a globalized society. This positive development also marks the political change in Iraq with a shift from dictatorial to democratic regime. Finally, it stresses the will to consider the principles of human rights and private international law. However, in the facts, the adoption of those principles is not without interpretation and difficulty for those involved. For example, there are areas of uncertainty as to the determination of the competent court and the strict application of the law; difficulties that also occur in the rules of conflicts of international jurisdiction (positive and negative conflict). In addition, the current socio-political situation and the question of granting nationality to illegitimate children (often from foreign terrorists) are the subject of much debate. The Daesh terrorist movement has done a lot of damage to Iraqi society, including the lives of many women and leaving behind a significant number of children without parents or in prison for supporting the regime. There is therefore an urgent need to clarify and facilitate the implementation of this new law on nationality in order to give them a status in the society that will see them grow. These are the different aspects that have been discussed in this article. f 2016 Bull. Georg. Natl. Acad. Sci. Dual Nationality, Adoption, Recognition , Right Of Blood,Limited Recognition The law of nationality is considered a crucial between the national and the foreigner. Obviously, element of law in a nation-s . The law of there will be consequences in relation to this nationality (or law of citizenship) distinction, especially in terms of legal obligations, of law, political rule, or economic level.


  • Impact of poor water and sanitation on household economy was investigated.
  • Qualitative and quantitative approaches were used to assess the impact of poor water and sanitation on households economy.
  • People have not access to proper sanitation facilities in most of the rural settlements .
  • The diseases ratio was very high because of poor water and sanitation condition.
  • Unawareness of WATSAN related diseases affect adversely on household economy by hospitalization, transportation and medical costs.