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    " The Dinar Daily ", Friday, 30 August 2013

    Source: BP is preparing to sign a contract to develop the Kirkuk field in the beginning of next September, despite the sensitivity of the issue

    29-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Range Press / Baghdad

    Industrial source revealed, "early", on Thursday, the desire of the British oil company British Petroleum, BP, signed a contract to develop the Kirkuk oil field in northern Iraq, the beginning of next September, despite the sensitivities raised by it with the Kurdistan region, noting that the company expects to initially spend about one hundred million dollars to stop the "decline" field production equipment.

    The Reuters news agency quoted REUTERS news agency, in a news reported today, and seen by (range Press), about the "source of industrial familiar and close to the negotiations," did not reveal his identity, saying that "British Petroleum, BP hopes to sign a contract to revive and develop the field of Kirkuk oil in northern Iraq , with the beginning of September 2013, "returned to" move that would infuriate the Kurdistan region and the bombing of a new political crisis with the federal government to the occurrence of the project in a sensitive area within the disputed border between the two parties. "

    They believed the agency, that if what happened this agreement, it will pave the way for the British company giants that exist already in the Rumaila field, which is one of the largest oil producing fields in southern Iraq, to ​​negotiate access to the huge reserves very north of the country, too, "noting that" Baghdad then You'll get an experienced partner and trusted, to help in the treatment of low production in the Kirkuk field. "

    The source added, according to Reuters, that "the contract would be a preliminary agreement standing 18 months to provide attribution, which will provide an opportunity for the company BP to negotiate a development contract for a longer period," noting that "the British company will work within the side which is under the control of the Baghdad government from the field, in locations Pope geological Lavagna, either site geological third, which Jurmala, it is located within the boundaries of the Kurdistan region. "

    The source explained the industrial close to the negotiations between Iraq and the British company, according to the agency, the "BP expects to negotiate the terms of better business in the contract for the field of Kirkuk," pointing out that it "intends to initially spend about $ 100 million as a first step to help stop the state decline production equipment in the field, and to conduct survey to get a clear idea about it. "

    According to Iraqi oil source, the agency said, "Baghdad hopes to sign British Petroleum in the end technical service contract for the Kirkuk field is similar to that of the Rumaila field."

    The British oil company, British Petroleum, BP, has reached a preliminary agreement with Baghdad to develop the giant Kirkuk oil field, which suffers from obsolescence and low production rates.

    The Minister of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government Ashti Hawrami, warned (June 30 2013), the company British Petroleum of the consequences of "put itself line of confrontation" in the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil if they proceeded with its plans to develop the field of oil content in the disputed territories, calling for them not to allow "itself to take advantage of others for political purposes," as quoted British Alvinancel Times newspaper, and seen by (Presse term) at the time.

    The Iraqi oil minister, Abdul Karim and coffee, said in press statements made by, in (18 January 2013), the existence of a preliminary agreement with BP's British to develop the oil field of Kirkuk, north who suffers from a significant decrease rates of oil production, while attacked Governor Kirkuk, in the (22 January 2013), and the Iraqi Oil Ministry on near agreement with BP to develop the Kirkuk oil field and described this approach as "unconstitutional and illegal", stressing that "dissatisfaction with him."

    And located the northern fields of Kirkuk in what is known disputed areas that are waiting since 2005 agreement between Baghdad and Erbil to decide بتبعيتها of wealth for direct investment nature they contain, including oil.

    The Kirkuk oil field one of the oldest oil fields in Iraq, and dating back to the year 1927.

    He also expressed the Kurdistan region, at the (19 January 2013), the complete rejection of the plan announced by Baghdad to contract with BP to invest the Kirkuk fields, stressing that it will require the approval of the region as the Kirkuk fields in areas of conflict.

    Kurdistan Regional Government promised that announcement as "an alleged attempt to allow BP to reform and develop some of the fields in Kirkuk in the plan illegal and unconstitutional to invest in those fields without consulting other parties in the conflict and get Muaqathm.


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    Zubaidi: America, Russia agree upon launching military attack against Syrian regime
    Thursday, 29 August 2013 18:49

    Baghdad (AIN) -The head of the Citizen bloc, Baqir al-Zubaidi, stressed confirmed “America and Russia agreed upon launching military limited military attack against specific targets to weaken the regime rather than toppling it.”

    Through his Facebook page, he said “The targets include military bases, governmental buildings, missile launchers and strategic weapons to weaken the regime.”

    “The meeting of the Arab Foreign Ministers on next Monday will authorize the western sides to launch the attack that is pending to wait for the results of the UN experts report over the use of the chemical weapons by the regime,” he continued.

    “I expect the end of next week to witness the attack and may the regime will conduct a war against Israel that may involves Hezbollah in case of any complications,” he concluded.


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    Allawi is overturn the mandates of the three presidencies "something we walked and upping the dictatorship"

    29-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Twilight News

    Counting the leader of the Iraqi List, former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, on Thursday, the decision to overturn the mandates presidencies by the Federal المحكة aims to promote the "dictatorship," and he was "disgraceful."

    The Federal Court has overturned a few days ago a law passed by the House of Representatives earlier this year determines the states three presidencies بولايتين, according to judicial sources

    Allawi said in a Tweet on the social networking site "Twitter" pursued "Twilight News, said that" the decision of the Federal Court set aside the law of the mandate of the three presidencies is disgraceful. "

    Allawi added that the decision "aims to strengthen dictatorship in the country and the looting of the powers of the House of Representatives."

    The Iraqi parliament voted last January, a bill to identify with two States, which prevents Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, from running for a third term, in a move that backers promise unconstitutional.

    And supported the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance and the Liberal bloc led by Muqtada al-Sadr and block citizen led by Hakim law.


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    BREAKING NEWS Maliki affirms to US Ambassador Iraq's position supporting political solution in Syria, opposing military intervention
    29/08/2013 19:54:00

    Baghdad (NINA) – Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki affirmed Iraq's position supporting political solution in Syria and its opposition to military action.

    Meeting with US Ambassador to Iraq, Robert Beecroft, on Thursday, Aug. 29, who visited the Prime Minister's Office enquiring about Iraq's official position toward military action in Syria, Maliki said that Iraq is worried of dangerous complications that might occur, in the area, because of any military intervention in Syria, according to a statement by Maliki's Office.

    It added that stress put on the necessity for increased consultation and coordination between Iraq and the US on all levels.

    Informed sources affirmed that US President Barak Obama, is considering launching limited attack against the Syrian regime, at the time intense consultations under way between western countries over possible military action in response to a supposed chemical attack on Aug. 21, in the outskirts of Damascus.

    The Washington Post quoted senior US officials saying that the American strike, comes in response to a chemical attack, will not last more than 2 days to spare the US from getting more involved in the ongoing 2-year old struggle in the country.

    For his part, US Secretary of Defence, Chuck Hagel, affirmed on Tuesday that the American Armed forces is ready to immediately move into Syria if President Obama ordered so.

    In an interview with the BBC, Hagel said, "We have moved military force to be able to carry out any order the President issues.

    Sources attended a meeting between western envoys and opposition Syrian Alliance, held in Istanbul, said that western official informed the Syrian opposition that a strike against Assad's forces is expected to take place within days.


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    Iraq Must Accomodate Foreign
    Workers to Boost Investments

    By: Omar al-Shaher for Al-Monitor Iraq Pulse Posted on August 29.

    Iraqi authorities admitted that they are not providing facilities to foreign workers and oil companies operating in Iraq.

    Summary :
    In a sign of bureaucratic inefficiency, Iraq admits that it has not been properly accommodating foreign workers coming into the country working for oil companies.
    Original Title:
    Iraq Admits the Non-provision of Facilities to Workers and Experts in Oil Companies
    Author: Omar al-Shaher
    Posted on: August 29 2013
    Translated by: Steffi Chakti

    Categories : Originals Iraq

    Oil Ministry spokesman Assem Jihad told Al-Monitor, “Iraqi parties in charge of the entrance of foreigners to Iraq are not providing facilities to contract workers and experts for foreign oil companies that were granted contracts with the Iraqi government.”

    Jihad attributed the reason behind this to “the exceptional security situation the country is going through and the terrorist challenges it is facing.”

    Iraq has been witnessing a spike in violence for the past two months. Car bombs and suicide bombers have claimed the lives of hundreds of Iraqis during attacks targeting markets, cafes, playgrounds and residential compounds in many provinces.

    Jihad noted, however, “The importance of investment in all fields must be taken into consideration. The success of the state relies on its ability to pass laws that protect and encourage investments, in addition to creating a suitable ground and providing security and facilities to workers in investment companies.” Jihad considered the aforementioned to be “characteristic of civilized countries.”

    “The non-provision of facilities does not only include the oil and investment sector in Iraq but also the rest of the fields, given the exceptional situation. We need to educate people about how to deal with the concept of investment,” he continued.

    “There are still some mentalities that dub investment companies as monopolistic companies fed by the blood of the people,” Jihad noted, reiterating “the importance of dealing with this issue in a civilized manner and working on the provision of facilities so as not to transform [Iraq] into a country that pushes investments away.”

    Iraq had promised to provide visas for workers with oil companies within two weeks.

    “The Oil Ministry has struggled a lot in terms of entrance and residency permits for foreign workers, especially after the [oil exploration] licensing rounds were finished," Jihad said. "We have met many times with the concerned parties because the companies have faced significant difficulties when it comes to residency permits, visas and medical tests. We tried to facilitate the entrance of their staff.”

    He then added, “We noted that facilities granted to these companies in other countries are many. It is, however, a different story in Iraq. We are still at the first steps of the road to understanding the nature of the work of these companies. We have to provide facilities in all fields, give up on bureaucracy and launch campaigns in all state departments to develop the investment [sector].”

    Despite this, Jihad affirmed that “the number of foreign workers in foreign companies operating in Iraq is minor in comparison to the number of Iraqis. Iraq stipulated in the contracts [granted to these companies] that they must rely on national staff by up to 85%,” affirming that “this is actually being implemented.”

    The Iraqi parliament is trying to distance itself from the issue of the facilities required by foreign companies in terms of their workers’ entrance and residency permits.

    Kassem Meshkati, a member of the parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee, told Al-Monitor, “The mission of the parliament is restricted to monitoring deals and passing laws. Facilitating residency permits and granting visas are part of the field of competence of the executive power.”

    Meshkati also said, “In Iraq, we are still adhering to centralization and are prisoners to this concept. We do not believe that investment is a strong support for the economy.” He explained, “According to economic market theory, investment plays a leading role in economic activities. A developed and prosperous economy cannot exist without a factor that attracts investment.”

    “There are some factors that could attract investment — including tax exemptions, customs fees and facilities that are offered to these companies, in addition to the provision of infrastructure. Iraq is providing none of these,” he continued.

    On the security level, Iraq’s Interior Ministry said, “The procedures to acquire a visa and residency permit in Iraq are clear.” Interior Ministry spokesman Saad Maan told Al-Monitor, “In general, our procedures are clear in terms of granting residency permits and visas. [It is done] according to specific mechanisms,” explaining that “there is a special mechanism for granting visas to investors and journalists, which simplifies many of the stages.” He did not, however, reveal the nature of this mechanism.

    Omar al-Shaher is a contributor to Al-Monitor’s Iraq Pulse. His writing has appeared in publications including France’s Le Monde, Iraq's Alesbuyia, Egypt’s Al-Ahaly and the Elaph website. He previously covered political and security affairs for Iraq's Al-Mada newspaper.


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    The specter of war in Iraq frustrates Britain plans to participate in a strike on Syria
    30-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    LONDON (Reuters)

    Unsuccessful attempts Thursday night, British Prime Minister David Cameron to join a possible military strike on Syria after the British Parliament objected in principle to the request of the government permits to take such a step.

    In defeat shameful leader British perhaps dissipated hopes of re-election in 2015 and harm relations close ties between the United States and Britain failed to Cameron and his coalition government to get parliamentary approval on a proposal that would have to allow, in principle, military action against Syria, and the result of the polling 285 against 272 votes .

    Commentators said that this is the first time that losing the head of the British government vote on participation in the war since 1782 when he admitted the then parliament actually America's independence through the ballot opposed wage more battles to crush the rebellion.

    Cameron said, speaking to members of parliament after the vote that he does not seek to override the will of parliament, "It is clear to me that the British Parliament, which reflects the views of the British people do not want to see military action, Britain .. I realize that the government will act accordingly."

    He added, "I can not give it emphasis., I believe strongly the need for a strict response to the use of chemical weapons, but I also believe in respecting the will of the House of Commons."

    In later said British Defense Secretary Philip Hammond said the United States - a key ally - will feel disappointed that Britain "will not participate."

    He added, "I do not expect that the non-participation of Britain will stop any work."

    But he told BBC television "certainly will confer a degree of tension on the relationships of privacy" in a reference to relations with Washington.

    U.S. officials pointed out that President Barack Obama might be willing to foot on a limited action against Syria, even without the support of Washington's allies but did not take a final decision in this regard yet.

    The permanent members of the UN Security Council had held inconclusive discussions on the draft Council resolution authorizing "the use of all kinds of force necessary" to respond to the alleged attack with chemical weapons on the part of the Syrian government.

    Cameron put the defeat in parliament question marks about Britain's position as a traditional reliable military ally of the United States, a role that Cameron sought hard to entrench also highlights the extent of the bitterness of the estate carried by Britain on the burden as a result of its involvement in the Iraq war in 2003, despite the passage of the contract.

    Cameron said in this context, "I deeply understand the lessons learned from previous conflicts, particularly the deep concern in the country resulting from the error committed in the Iraq war in 2003."

    He said British finance minister George Osborne said on Friday that the British government's defeat in parliament ballot would raise a debate about whether London still seeking to play a pivotal role in the world.

    Osbon told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) "will be the process of soul-searching at the national level on our role in the world and if Britain wants to play a major role in strengthening the international system."

    In response to a question that was defeated Cameron government in the ballot would damage the alliance of London with the United States, "there is some exaggeration in this matter during the four hours and twenty years. Relationship with the United States are old and very deep and works on several levels."

    On Thursday, the British government also published a legal opinion was received and said it appears that legally have the right to take military action against Syria, even if it blocked the UN Security Council this procedure.

    As published intelligence information about a chemical weapons attack in Syria last week, saying that there is no doubt in the occurrence of this attack and it was "very likely" that the Syrian government is responsible for it if there is information to demonstrate this.

    A copy of the report on the legal position of the British government, "If you block the move took place in the Security Council will still be allowed to Britain under international law to take extraordinary measures to reduce the size of the grave humanitarian catastrophe in Syria."

    The report added that in such circumstances, "the military intervention to hit specific targets for the purpose of deterrence and disable any other similar attacks would be necessary and proportionate, and then it would be legally justified."

    A letter from the chairman of the Joint Committee of the British intelligence that "there is no reasonable alternative scenarios" is a scenario that forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad is mounted the attack with chemical weapons in Damascus.

    He added, "We also have toll limited but increasing intelligence information that supports the judgment that the system is launched and that attacks by opposition to expel from strategic areas in Damascus."

    (Preparation Mohammed Hmaimi Arab Bulletin - Edit Suha Gado)

    Andrew Osborne and Jay Volkon the Bridge


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    The Iraqi Supreme Court Annuls Article 23 of the Provincial Elections Law Regarding Kirkuk
    by Reidar Visser

    Somewhat in the shadow of the recent decision by the Iraqi federal supreme court to strike down a law limiting the terms of the prime minister, another crucial decision has been taken by the court in relation to the disputed city of Kirkuk.

    Technically speaking, this latest decision consists of a ruling that deems one article of the provincial elections law from 2008 unconstitutional. The article in question is number 23, which stipulated arrangements of quotas and power-sharing in the local government as well as a procedure whereby a parliamentary committee would arrive at special electoral arrangements for Kirkuk, which has not held local elections since January 2005. These stipulations have now been struck down, reportedly after a complaint from the Kurds filed only a month ago.

    Since the court decision itself remains unpublished, exactly as in case of the ruling on the terms of the prime minister, we may only second guess the courtís rationale for acting the way it has. However, the most likely official reasoning for striking down the law could relate to the courtís past official dislike of quota arrangements, which it considered before the great debate on the parliamentary elections law in 2009 when Kirkuk was also an issue. According to the court, the only quota arrangements that are sanctioned by the Iraqi constitution are for women as well as minorities Ė and crucially, the latter means minorities only when they are very small minorities that would risk no representation at all if quotas were abolished. There is of course a special irony if the argument against quotas is now being used in Kurdish favour in Kirkuk, since the Kurds have been the most consistent advocates of quotas in Iraqi politics since the 1990s.

    There is an historical and symbolic dimension to the cancellation of article 23 that should not be lost upon us. That article, when it was passed in 2008, represented some sort of pinnacle to the Sunni-Shiite reconciliation in the name of Iraqi nationalism that eventually opened the space for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to temporarily achieve some distance from Iran. Article 23 was fought over for many months, mainly with opposition from the Kurds and ISCI. Now it is gone.

    This is sufficiently dramatic that it is difficult to study the decision by the court away from Iraqís and indeed the regions political complications as a result of the Syria crisis. Why is the pro-Maliki court suddenly issuing a ruling that is so clearly in the favour of the Kurds? In the past, the supreme court has not been particularly supportive of the Kurds, and for example rejected the idea of linking the Iraqi census to article 140 regarding the final status of Kirkuk and other disputed territories.

    Could it be that the pressures of the Syria conflict have made it more important for Maliki than before to have good relations with the Kurds? Could it be that Iran also favours an even stronger Shiite-Kurdish alliance in Iraqi politics? With the increasing targeting of Kurds by Al-Qaeda friendly elements in Syria, the maintenance of a Shiite-Kurdish alliance may perhaps seem more important and achievable to Maliki than before.

    There are regional complexities to take into consideration as well: Kurdish-Sunni rapprochement in recent years has been associated with Turkey, Barzani of the KRG and Nujayfi and Allawi of the Sunni-secular Iraqiyya . By way of contrast, Kurdish-Iranian rapprochement has been linked to President Talabani, Vice-President Khuzaie, PUK, PKK and Syrian Kurds generally. Barzaniís credibility as a Kurdish leader is increasingly under pressure from his alliance with Turkey which seems to do nothing to protect Syrian Kurds from atrocities by Al-Qaeda friendly elements.

    Kurdish interests in post-2003 Iraq were first focused on grand settlements on Kirkuk and oil, and more recently on revising administrative boundaries. Maybe this recent change of status of Kirkuk elections arrangements through a court ruling represents a more mundane and achievable bargain with Maliki?

    Reidar Visser | Friday, 30 August 2013 11:19 at 11:19 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/pBkdV-10W

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    Kirkuk branch official of the Iraqi Turkmen Front, a professor Qasim Qzhangy denouncing the Federal Court decision on the cancellation of the first and second paragraphs of Article (23)

    Published by: Torkmen Elim 19 minutes ago in News Ili Turkmen , News Add Comment

    Kirkuk, Branch 23 official

    We condemn and strongly to the Federal Court decision to call it off first and second paragraphs of Article (23) of the Act 36 of 2008, because this article is an effort to representatives of the Iraqi people in Alldorath previous and all parties Turkmen and Arab, Kurdish and spectra Other accepted and chosen for this article because it is a road map to resolve the issue of Kirkuk.

    And there is no constitutional or legal justification gives the right of the Federal Court to cancel paragraph of this article and frankly decision is a political and regret that comes from that court had to take care of than others in achieving political stability and balance in Kirkuk. And that the Court bear all the consequences of it and especially "upset the balance between the components of the province.

    We assure that the city of Kirkuk a special status and joint management to ensure the success and stability and to participate all the components ...

    Information Office

    Iraqi Turkmen Front

    Branch Kirkuk


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    Jubouri: Article 23 remains not canceled because it represents a road map to resolve the issue of Kirkuk
    Thursday, August 29 / August 2013 13:39

    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} Kirkuk's Arabs announced Thursday the invalidity of the Kurdistan Alliance's remarks on abolition of Article 23 by the Federal Supreme Court, noting that "this article remain effective and in effect بفقراتها the task and not, as you claim."

    The MP said Kirkuk's Arabs Omar al-Jubouri said in a statement received by the agency {Euphrates News} copy of "everyone heard a statement deputies Kurdistan Alliance has announced مستبشرين repeal of Article 23 of Kirkuk by the Federal Supreme Court, they claim, and in that time we have issued a statement in response to the مستنكرين that decision does not deny that all Iraqis are keen on the identity of Kirkuk in the forefront of them Arabs of Kirkuk surprised what percentage of those Representatives of the Federal Supreme Court. "

    He noted, "We are after the brief us on the decision Mahmkh, we bled human to Kirkuk's Arabs and all the sons of the Iraqi people that the Federal Supreme Court did not repeal Article 23 and Article remain effective and valid بفقراتها task and the most important of these paragraphs is paragraph V. which emphasizes the need not to prejudice the future of Kirkuk of Administrative and the political and constitutional as well as the seventh paragraph, which obliges the House of Representatives of the need legislation of a special law for Kirkuk Provincial Council elections. "

    He Jubouri said, "As the Court's decision in the foundation did not object to the principle of power-sharing contained in the first paragraph {canceled} in terms of substance and the subject, but stressed the unconstitutionality of the infinite power-sharing only among the key components of the three was seen as a disregard for the other components, and that the decision did not object to the functions of the audit committee records souls, including voter registration, but his objection focused on the size of the representation of the ingredients in the Committee referred to formed in paragraph II {canceled} also, where received a components of Kirkuk's three main considered inventory tasks ingredients only major disregard for the other components with that paragraph engaged one representative for the fourth component. "

    He Jubouri that "the Court has thought that Article 23 had ignored the rights of fourth component which is not considered a major because the nature of its size of population to Atattiyh this feature, so the rights of representation in the House of Representatives and the provincial council has always been through niche guaranteed by law," and we are sure that the Iraqi legislature will turn to the contents contained in the court's decision when the final texts of power-sharing and the Audit Committee when enacted the law on the Kirkuk Provincial Council elections. "

    He stressed "the deputies of the Kurdistan Alliance to exercise precision in their statement after they have briefed enough on the decision the Federal Supreme Court in order to يجنبوا themselves failures and يجنبوا political scene more complications so it is our duty to note that it is not true as stated in their statement about the cancellation of Article 23 and it remains to represent a road map to resolve the issue of Kirkuk that article, which is a win-win situation nationally achieved in the previous session. "

    He demanded Jubouri Electoral Commission that "no elections are held Kirkuk, but under a special law as specified in paragraph VII of Article 23 in force and assure that all stated in the statement of the Kurdistan Alliance referred untrue and very far away from what stated in the court's decision and thus all the requests contained in the The statement considered invalid because it is without legal basis, as demand Presidency of the Council of Representatives to the need to expedite the enactment of the law on elections of Kirkuk to ensure the stability of this province We also recommend that the province can not be identity, but Iraqi and self-determination can not be the only nationally because it is symbol of unity they represent a national mini-Iraq ". ended


  10. #10
    Liberal parliamentary refuses to pass laws in one basket during the remaining period of the Parliament
    Thursday, August 29 / August 2013 14:41

    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} Liberal bloc in Parliament rejected the rhetoric of some political blocs on the Parliament sought to approve all laws during the period remaining in the one basket.

    A member of the bloc MP Hussein al-Sharifi said in a statement to his press office received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it on Thursday he was "not of logic that recognizes all the laws in one basket, as expressed, there are laws different from the blocks and there are laws that serve the interests of parties and blocks factional at the expense of the Iraqi people. "

    It takes the Iraqis on the political forces and parliamentary blocs, giving priority to the interests of the party and factional and regional on the interest of the people and يستدلون it delayed the adoption of important laws that relate the details of the lives of citizens because of the lack of agreed and even in the slider mechanism, where some see the possibility of scrolling style basketball per IE with other laws, while others believe it should be agreed upon individually.

    He Sharifi said that "there are laws that is important and not serve the Iraqi people, therefore it can not be voted basket of one," adding that "the mass confirms its categorical rejection to such an order," and urged "to show the seriousness of the largest in the passage of laws that serve the citizens, which serve the interests of the country."

    And embraces the inclusion of the House of Representatives a number of important draft laws that fall asleep there, but sleeps on the votes of deputies in the parliament as if waiting to wake her service to the people and tossing paragraphs in front of parliamentarians to يناقشوها and vote them and pass laws without delay more or migrate to the next parliamentary session.


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