Tut and approve the new parliament to declare a state of emergency in the country
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Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad: Expect vice chairman of the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary Iskandar and berries, Saturday, to give the government the mandate of the new parliament to declare a state of emergency in the country.
Said Tut's "Tomorrow's Press," that "after the failure of the current parliament, giving the government the powers of security and wide to stave off the deterioration of security experienced by some areas of the country than expected and in accordance with the new alliances to give the new parliament next government Tovid full powers to security wider, including declaring a state of emergency, if security situation continues as it is, without a positive evolution of security. "
And between Tut that "there is overwhelming consensus of most of the blocks to prevent sedition and drive the terrorists and this can only be achieved through a law that allows the government to exercise acts of security and wide to enable them to expel terrorist groups by all means security available and identified by law and international custom, without overtaking them in any way" .
He and berries that "the current situation requires a serious stand not only from the government alone, but of the political blocs because terrorism knows no political or debate or the law or the Constitution will make Iraq a subsidiary of orientations so must everyone to be present and supportive of each step expel terrorism from the country."
The organization Daash may impose its control over the northern city of Mosul, the center of the province of Nineveh, (405 km north of Baghdad), on June 10, 2014, and seized the security headquarters where the airport, and was released thousands of detainees, which led to he married hundreds of thousands of families of the city to neighboring regions and the Kurdistan region, also extended Activity Daash to Salahuddin and Kirkuk.