Karbouli: Adoption conscription law would deprive forces terrorism and militia 7/27
Karbouli: Adoption of the conscription law would deprive the forces of terrorism and militia sources of strength Monday, July 27, 2015 16:11
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Detection of the security and defense committee in Parliament member Mohammed al-Karbouli , Monday, an agreement between the members of the committee on the need to urge the General Command of the Armed Forces of Tndij project conscription law and send it to parliament for legislation, as he emphasized that the adoption of the law would deprive "terrorism" forces and militias of the sources of strength.
Karbouli said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, that "re-work the compulsory recruitment is an urgent need to restructure and build an Iraqi national army strong and coherent".
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"The setbacks suffered by the Iraqi military during the past few years has revealed the size of regional conspiracies to weaken the Iraqi army, which was in fifth ranking among the strongest armies of the Middle East and the most disciplined and doctrine."
He revealed Karbouli for "agreement between the members of the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary various political Tkoanathm on the need to urge the General Command of the Armed Forces of Tndij project conscription law and send it to parliament for legislation," asserting that "the unity of Iraq and protect its sovereignty require everyone to unite to supplement the Iraqi army and national non-politicized or partisan or Emtemzhb energies Youth and Human Resources, which represents all of its components. "
He continued that "the adoption of conscription law will end the differences and Marqlat and fears approval of the National Guard Law, and will bring the Iraqi army reputation and prestige and respect, and deprives the forces of terrorism and militias and armed groups from the sources of its power, and put an end to delinquency, intellectual and militancy sectarian between Iraqi youth."
The MP for the coalition of state law Aboud Issawi earlier, called the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Haider al-Abadi, Minister of the new Defense Khalid al-Obeidi to submit a draft compulsory military service law to the Cabinet and then to the House of Representatives for approval in accordance with Article IX of the Constitution, in what was considered to recruitment compulsory is a good alternative to the proposal of the National Guard, which "will create an army regionally."