Jumaili: some political blocs are working to delay the completion of laws

BAGHDAD agency news of the day - confirmed advisor Chairman of the Board of Representatives for national reconciliation and unity Jumaili, that if we give up the break wills to have achieved national reconciliation through legislation political agreement laws, noting that "there are some affiliated with the political blocs are working to break Alardat and the delay in the completion of the laws." .

Said in a statement "the agency news of the day had received" a copy of it today that "there is a set of laws and arrived at the parliament, including the National Guard and the law and the law of the prohibition of the Baath Party and the law of accountability and justice and the law of compensation for victims of justice and the law of the Federal Court Act delegated authorities and other package of laws that have been agreed Within the document the political agreement, noting that if there was the will to pass these laws and voted on in Parliament and passed the correct form that achieves the purpose of achieving the existence of this law through legislation, we would have achieved national reconciliation ".

She Jumaili that "there are those who counted on some political blocs are working to break Alardat with gain time and this delays the process of updating laws, legislation that came from the government, noting that in a time when the government says it has completed 80 percent of what it of close political agreement it It is true but it is the completion of this achievement by voting or laws, which came to Berman by government legislation as the blocs in parliament are the same in the government and therefore can blocs in the government that affect the deputies in parliament in order to pass these laws. "

The package there are disabled in the House of Representatives laws because of the different political blocs around, and was carried over to several parliamentary sessions, and most important of these laws and accountability, justice and the prohibition of the National Guard and other controversial laws defunct Baath Party Federal Court.