Speaker of Parliament renews its call to the approval of the National Guard Law 8/19
Speaker of Parliament renews its call to the approval of the National Guard Law to support the people of Anbar and Nineveh
Author: BS, HH, MK
Editor: BS, HH
19.8.2015 eleven thirty-two a.m.
Long-Presse / Baghdad
New House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri on Wednesday, calling the political blocs to approve the National Guard Law in the coming period, and said the law will protect the rights of the fighters who will run in the decisive battle for the Liberation of Anbar province, calling for greater support to the fighters of Al-Anbar, including contributing to speed up the liberalization of the province of Daash.
Jubouri said in a speech during the liberation of Anbar conference held at the Rashid Hotel in central Baghdad and attended (range Press), he said that "Iraq's leaders and representatives of friendly countries came today to announce their support for the people of Anbar and stand with them in this historic battle, and you are on the line for the manufacture of a state of mobilization organized and professional. "
The new al-Jubouri, "demanding greater support for the people of Anbar and provide all the objective conditions for this victory, particularly the approval of the National Guard Law, which constitutes the foundation block to save the rights of the fighters who will run this interval battle."
He said the President of the House of Representatives, that "this invitation is for all the political blocs to support the approval of the National Guard Law urgently as one of the most important means of support and cushions not for the people of Anbar, but to the people of Nineveh, who are preparing in conjunction with the people of Anbar to edit their wallets from Daash".
The Anbar province has seen heavy fighting and control organization Daash to most cities of the province, including Ramadi and Fallujah and western regions and the loss of hundreds of dead and wounded among the military and police and civilians during confrontations.