Source rule out the adoption of the National Guard Law Today 8/27
Source rule out the adoption of the National Guard Law Today
Author: HH, SSJ
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Ruled out a parliamentary source, on Thursday, the vote on the Law of the National Guard during the 16th session of Parliament, which was held today, with the cause attributed to the existence of differences on some of its paragraphs.
The source said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The members of the Parliamentary Committee on Security and Defense excluded vote on the draft law of the National Guard during the parliament of the 16th legislative term of the first year of the second legislative session, which was held today."
He attributed the source, who asked not to be named, cause to "the existence of differences between the political blocs on some paragraphs of the law."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives held on Thursday, its 16th of the legislative term of the first second legislative year, headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 220 deputies, while the agenda of the meeting included a vote on legal National Guard draft political parties and the first and second readings of the three draft laws and discuss the salaries of employees in regions controlled by the organization (Daash).
The head of the security and defense committee in the House of Representatives of quitting likely, Wednesday, (August 26, 2015), the possibility of a vote on the National Guard law during the parliamentary session to be held on Thursday, in the event of resolving points of contention, as he emphasized that the law is aimed at giving a legal cover and unconstitutional to rally public and tribal fighters and volunteers.
The new House Speaker Saleem al-Jubouri, on Wednesday, (August 19, 2015), 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 for al Anbar, including contribute to speeding up the liberalization of the province of Daash.
Council of Representatives of Iraq and ended during its 39th of the second legislative term legislative year, the first held on the 20th of May 2015, the second reading of the draft National Guard Law, as decided at its 28th, which was held in the 14th of May 2015, to postpone continue the second reading of a law on political parties .
The President of the House of Representatives, stressed, in (23 December 2014), that the legislation of the National Guard law will end the "debate" on the popular crowd and clans.