US pressure on al-Abadi: Atadmj to the popular crowd with National Guard 9/1
US pressure on al-Abadi: Atadmj to the popular crowd with National Guard
01/09/2015 18:21 pm (Baghdad time)
Special scales News
An informed political source in the alliance of the Iraqi forces, Tuesday, that the major political blocs continue discussions to reach understandings on the formation of National Guard troops, stressing that America intervene directly and strong pressure on Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to abandon convert popular crowd to the National Guard.
The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity for / scales News / "America intervene directly and strong pressure on al-Abadi and the National Alliance to abandon their demand to convert the popular crowd forces into a national guard forces," pointing out that "there is a quick understandings between the political blocs of for law legislation in the next few days. "
He informed political source said that "the main points of contention between the National Alliance, and the Alliance of Iraqi forces and the Kurdistan Alliance is the way of the formation of these forces from across the provinces or from the forces formed in the same province any of its sons," noting that "there are other differences is to arm the Guard National as America seeks to arm the Kurds and Sunnis away from the federal government. "
The "Legal Committee member of the parliamentary Salim Chawki said L / scales News /, on Tuesday, that the current period sponsor agreement to pass the National Guard Law in the coming sessions," noting that "differences in views between the National Alliance and the Union of Forces blocked a vote on the law ".
It is said that "MP for the coalition of state law Rubaie threatened to reject the National Guard law and return it to the government if not carried out the needs of the popular crowd," and accused the government of "implicate" the House of Representatives the draft law. "
The "House of Representatives to postpone the discussion of the bill to the National Guard on Monday of next week," .anthy 29 / D 24