"Alasaib" bloc accuses Washington of interfering in the formulation of the National Guard Law to include former officers and keep the crowd
9/14/2015
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Accused of belonging to the movement of people of the right to honest mass (Alasaib), on Monday, the US administration to intervene in the formulation of the National Guard Law for "expulsion" of the popular crowd for his leadership included former officers, while confirming that the copy of the law voted by the Council of Ministers differ from the existing copy now. Said block head Hassan Salem, during a press conference at the parliament building and attended (range Press), "The National Guard Law was the first core to accommodate the popular crowd, but the US administration intervened in its drafting," stressing that "the version voted on by the Council of Ministers differ from the version existing now. " Salem added, that "the current draft law stipulates that the leaders of the National Guard rank of lieutenant general and a graduate of the Military Academy and to be from the province exclusively," pointing out that "this bill would allow former officers to enter the National Guard and the removal of the leaders of the popular crowd."
The number of factions of the popular crowd refused, in (8 September 2015), the National Guard "fateful" law, and promised that the law "does not save the blood and the sacrifices of the crowd fighters and the resistance factions," and while confirming that the "enemies of the people" exercise pressure on the government and parliament to pass, He called on members of parliament not to pass.
The Iraqi Council of Ministers approved in February 2015, a draft of the National Guard law and referred it to the parliament for a vote.
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives, in (8 September 2015), decided to postpone the 19th session of the first legislative term of the second legislative year to Wednesday due to differences on the draft law of the National Guard.
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq lifted, in the 30th of August 2015, the meeting of the 18 of the first legislative term of the second legislative year to Tuesday, (the eighth month of September 2015), after the vote on the National Guard law until further notice, and vote on salary payments IDP areas of the organization (Daash) and an end to the second reading of three draft laws and postpone reading four laws.

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