A member of the parliamentary security: We'll go to the mandatory service in the absence of agreement on the National Guard Law

[Baghdad - where] the security and defense committee member of the parliamentary Nayef al-Shammari said, that the House will go to the project compulsory military service law, in the absence of blocs to reach agreement on the Law of the National Guard. Al-Shammari, told all of Iraq [where], that "the political blocs until now did not reach an agreement on the National Guard Law, and I think there will be intensive meetings and the hope of the blocks to reach agreement and any way they reach a dead end, all members of the House of Representatives to go to the project compulsory military service law. "The Al-Shammari said that" compulsory service law serves all Iraqis, regardless of component, nationalism and conservatism, leads to cohesion and national and we can through building military establishment on professional and efficient basis and be a citizen service for all Iraqis, regardless of affiliation to a component or province ".
He pointed out that" the National Guard Law within close political agreement, and security and defense committee held several sessions each more than four hours long session, was lifted this law to the Presidency ", stressing that" there are a moot point substantially in the National Guard Law can not the political blocs resolved so far.
"He continued Shammari said" formats is that there are those who say that the form of the National Guard of the people of the province, while others say that it is the people and the sticking point core.
"It was the Presidency of the Council of Representatives member Hamoudi is on the eighth of September this, withdrew the draft law from a sense of national parliamentary agenda, until it make the necessary adjustments so as not to overdo security accomplishments of the popular crowd and security forces and preserve their rights and be legally acceptable to all, in line with Parliament Speaker Salim al. According to a parliamentary source.
The Hamoudi stressed on the ninth of September, that the House "will not vote on the draft National Guard law unless kept pace with the size of the victories achieved by the crowd People and security forces and preserves their full rights."
The National Alliance MP Abbas chart, hinted legislation a special law for the sons of the popular crowd to save their rights, explaining to [where], "The National Guard Law must do justice to the sons of the popular crowd and if they are not treated fairly we will be forced to legislation of their own law preserves the rights and honors their martyrs as well as the estimated values ​​the sacrifices and efforts" .