Deputy for the National: National Guard law will not pass in its current form
9/25/2015
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MP for the National Alliance honest frankincense, that the project of the National Guard Law "will not pass in its current form."
He said chewing gum told all of Iraq [where], that "before the law leads to fragmentation and partition of Iraq, so it will not pass in its current form."
"The position of the National Alliance Guard law, stresses the need to keep each paragraph pour into the incision Iraq's unity and indivisible."
He pointed out that the frankincense "restore law to the government of The Presidency of the Council of Representatives, As for the National Alliance, I am one of the interlocutors about the law, but do not spend as it deems consistent with the coalition and the unity of Iraq."
It was the Presidency of the Council of Representatives member Hamoudi is on the eighth of September of this, withdrew the draft National Guard Law of the parliamentary agenda, until a necessary by amendments so as not to overdo security accomplishments of the crowd People and security forces and preserve their rights and be legally acceptable to all, in line Salim al-Jubouri, with the Speaker of Parliament. According to a parliamentary source.
The Hamoudi stressed on the ninth of September, that the House "will not vote on the draft law of the National Guard has not kept pace with the size of the victories achieved by the popular crowd and security forces and preserves their full rights." The MP for the National Alliance Abbas chart, hinted legislation of a special law for the sons of the popular crowd to save their rights, explaining to [where], that "the law of the National Guard 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 ".

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