Vice reveals agreement within National Alliance to "disable" adoption of Law Guard
Vice reveals agreement within the National Alliance to "disable" the adoption of the Law Guard
Alsumaria News / Baghdad - MP for the detection of the National Alliance Razak al-Haidari, Wednesday, an agreement within the National Alliance to "disable" the adoption of the Law of the National Guard at the moment, noting that approval of the law according to the demands of the National Union of powers means that the law would be a gateway to the division of Iraq.
Haidari said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "It did not get agreement within the House of Representatives to pass a law of the National Guard."
He said al-Haidari, that "there is agreement within the National Alliance to disrupt the passing of the bill this time."
He explained, "The disruption was due to the other party, which the Union of Forces who insists on its demands included in the law."
He continued, "The approval of the law according to the demands of the labor union, means that the law would be a gateway to the division of Iraq through the reinforcement according to the areas."
It is noteworthy that a member of the security and defense committee in Parliament MP Majid Ghraoui likely, on Thursday (17 September 2015), not to approve the law project of the National Guard during the current period, attributing the cause to fear that the majority of the House of Representatives that the law creates a zonal armies and the division of Iraq.