National calls Gov't send Conscription Law to Parliament 10/23
National calling on the government to speed up the sending conscription law to parliament
MP for the National Coalition Kadhim al-Shammari, on Friday, the Council of Ministers to speed up the completion of a draft conscription law and send it to parliament for a vote, noting that the law has to be attached in support of reconciliation and restore national cohesion.
Shammari said in a statement received, the agency news today, a copy of which, "The focus of the political parties during the last period was focused on the completion of the National Guard Law, but because of the great differences between those parties and the difficulty of passing the law during the coming period, the spotlight in the current stage conscription law has become necessary. "
Shammari said, that "there is almost a break between our young people in the provinces as a result of the lack of communication between them as it was previously in universities or compulsory military service, creating a kind of poor communication was the circumstances and the primary fuel source to feed the sectarian sedition, therefore, the re-integration of our youth in conscription will restore communication between them, not to mention its role in the absorption of unemployed youth in addition to the construction of the power of youth to reserve in the event that the country's emergency entry through terrorist organizations, as happened with Daash or any external aggression. "
He said al-Shammari, "The Council of Ministers demands and within steps of national reconciliation to speed up legislation conscription law and send it to Parliament with a view to approval, to be the right spirit to restore cohesion between the components of the people and is a suspicion that talk about the lack of balance within the military."
He considered the invitation bloc, on Thursday (October 15, 2015) that the adoption of conscription law has become necessary, calling on the government and the House of Representatives to speed up passage of the law.
The National Accord Movement, led by Iyad Allawi called on Thursday (10 September 2015), the legislation and implementation of the conscription law, arguing that the Act legislation would end all manifestations of factionalism and regionalism.