Jubouri confirms its support for the reforms in accordance with the Constitution

Alsumaria News / Baghdad - The head of parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, on Monday, his commitment to the convergence of views between all the political parties especially with regard to the single card law, and as he emphasized his support for government reforms in accordance with the Constitution and the need to touch the reality of living of the citizen, received an invitation to participate in the International Day of Tolerance.

Jubouri said Office in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "House Speaker Saleem al-Jubouri, received, today, Deputy Chief of Mission of the United Nations in Iraq Georgi Posten," explaining that "the meeting, they discussed developments in the political process and important laws done by Parliament, particularly with regard Uniform national card, and the role of the international community to support Iraq in its war against terrorism."

The al-Jubouri, according to the statement, "his commitment to the convergence of views between all the political parties especially with regard to the law consolidated the card to guarantee the rights of religious minorities in the country, stressing that" his support for government reforms, according to the Constitution, and the need for reforms package touches the reality of living of the citizen."

For his part, Posten expressed "continued United Nations support for Iraq in its war against terrorism", praising the role of the speaker of parliament in the "government and parliamentary support for the reforms."

The face-Posten invitation of the President of the House of Representatives for "participating in the International Day of Tolerance, to be held in Baghdad."

The head of the House of Representatives welcomed Saleem al-Jubouri, Friday (November 6, 2015), at the invitation of religious authority need to be in line with the government reforms the Constitution and the law, and re-examine the special privileges that had been approved during the previous parliamentary sessions.


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