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    Parliament decides to amend "national card" after the rejection of inerrancy.

    Parliament decides to amend "national card" after the rejection of inerrancy.


    Date: October 17, 2015



    President Fouad Massoum decided Tuesday, unified national card bill back to Parliament for review article on minorities, in response to a request from some political blocs and religious components. He stressed his keenness on consolidating the principle of citizenship and minority rights protection.

    Khaled shawani, a spokesman for the Presidency, in a statement, (range), a copy of it, that "the President Fouad Massoum request for unified national card bill back to Parliament for reconsideration of article 26 of the law", stating that "the response from the sovereignty of a number of members of the House of representatives, and representatives of a number of political blocs and religious components, social and civic personalities".
    Shawani said that "this application comes within the framework of an infallible President to consolidate the principle of citizenship and protection of minority rights in the Iraqi society, emphasizing the principles of the Constitution and other equality, justice and respect for human rights".
    So, the House voted, yesterday, on the wording of a resolution to amend article 26 of the law on national minorities card in line with the Constitution.

    A parliamentary source said in an interview with the (term), "the House version sound decision to take measures to amend the law on the national card article 26 in accordance with the Constitution and the rights of minorities in Iraqi society". Added the source, who requested anonymity, said that "the vote is a majority".
    After the decision of the House of representatives of the religious minorities, decided to end their boycott of Parliament sessions. He said yonadem we, at a joint press conference with representatives of minorities in Parliament and attended by (range), that "the Parliament voted on the decision to take all the necessary measures to amend the law of unified national card and specifically article 26 in accordance with the Constitution and the rights of minorities in society".
    And we price "position of the Presidency of the Chamber of Deputies, representatives of political blocs who voted with the majority decision", adding that "representatives of the components declared ending the boycott of House sessions and return to play our part in the House".
    United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) on Monday criticized the law national card in Iraq, pointing out that religious minorities in this law is threatened, and expressed fear the Iraqi minorities from "fate similar to Jews", stressed the need to "eliminate extremism".
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