Mafraji: We formed the Higher Coordinating Committee to unite the opinion Sunni leade
Mafraji: We formed the Higher Coordinating Committee to unite the opinion Sunni leaders 2015-11-23 18:27:35
| (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
He attributed a member of the Alliance of Iraqi forces Khaled Mafraji, Monday, the reasons for the formation of the Higher Coordinating Committee to the need to be Sunni leaders "unified view", in what was considered the names of the committee and their posts in the state as "top and most prominent" within the Sunni representation in the political process.
Said Mafraji in an interview with Alsumaria's News, that "more of the damaged areas and components of Iraq are our areas and Mkonnena, and with the escalating crisis in the country, and the high number of refugees, and with the difficult economic situation in the country, invited us to be an opinion united not have to go to other individual and parties, "noting that" the Sunni leaders met with all its symbols, there is no Sunni leader is absent or Sunni bloc or absent Sunni province to oversee the activities of all the Sunni blocs through the top of the Coordinating Committee. "
He Mafraji, that "the Commission is not a substitute for the Alliance of Iraqi forces and the national coalition united solution and dialogue, which will hold its first meeting in Baghdad in two weeks in the presence of all its representatives," pointing out that "the names of the committee and their addresses and their posts in the state is the highest and most prominent within the Sunni representation in the political process. "
And between Mafraji, "We are beginning a new phase entitled regulation per floor, and the equal rights and duties, and we are serious in dealing with our partners in the political process, and we want this process success, stressing that" we reject totally any project in which the target for the division of Iraq and we are with the unity of Iraq. "
The leader of the coalition "united" Osama Najafi announced, on Sunday, the formation of a "supreme coordinating committee" of 13 people, especially in the governorates inhabited by Sunnis in Iraq.