Law State: Thursday's bombing will not delay the convening of the fourth meeting of the National Conference Committee

Saturday, 25 February 2012 09:09

Shafaq News/ The coalition of law state, confirmed on Thursday, that the bombings of today, witnessed by most of the provinces of the country will not delay the convening of the fourth meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the National conference to be held between the leaders of political blocs, pointing out that the bombings were aimed to prevent holding the meeting of today.
It is scheduled that the preparatory committee for the national conference to hold its fourth meeting on Thursday to determine the issues to be discussed by the political forces in the national conference.
The MP of the law state coalition Ibrahim al-Rikabi said in an interview with "Shafaq News" that "neighboring countries and other regional parties are monitoring strongly the Iraqi political scene and what will appear from the situation in the country, especially that the political blocs reached to a semi-agreement to resolve disputes and outstanding issues between them."
"these countries have agendas that they are trying to implement in Iraq, including the failure of the outcome of the meetings and the meetings that took place between the leaders and representatives of the blocs and to eliminate the political process in the country," He said ,noting that " some provinces witnessed bombings to target today's meeting of the Preparatory Committee" .
"The Preparatory Committee is continuing to hold its fourth meeting and those attempts will not delay it ," He added noting that "The Preparatory Committee will unite the demands of the blocs in a single sheet in preparation for the national meeting."
The Vice President of the Republic Khudair Khuzaie has expressed optimism for the positive results reached by the Preparatory Committee at its third meeting, he counted the results as an indicator for the success of the National Congress, whose date of holding was not determined until now.
The security sources reported on Thursday that a number of the victims have been killed or wounded in a series of bombings and armed attacks against Baghdad and a number of central and northern provinces.