Higher Coordinating Committee announced its intention to hold the first meeting in Baghdad next week

2015-11-30 22:36:22

| (Voice of Iraq) - Kirkuk

Announced "the Higher Coordinating Committee" which recently formed by Sunni political leaders, on Monday, its intention to hold its first meeting in Baghdad next week, while confirming that it works "team spirit and do not follow a specific leader or a leader."

A spokesman for the Committee MP Khalid Mafraji in an interview with Alsumaria's News, that his committee "is determined to hold the first formal meeting next week in Baghdad in the presence of all leaders and according to what was announced," stressing the Commission should proceed "in its project for the Liberation of our provinces of terrorist organizations and the fairness of displaced persons and reconstruction rights to their owners. "

Mafraji added that "the Supreme Coordinating Committee expresses itself as driving top of the political events in the six provinces and work as one team and not a leader or a specific leader follow, but is the head of the political action in these provinces," noting that "some of the media fell in wearing unintentional when The Commission described as a bloc party. "

The "Higher Coordinating Committee" which includes Osama Najafi and Saleem al-Jubouri and Shaalan Karim and Ahmed electrodes and Salman al-Jumaili and Saleh al-Mutlaq and Khaled Mafraji and others announced on Saturday (November 28, 2015), its intention to hold an international conference for the relief of displaced people after the "failed" the government for help, denying request or receive any financial or political assistance from either Kuwait or elsewhere.