Abadi: pushing to pass the anti-terrorism device parliamentary law


Description Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Saturday, a counter-terrorism to "disciplined force", stressing that it "respected by all Iraqis." As called for the removal of this force and all other security forces from politicization, confirmed work to pass the law and pressure device for approval in parliament.
He said the Information Office of the Prime Minister, in a statement received (range Press) copy of it, "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited the leadership of the anti-terrorism headquarters and met with the Prime device and its leaders."
The statement quoted Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi as saying that "the fight against terrorism device succeeded in proving his strength on the ground and achieve victories over the enemy," adding "the importance of maintaining the vitality of the device and strengthened as essential to the Iraqi state."
Abadi said that "a vital and essential device in the security system, which is generally terrorism strike force and the general resilience of the enemy is re-confidence being a security system to defend all Iraqis, regardless of affiliation, religion, sect and nationalism."
And between the prime minister said "the importance of this device comes from the first two principles of higher training and the second commitment laws," describing it as "disciplined force that is respected by all Iraqis."
Abadi and called for "the removal of the device and all other security forces from politicization and maintain its independence and that its management be linked to a central", and expressed his surprise at the "attempt of some to create a state of conflict, conflict and problems between the security forces and volunteers of the heroes of the popular crowd, as well as between the security forces themselves."
The commander of the armed forces need to "work to pass the anti-terrorism law and push for approval in parliament," pointing out that "the device has a key role in our condition in light of the current external and internal challenges."
He said al-Abadi support the government of the device "in support of the security of the system and the homeland and the citizen", calling for "the growing interest in gaining intelligence side of citizens." He praised the "sacrifices made by the machine," stressing the importance of "the families of martyrs and wounded care."