Parliamentary Foreign confirms "necessary quorum" Islamic parliaments to hold a conference in Baghdad early 2016

2015-12-20 20:42:10 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Announced that the Committee on Foreign parliamentary relations, on Sunday, for the necessary quorum for the parliaments of Islamic countries conference to be in Baghdad is completed early next year in 2016, while promised that he "will unite efforts against Daash", he confirmed that Iraq will renew through which its commitment to "democratic and human rights principles." that distinguish it from some countries in the region.

A member of the committee, Abbas al-Bayati, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "more than half of the members countries of the Union of Islamic Parliaments have shown, so far, their willingness to attend the conference to be held in Baghdad early next year 2016," noting that it "achieves a quorum Legal necessary to hold the conference, especially that the road is still open to receive other approvals. "

Al-Bayati said, "The visit of the President of the Union of Arab Parliaments, Ahmed Al Jarwan, to Baghdad, was a success," noting that "Jarwan during which he met the President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Saleem al-Jubouri, and discussed with him the political and parliamentary issues."

The member of a coalition of state law, that "Jarwan expressed his willingness to attend the meeting of Islamic parliaments and support for Iraq."

For his part, he saw the other member of the Committee on Foreign Relations, Mithal al-Alusi, that "the Union of Islamic Parliaments conference in Baghdad mobilize support for Iraq against Daash gangs, and will confirm Iraq to adhere to democracy."

He said al-Alusi, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The conference involves the obvious importance of being mobilize support for Iraq against gangs against terrorist Daash," returned to "hold such conferences in Iraq it involves especially in light of calls for tearing and occupation of Iraq importance".

The head of the Umma Party, that "the most important thing will request Iraq during the conference is the need to uphold democracy and human rights, because those are the principles that distinguish it from some countries in the region."

And we raised the Parliamentary Union of the Member States of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, in the constituent conference in the Iranian capital Tehran, in (the 17th of June 1999), where the permanent headquarters.

The Union had agreed during its last meeting last year in 2014, to hold its next meeting in Baghdad.