Alliance forces boycotting the government and parliament sessions
Alliance forces boycotting the government and parliament sessions and moving to a request for international protection of Iraq
01/19/2016 (21:01 pm)
It did not hold the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives sessions scheduled on Tuesday due to the boycott announced by the Federation of Iraqi forces, a major Sunni blocs, the meetings of the legislative and executive branches to protest the recent events in Muqdadiyah.
With only parliament with a speech boss Saleem al-Jubouri, the Council of Ministers did not explain its reasons for not holding.
And representatives of the Sunni provinces held a lengthy meeting on Monday evening, in the presence of a UN representative, who carried a message from al-Abadi to communities. According to members of the Union of Forces, the Abadi feet, through the UN official, Ttimanat to prosecute persons involved in acts of violence in Diyala. The meeting was attended by Hadi al-Ameri, the leader of the Badr Organization and a leading figure in the popular crowd, which in turn gave assurances to prosecute the perpetrators.
It announced the National Forces Alliance, on Tuesday, for a boycott sessions of parliament and cabinet to protest the events in Muqdadiyah spend in Diyala province, as he emphasized to proceed following the constitutional ways to request international protection of Diyala province.
The MP said Ahmed electrodes, the leader of the coalition forces (range Press), "The Congress coalition forces and representatives in the Council of Ministers decided to boycott the two sessions of the House of Representatives and the Council of Ministers to be held today (yesterday), as a message of protest to what happened in the district of Muqdadiyah," noting that " our representatives in the House of Representatives and the Council of Ministers will boycott a single session only. "
Massari said that "the coalition in the past follow the legal and constitutional ways to request international protection of Diyala province, and other provinces," adding that "coalition forces informed the United Nations representative to that request."
He called the head of the Union of Forces "to disband the militias in Diyala and lay down their arms and bear arms, however, the state, as happened in Basra, and re-displaced and compensation for damage to them, and the application and document the political agreement," adding that the document "a guarantee for national reconciliation."
The electrodes, that "the Iraqi forces alliance as a representative of the Sunni component, will pursue legal and political means to save the citizens and their property," and accused "sectarian militias known loyalty to the deployment of destruction and devastation in front of the eyes and ears of the security forces in Muqdadiyah, Diyala."
In the meantime, MP Salah al-Jubouri, a member of the Iraqi forces union said in a statement (range), "during the 48 hours held several meetings of the blocks were part of the Federation of Iraqi forces to discuss resolutions to express their condemnation and rejection of all of the security situation and the accompanying killings of citizens in Muqdadiyah. " He said al-Jubouri, the last meeting, which was held on Tuesday evening before making the decision to boycott the details, adding that "the meeting was attended by the first President of the United Nations Mission in Iraq, Jan Kubis, who was in charge of the Prime Minister to resolve the problem through the launching of its three letters he was carrying from Abadi to the Sunni blocs" .
MP for the coalition forces and added that "the content of this letter was talking about the inability of the government at the present time to rein in some of the militia movement, which began affecting the victories achieved by the Iraqi army in Al-Anbar."
He MP for the province of Nineveh, "which included the message to the Sunni component assurances that the coming days will witness the elimination of this situation and the return of life to what it was." He stressed that "these assurances Aakablha to make anything of the Sunni component because security is one of the duties of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces."
MP Mohammad Alabdrih in turn says that "the head of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri, which was attended by other Iraqi forces after the end of the meeting of the Union of visiting representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations."
He Alabdrih, told the (range), that "Ameri pledge in front of the Iraqi Federation of powers to prosecute those carrying out the killing and burning of mosques in Muqdadiyah and bring them to justice." And demanding the defense and interior ministries to arrest those involved acts of violence as they possess a list of their names.
He continues by saying a member of the Union of Forces "in the event of the arrest of Hola people will be able to access to the bodies and groups supporting them in the hope of bringing them to eliminate and resolve this problem." He said the decision to suspend Alabdrih attendance message to the government to arrest the Hola who caused all these bloody incidents in Diyala.
The Supreme Coordinating Committee, headed by Osama Najafi, recently demanded to go to the United Nations to ask for "international protection for the Arabs of the Year" in Iraq. As the leaders of the popular crowd carried the responsibility of sectarian killings and displacement, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called for the removal of politicians and MPs for "armed action".
In this context, the House of Representatives held its first session of the second legislative term. The session was limited to the word of the President of Parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, who warned of the danger in which the current in Babylon, Basra and Muqdadiyah events. He said al-Jubouri, the security situation for these provinces is a serious indication of when it becomes uncontrolled arms defies the will of the state and threaten the civil peace, and distorts the will of the State and its decisions.
The State of Law coalition stressed that the political blocs agreed with the President of the House of Representatives on the content of this word in order to calm the situation and call for a de-escalation.
Messenger said Abu Hasna, MP for the rule of law, that "the political blocs talks that took place in the past few hours with the Union forces helped calm in order to avoid this problem through the return of Iraqi forces to the Union Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives."
He said Abu Hasna (range), "the Union of Forces denounce all actions that take place in Basra and Baghdad, not just what is happening in Diyala."