Parliamentary Defense: Ebadi agreed to draft conscription law

02/15/2016 (00:01 pm)

 BAGHDAD / long-Presse

Revealed the security committee of parliamentary, on Sunday, the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi agreed on a draft conscription law, as pointed out to the majority of the committee members agree on the draft law.

The committee member said Iskandar and berries in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Commission has taken steps mission on the wording of a draft compulsory military service law, "noting that" the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, agreed to the draft, where the Commission is waiting returned to it for necessary action. "

He and berries," the majority of committee members agree on the need for a compulsory military service. " , pointing out that "component of the Sunni representatives agreed on the need for legislation such as that law was not only the arrival drafted by the Council of Ministers for discussion and approval," left.

He was a member of the Security and defense Committee in Parliament, Iskandar and berries, it was revealed during a press conference held at his office in Babil province, attended by (long-Presse ), in (the 28th of January 2016), for the Committee's further consideration of the draft compulsory service law for submission to the presidency of the parliament.

He and berries during the conference that "the Commission continues to study the compulsory service law for submission to the presidency of the Council of Representatives after considering all aspects."

He and berries, "the armed forces and the popular crowd have achieved major victories on the battlefield as it continues its operations to purge all regions," calling to "equip the armed forces with modern equipment."

The accused and berries, some countries "led attack barbaric led war against Iraq, and with the help of the organization Daash terrorist to destroy the country's infrastructure according diabolical scheme. "

He was following the compulsory military service system in Iraq before 2003, but was canceled after the US invasion disbanding of the army ordered the civil administrator, Paul Bremer, Iraq, where he currently follows the voluntary service system.