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    Jubouri , the Iranian minister of intelligence: there are efforts to achieve comprehensive reform in coordination with other parties

    Author: HH
    Editor: HH
    14/05/2016 14:50
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    Long-Presse / Baghdad
    The head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, said on Saturday that there are actively seeking to achieve comprehensive reform in coordination with other parties, and called for more coordination and cooperation between the countries of the region to promote regional stability, as pointed out that the stability of Iraq is the basis linked to institutions legislative and private
    Information Office of the Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri said in a statement received, (long-Presse), a copy of which, "The Speaker of Parliament, received, today, the Minister of Security of Iran (of intelligence) Mahmoud Alavi and his accompanying delegation," noting that "During the meeting, they reviewed the latest developments in Iraq and the region. "

    He said al-Jubouri Office that "the two sides stressed the importance of Iraq's role in the security system, regional stability, which calls for greater coordination and cooperation," adding that "it was stressed that steps to stabilize Iraq linked to the basis of re-life of its institutions, particularly the legislative institution for the advancement its role and complete its march towards the achievement of comprehensive reform. "

    The statement quoted al-Jubouri assertion that "there are actively seeking to achieve cooperation and coordination with other parties."

    The thousands of demonstrators Sadrist movement stormed, (thirtieth of April 2016), the Green Zone and the building of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, the center of Baghdad, to protest against the lack of comprehensive reforms, ministerial and change, and besieged parliament officials and some lawmakers after the destruction of the Council courtroom furniture.

    The storming of the Green Zone, minutes after the declaration of the Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr, during a press conference last Saturday as well, the province of all politicians and rejected "Majalsthm" Whatever demands without "radical reform", and as he emphasized that the "waiting for major popular uprising and popular revolution Great ", counting the people is the only one on the selection of their own destiny." As for the quota system to keep or drop the whole government. "

    It is noteworthy that the three presidencies and political blocs condemned, in the (first of May 2016), to break into the Green Zone by the demonstrators, and decided to "intensify" their meetings to reach a "radical reform", while threatened Kurdish blocs to reconsider their participation in the political process, after what He described the storming of the protesters as "painful blow" to the political process, counting the head of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, that the achievement of the ministerial change "can not be achieved in an atmosphere of threats and occupation of the parliament, calling for a" re prestige of the state. "

    Iraq, Iran, and associated post-2003 political and close economic ties, after the rupture between the two countries following the eight-year war waged by countries in the eighties of the last century, accusing the Iraqi politicians Iran of being behind numerous acts of violence carried out inside Iraq, through its support to some of the armed groups and equipped with weapons and explosives, but the government and the National Alliance deny it.

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