Vice Kurdistan Alliance regretted the withdrawal of the amnesty law and is likely to be settled in the coming days
09/30/2012 01:27

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Deputy for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc, Sunday, expressed regret for the withdrawal of the draft amnesty law of the parliament's agenda, while counting repeat of this situation reflects the image of "incorrect", underlined support for the coalition to pass the bill.
said MP Mohsen Saadoun, told Aswat al-Iraq, the Kurdistan Alliance, "a student of the Presidency of Parliament days before the need to resolve the issue of the amnesty law and inserted into the agenda , "expected to" settle the issue of law in the coming days ", without specifying a date.

added Sadoun, that of "impermissible repeat if you insert the law on the agenda and then withdrawn," adding that it "reflects an inaccurate picture for the work House of Representatives in the Iraqi street. "
explained Kurdistan Alliance MP, that some blocks "demanded withdrawal of law and discussed on another occasion," without further details.
was the head of the Liberal parliamentary of the Sadrist movement, Bahaa al-Araji, called in his intervention during the meeting of the Council Representatives, last Thursday (27 September 2012 Current), the Presidency of the Council to postpone the vote on the amnesty law until canceled a materials relating to "waste of public money."
But among parliamentary many believe that the withdrawal of the bill was to avoid linking approval basket The one with the law infrastructure "controversial" which is supported by a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, which has been postponed until further notice.
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