Deputy: different views within the National Alliance on general amnesty
Tuesday, 1 December 2015
announced the MP for the National Alliance Razak Mahabs, Tuesday, that there are different views on the general amnesty law within the coalition, as pointed out that the majority within the coalition agree not violate the law and the Iraqi constitution. He Mahabs in an interview with Alsumaria's News, The "There are different views within the National Alliance on the draft of the amnesty law," adding that "the unification of these destinations possible point of view one after making the amendments to the draft law."

He Mahabs, that "the majority within the coalition agreed that the project is compatible Law with the Constitution and the law and preserve the national interest to the Supreme Court of the country and achieve national reconciliation and prevents the inclusion of terrorists with blood on their hands the blood of Iraqis". He announced a coalition of state law, the Sabbath (November 14, 2015), all conditions of approval general amnesty law, while noting that there are political parties are trying to expand the coverage of the amnesty to include terrorism suspects. The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, in August 12, 2015, that the amnesty law is not far from the campaign reform that the government and parliament coincided to initiate them, calling on authorities concerned to interact with the draft general amnesty law in a suit with "reformist courage" that characterized by this stage. The MP from the National Coalition Kadhim al-Shammari, that the large number of exceptions in the current draft of the amnesty law Avrgth of real content, noting that the law in its current form not only contributes to remove the 1% of the prisoners.