Iraq is moving to pass conscription to curb the predominance of militias 2/15
Iraq is moving to pass conscription to curb the predominance of militias
Monday , February 15, 2016
The whole, analysts and experts on the Iraqi issue, the importance of the new security steps taken by the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, with respect to the security institutions of the re-political leaves are arranged in the country one hand, and the reforms that promised to implement order to stop the Iraqi situation, political and security fragile.
That and the day after his return from Germany, where he participated in a conference on security there, revealed the Commission on Security and Defence parliamentary, on Sunday, that the Abadi agreed on a draft conscription law, noting that the majority of committee members agree on the draft law.
According to a source from within the Commission, "the opponents Abadi-linked militias and the Shiite parties , they have been unable to agree on a law to disable or stand against it. " The source added that "the formulation of the final draft of the compulsory service law are almost complete, and received as the final approval of the majority of members," stressing that "the prime minister, Haidar al-Abbadi, approved by waiting for approval by the Council of Ministers, and return it to the parliamentary committee to take the necessary on them. "
And the viewpoint of the Sunni blocs in parliament leaders, the source explained that" the members of parliament of the representatives of the Sunni Arabs strongly support the adoption of compulsory service law, stressing the need for legislation such as that law, which is the guarantee of national security, sectarianism and regionalism and end in the country. "
In related context, a statement issued by the office of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, "the importance of the independence of the security services, and do not let never Ptsaasha or affiliation to any party whatsoever, and inventory linked to the location of the commander in chief of the armed forces," in reference to the dominance of Shiite militias in the security institutions .
According to private sources, the Abadi seeks to change the head of the Iraqi intelligence service Zuhair Gharbaoui (Sunni), who continued in office since 2004, although changing the four heads of government in that period.
It was Gharbaoui, which sources say that the prayers Shiite parties loyal to Iran, and an agent for the intelligence chief and controlled in the time of Muhammad Shahwani head of the agency, during the presidency of Iyad Allawi, the Iraqi government in 2014, and when it was isolated Shahwani in 2007, Gharbaoui continued his position as acting president for the intelligence service of Iraq until today.
According to international reports, to that the order of intelligence agencies in the world, put the Iraqi intelligence service, ranked 176, noting that intelligence Comoros device 173.
Confirms leaders, security key, that when Daash two provinces Aractin occupied the middle of the year 2014, two of Mosul, Salahuddin, did not know the Iraqi intelligence service and its director so only through the media.
The political analyst, Mohammad ligature pink, that "steps Abadi security, capable of isolating the armed Shiite forces, and gradually end its influence on political life, through the reintroduction of compulsory service, which abolished the American governor of Iraq, Paul Bremer in 2003".
He adds pink, that "compulsory service law at this delicate stage, comes a very important political dimensions, and pulls the rug gradually from under the feet of the militias Iran, Iraq, the first and largest project will contribute to the curb and dismantling of militias, it holds the defense of Iraq's logo, legally engage National army, otherwise it bore arms outside the legal framework, and that is what will criminalize those militias if passed. "
asserts interested in the Iraqi issue, the radical militia leaders are working through their channels and media institutions, to show the security forces the appearance of helplessness and incompetence, as well as their quest to consolidate partisan and sectarian polarization within those institutions in order to weaken it and dominate the security landscape in Iraq.