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MP appealed Vian Dakhil, Monday, President of the Republic not to ratify Fuad Masum, the unified national card law, arguing signed participate in the "injustice least

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MP appealed Vian Dakhil, Monday, President of the Republic not to ratify Fuad Masum, the unified national card law, arguing signed participate in the "injustice least





11/9/15

He appealed to the MP Vian Dakhil, Monday, President Fuad Masum, not to ratify the unified national card law, arguing signed participate in the "oppression of minorities" Iraqi non-Muslims, called upon to return to parliament. She said an intruder in a statement Sama Baghdad received a copy of it, "The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, the signing of this law is a post from him in the oppression of the Iraqi minorities of non-Muslims, Calayzidiin and Christians, Mandaeans," emphasizing that "the President hoped to play its role in the protection of the Constitution and are not allowed to pass any law to the impact of injustice and oppression on any class of classes of people. "She said an intruder," This law has raised a lot of concern and doubts sons of the Iraqi components of non-Muslims, and represents persecution least to them, and deprived them of the rights guaranteed by the Constitution of Iraq and guaranteed by the charters and norms and international, "indicating that" passed is the wrong message to the Iraqi minorities concerned as he was the wrong message to the international community. "It is noteworthy that representatives of Representatives for minorities House of Representatives announced on Saturday (31 October 2015), suspended their attendance sessions of parliament to protest the national card law, considering that Article II law" unfair " the right of religions is Muslim. The House of Representatives voted in (27 October 2015), on the draft national card law, while the Democratic bloc Warka promised law as "unjust" the right of the components of non-Muslim, noting that it includes a clause forcing minors non-Muslims to convert to religion "coercion

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