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Jubouri and UN official discuss reforms and minority rights in the single card

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Jubouri and UN official discuss reforms and minority rights in the single card



2015/11/9


Search House Speaker Salim al Monday with Vice President of the United Nations mission in Iraq Georgi Posten government reforms and the rights of minorities in the standard card.

Jubouri and UN official discuss reforms and minority rights in the single card
A statement by his press office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of "al-Jubouri, received in his office, today deputy head of the UN mission in Iraq, and discussed with him the developments in the political process and important laws done by the House of Representatives, especially with regard to a unified national card, and the role of the international community to support Iraq in its war against terrorism.
They also discussed government reforms file and the role of Parliament in monitoring their implementation in accordance with the Constitution.
The President of the Parliament his commitment to the convergence of views between all the political parties, particularly with regard to the law consolidated the card to guarantee the rights of religious minorities in the country .
and the support of government reforms, according to the Constitution, and the need for reforms package touches the reality of living of the citizen.
For his part, Posten expressed according to the statement continued UN support for Iraq in its war against terrorism, praising the role of the Speaker of Parliament in support of government and parliamentary reforms, directed at the invitation of the President of the House of Representatives to participate in the International Day of Tolerance, to be held in Baghdad.
It will be recalled that the United Nations General Assembly called in 1996 the Member States to observe the International Day for Tolerance on November 16, and in 1995 the Member States adopted a Declaration of Principles on tolerance, including the commitment of Member States and Governments to work on advancing human welfare, freedom and progress everywhere, and to encourage tolerance, respect, dialogue and cooperation among different cultures, civilizations and peoples. End

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