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Ameri-Maliki and discuss the strengthening of the rule of law to be strong parliamentary bloc

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Ameri-Maliki and discuss the strengthening of the rule of law to be strong parliamentary bloc







11/13/15

The secretary general of the Badr Organization, Hadi al-Amiri and president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, the need to support the popular crowd and armed and equipped, in search of "strengthening" the rule of law to be "strong parliamentary bloc" to legislate laws.
Amery said in a speech on the sidelines of a meeting with a delegation headed by State of Law coalition leader, Nouri al-Maliki, held last night at the headquarters of the Badr Organisation in Baghdad, "We discussed several issues, including the security file and the war on Daash political situation, financial services and crisis."
Al-Ameri added, "We aim to further such meetings in order to clear the air," he continued, "it was also discussed strengthening the rule of law as a premise that from which we are strong parliamentary bloc capable of laws that serve the legislation of this country."
For his part, al-Maliki said, "We visited with a group of leaders and the House of Representatives in state law, our brothers in the Badr Organization to congratulate them victory jihad and the role they are playing in the battlefields to confront Daash," noting, "We all agreed the analysis and follow-up on the need to sustain this effort, and we all stand behind The crowd and the popular support for the armed and equipped. "
Maliki said, "We have also agreed on other issues related to the budget legislation and laws," hoping that "we have other meetings to consolidate the status of understanding from which we move towards a broader perspective in order to save the political process and maintain its momentum."
Iraq has been an extraordinary security situation, as military operations continue to expel "Daash" of areas where the spread, as the international coalition carried out air strikes targeting the organization sites in those areas expect casualties in its ranks.

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