British MPs angry at the postponement of the report on Iraq war
BAGHDAD / .. across British MPs, Wednesday, expressed anger at the postponement of publication of the official report on the Iraq war in 2003 until after the elections.
The head of the commission of inquiry, Sir John Chilcot, "It is not reasonable," the report was published before May 7 next election.
He described the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, the postponement as "incomprehensible", while across the former Tory leader, Yin Dnkon, "disappointed" about the news.
Sir John will face a parliamentary committee about the postponement questions.
And sent a Conservative MP, Sir Richard Ottaway, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the House of Commons, a letter to Sir John about the case, asked him about the reason for the postponement of the publication of his report.
In a letter addressed to Sir John to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, said that "significant progress" happened since the last assessment, but the granting of the right of reply to people who have been subjected to criticism, requires more time.
He did not say "period of time" to finish the work, but it may take several months.
Cameron responded that he wished color that report was published, the previous government and criticized the lack thereof.
The Committee began its investigation in 2009, and held its first session in 2011.
The Committee discussed the reasons for intervention in Britain invaded Iraq led by the United States in 2003, and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime, then the subsequent payment of the British troops to stay in Iraq until the 2009 conflict.
Clegg said that the prevailing idea when public opinion is the delay caused by those who have been subjected to criticism.
"The people waited for this report is enough, and you will wonder not to publish before the date announced."
Although the investigation committee did not set a timetable for the publication of the report, but the work was delayed several times because of disagreements about the documents that should Aatmadha.anthy / 5
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