Union forces end a boycott of parliamentary sessions
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: Iraqi forces announced the Union, on Thursday, ending a boycott of meetings of the House of Representatives after the National Alliance pledged to carry out his demands, stressing that the next session of the House of Representatives Monday to witness his return.
A member of the Iraqi Forces Union, Ali Mutaiota for "tomorrow Press", "The National Alliance has vowed to respond to all the demands of the Sunni blocs in exchange for its return to the House of Representatives and end its boycott," adding that "the return of the Federation of Iraqi forces to Sessions House of Representatives will be next Monday."
He explained that "negotiations with the National Alliance and the Sunni blocs leaders focused on the national paper under which the government was formed in accordance with the timing of the specific application," pointing out that "the security, financial and political situation has become a threat to the unity of Iraq."
"The National Alliance has pledged to pass laws that are in the reconciliation and unity of the country, such as accountability and justice and the National Guard laws," stressing "the need to provide security in all the cities of the country, specifically the capital Baghdad with security conditions hazardous after the spread of gangs outlaw" .
It is noteworthy that the National Union of Iraqi forces and coalition hung from attending the meetings of the House of Representatives after the kidnapping of the Attorney Zaid al-Janabi and the killing of protection and his uncle, Sheikh Qassim al-Janabi Swidan north of the capital Baghdad.
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