BAGHDAD - morning
facing a demand to solve the accountability and justice categorically from the Kurdish bloc parliamentary National Alliance, especially after monitoring the Baathists who commit crimes with "Daash" gangs while Deputy for the National Bloc revealed that the mass and the Union forces towards the end a boycott of parliament sessions this week.
He expressed a member of the Coalition Kurdistan, Mohsen al-Sadoun rejected the absolute mass of demand for mass Forces Union dissolve the AJC and convert the file to the judiciary, noting in a statement (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network) that security events last significantly influenced the attitudes of the parliamentary blocs and made it change its view on the law and its application After monitoring the number of elements of the Baath Party in the ranks Daash gangs are killing innocent civilians.
The transfer (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network) for the National Alliance member Samira al-Moussawi as saying: that the prime minister Haider al-Abadi carried out demands that fall within the competence listed in the paper the political agreement, claim Forces Union to refrain from pressing for the implementation of other demands are rejected by the National Alliance.
"But the insistence of labor union to demand the abolition of the accountability and justice law is illogical and is contrary to the security situation in the country.
MP for the National Bloc olive Hussein, revealed that the masses and the Union of Forces have a trend to end boycott the parliament sessions this week.
She's (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network): The National Bloc announced its support of the federal government, headed by Haider al-Abadi, and we can not work to weaken, and described Hussein, not to attend the meetings that he was not entitled political boycott, but rather a sort of protest to the presence of weapons outside the control of the security services and our goal is to pressure the government to work on the inventory of weapons, however, security forces ».
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