The President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, on Sunday, the intention of Parliament legislation laws that serve the citizen and private compensation for the victims of terrorist attacks and military errors, as he emphasized that the House of Representatives seeks to amend the anti-terrorism law and make it as a separate intelligence. Saleem al-Jubouri said during a conference in support of the victims of "terrorism" was held at the parliament building, "The House of Representatives sought to priority status for several important laws, including compensation for those affected Law No. 20, to compensate for the damage of military operations and terrorism."
He said al-Jubouri, that "Parliament is working to amend the anti-terrorism law in line with the Constitution as it relates to the arming and make it like an independent intelligence service," adding that "the political forces has been unable to pass the anti-terrorism law because of the political intersections."
He said al-Jubouri, that "Parliament proceeded to make amendments to the draft law, which will facilitate the work of the anti-terrorism device and insert the parliament sessions table," explaining that "counter-terrorism strategy under Law 288 of 2006 led to the UN Security Council recognition of Iraq's efforts in the fight against terrorism."
The head of the House of Representatives, Salim al confirmed, on Monday, (February 9, 2015), that the Council does not assume the existing problems in the legislation sent by the government, and pointed out that the government is obliged to follow up on important legislation so take a "range", while stressing that there is no intention "to delay" any work of an investigative committee in the House of Representatives.
It is noteworthy that the organization (Daash) controls the most prominent cities of Anbar almost a year ago on the events and battles and confrontations between security and tribal forces and highlighted the areas that are under the control of the organization is Fallujah and Qaim border between Iraq and Syria, Hit, Rawa and other ways, including near the borders of the capital Baghdad vine Fallujah .
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