Baghdad-Iraq Press -5 May / May: pushing the US Congress resolution, which provides for arming the Sunnis and the Kurds without reference to the Iraqi government, both the government and the "National Alliance" to seek a quick solution to prevent its implementation, which forced her to call to pass the terms of the agreement political and laws that disrupted inside the parliament, which came within the terms of the political agreement between the Iraqi forces.
And held the leadership for "National Alliance" meeting, on Monday night, in the Office of President of the "Alliance," Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in the presence of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and most of the leaders of the "Alliance".
According to a statement issued by the leadership of the "Alliance", he stressed that "the meeting heard a detailed report by the Prime Minister about the war against Daash", and added that "the meeting emphasized the unity of the Iraqi National Alliance and support broad partnership government," stressing the "joint liability for all components of the people Iraqi in cleansing the country of Daash. "
The meeting underlined "the unity of the territory and sovereignty of Iraq, and the need to guard against all attempts to prejudice them, especially the draft resolution submitted to the US Congress, which is contrary to the higher interests of the Iraqi people", calling for "speed up the pass important laws stalled in the parliament, including the National Guard Law" .
According to leaked information from inside the meeting, he "held mainly to discuss the decision of the Congress, and its repercussions on Iraq's future political and security situation."
He explained a leading part in the meeting, that "the conferees agreed on the need not to disrupt the laws in the parliament, especially those that have been agreed upon within the political documents items with the Sunnis and the Kurds, including the National Guard and the law of the Justice and Accountability Act (de-Baathification) and the law of terrorism."
He also noted that "everyone agreed to work to speed up the passing of such laws as soon as possible, as opposed to seeking to disrupt the law of the US Congress."
In turn, the leader of the Union of Forces Khalid Mafraji, that "despite all the Cairo conditions experienced by the Sunni provinces of murder, deportation and displacement, the Iraqi government has continued Balanfrad its decisions, and did not take into account what is going through those provinces."
He said that "the government does not pass the political agreement until today, and disrupted its provisions, which include the National Guard Act and other laws that were agreed upon, which the Sunni street lose confidence in them."
Also he pointed out that "Congress's decision came because of the intransigence of the government towards the Sunni provinces, preventing her arms to defend itself."
He added: "The government has rejected all our proposals earlier this regard, and left the provinces under the hammer Daash".
The Mafraji, that "Parliament did not vote to reject the decision of Congress, but only the National Alliance is voted on it, and Sunni and Kurdish blocs withdrew from the meeting, it is not possible to calculate that an agreement but it is a split, and the split within the parliament."
And the voice of the Iraqi parliament, last Saturday, in the presence of 162 deputies only on the wording of the decision to reject the US Congress's position on arming forces, "peshmerga" Kurdish, and Sunni tribal militants. Ended (1)
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