The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, overcome some of the obstacles, the National Guard on draft laws and political parties and the Federal Court.
A statement from his office, Tuesday, seen by Roudao network media that "al-Jubouri, received in his private office, today, the British ambassador to Iraq, Frank Baker, During the meeting, they reviewed the political and security scenes, and the importance of interest laws legislation into law the National Guard and the law of parties Federal Court ".
The statement stressed confirm al-Jubouri that "the meetings of the parliamentary blocs continuing to reach agreements satisfactory to all parties," striking to "overcome some of the obstacles that the Council is making great efforts to pass such laws," praising "Britain's role within the international coalition in support and support Iraq in its war against Daash terrorist organization ".
"The meeting also dealt with the military operations in Anbar, and the progress made by the armed forces of supporting the people of the tribes against the terrorist organization, as well as displaced people and ways to file their return to their areas of operations after the liberation and reconstruction of those areas."
It is said that al-Jubouri, met on Monday with the heads of political blocs, to discuss the draft of the National Guard and laws law mission, as threatened
Thursday introduced a controversial laws public to vote for approval.
The differences between the political blocs spin on some of the bills, including the National Guard and the Federal Court, political parties, and accountability, justice and the prohibition of the Baath Party.
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