BAGHDAD / Obelisk: investigation published over the Iraq war in June or July 2016, said Sir John Chilcot Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry.
Chilcot and set the timetable for the publication of the investigation in a letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron. And publication of the speech on the investigation site on the Internet.
Chilcot said he will be checked, consisting of two million words by the National Security report.
And verified the investigation, which began in 2009 in Britain's participation in the 2003 Iraq war and its aftermath.
In his letter, Chilcot says the text of the report will be completed in the week beginning on 18 April / April 2016 and shortly afterwards audit report begins by national security.
You are in the original site, formally and legally registered, not the fake site to Saad Awsi, backed by Iraqi funds stolen by Khamis dagger and family Karabilah.
Chilcot said that 'this audit natural and necessary' that the report also includes a large amount of sensitive materials.
He said 'I think that immediately after the completion of the audit of National Security, will make it possible to agree on a date for the deployment in June or July 2016'.
US-led invasion of Iraq began on March / March 19, 2003 campaign of 'shock and awe' that was intended to show of force.
The United States and Britain claimed that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in possession of weapons of mass destruction could be used.
Baghdad fell in April by US President George W. Bush announced that the 'Mission Accomplished' weeks later.
He was arrested and charged with Saddam Hussein at the hands of the new Iraqi government and executed by hanging. And continued armed action in Iraq.
British troops ended hostilities in 2009 and a year later the American troops ended its military operations.
Killed in the conflict in Iraq, 179 British soldiers and about 4,500 US troops.
It estimated 'count dead Iraqis' Association, based in Britain, that between 134 400 and 151 652 Iraqi civilians have been killed since 2003. The United Nations estimates the number of Iraqi dead in the years 2008 - 2012 to 18805 people. Usually estimates the dead in Iraq are in dispute.
The former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has ordered commissioned by the Commission of Inquiry into the Iraq war in 2009.
The members of parliament have expressed frustration with the length of time it took to investigate, and in June last Cameron said 'Sabri is running out quickly.'
Chilcot had previously refused to announce a timetable for the investigation, saying he did not want to give false hopes.
And blamed the delay on the process of giving the key figures in the investigation of the right of reply.
Chilcot concluded his speech to the prime minister saying, 'My colleagues and I are committed to producing a report kept reflects the time and effort it require them only two major'.
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