British report on Iraq war: the word million will be published in 2016
BAGHDAD / long-Presse
President of the public inquiry into Britain began long ago in the Iraq war, said he expected to complete his report in April next year to be published in June or July 2016. The aim of the investigation to shed light on all the dimensions of British intervention in Iraq from 2001 to 2009, Since the start of operations of the crowd and even the invasion of Iraq led by the United States in 2003, and even the withdrawal of combat troops to draw lessons learned from this era. Said John Chilcot, who heads the investigation, in a letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron published on the site investigation "appreciate my colleagues and I that we finish the text of the report in the week beginning on 18 April 2016. At this point you can start checking in your national security content ".
He told Chilcot that, given the length of the report, which is located in the more than two million words, the print will take many weeks, what makes the publication expected in June, most likely in July.
The delayed publication of the report, which is long overdue because of what imperatively demanded by the British legal procedures to provide an advance copy of the draft report Each of the investigation criticism touch them, so they have the answer and a chance to defend themselves. Network "CNN" American last week, an interview with Tony Blair, the British Prime Minister in that period apologized during what he called errors in planning and intelligence before the Iraq war. The broadcast
The president of the commission of inquiry that the audit is natural and necessary that the report includes a huge body of material sensitive; where they will be examined by national security.
The Chilcot at the end of the message, that immediately after the completion of the National Security checks, will enable the deployment of the investigation at the agreed date it completely. It has already been Chilcot attributed the reason for the delay publication of the results of the complexities in the investigation, and denied it was due to conceal information can be used against former officials, led by Tony Blair, leader of the Labour Party at the time.
And began working on the investigation since the year 2009, as verified in Britain's involvement in the war Iraq in 2003 and beyond.
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