BAGHDAD / Sky Press: The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri during a meeting with Secretary General of the UN adviser on the prevention of genocide, Adama Dieng, his eagerness to support any effort to keep the unity of the social fabric.
According to a statement of the Jabouri received "Sky Press," that "Dieng presented to the Speaker of Parliament a detailed review of his interest in the war committed by Daash and aggregates all terrorist crimes", stressing that "the United Nations is keen on the need to hold accountable all perpetrators of these crimes and bring them to justice."
He noted Dieng according to the statement that "all components of the Iraqi people have been subjected to these crimes and to the need to preserve the diversity of Iraq and to contribute to Parliament legislation laws that maintain the reunion was not Iraqi."
For his part, the Speaker of Parliament stressed "the importance of completing the comprehensive national reconciliation file so as to enhance the country's stability and security," adding that "Parliament is keen to support any effort that would preserve the unity of the social fabric and national cohesion, and enhance the unity and synergy to meet the challenges and crises."
He added that "the House of Representatives of many of the laws that are waiting for approval by the vote, and that the laws of the jurisdiction, including the Iraqi minorities to preserve them and give them all the rights of Iraqi citizens."
It is noteworthy that the heads of the three presidencies Fuad Masum, and Haider al-Abadi and Salim al-Jubouri, who had pledged during the election to their posts, according to their programs to fight corruption and punish corrupt people and clean up the state and its institutions, including circles, also pledged to open a new page in relations with neighboring countries, regional countries and the rest of the world in accordance with the requirements of the interests of Iraq According to the directives of the Supreme religious authority in Iraq.
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