BAGHDAD / Sky Press confirmed deputies of the minority in the House of Representatives, Tuesday, that the parliamentary vote on the decision to re-take the measures necessary to amend paragraph 26 of the national law of the card represents a victory for the Constitution and the confirmation of the council's emphasis on the rights of minorities.
The MP said Kanna at a joint news conference with representatives of minorities attended by "Sky Press," "The House of Representatives voted today, based on the guarantors of the Constitution of Rights and Freedoms materials and confirmation of the keenness of Parliament for the enjoyment of the components of society as guaranteed by the Constitution of these rights and freedoms."
"The Parliament voted a resolution to take all measures necessary to amend the unified national card law, specifically article 26, in line with the Constitution and the rights of minorities in society."
He praised the MP for the minorities, "the role of religious leaders with the demands of the minorities after collecting signatures for more than 100 deputy to re-vote on this paragraph."
The religious minorities demanded, on the fourth of November of this, the government and the House of Representatives and religious authorities to intervene to repeal Article 26 in the national law of the card, while threatened to resort to the courts to challenge that article in the absence of cancellation.
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