Shammari: the decision to amend the national law of the card is an important step to restore national unity distinctive
MP for the National Coalition Kadhim al-Shammari, on Wednesday, the parliament's decision to amend Article 26 of the card of national law to ensure the rights of minorities, as an important step to restore national unity and strengthen the social fabric.
Al-Shammari said in a statement, "Noor News" received a copy of it, that "the parliament's decision to take the measures necessary to amend Article 26 of the national card law, represents an important and bold step to straighten the road towards giving all the components of civil and religious rights without marginalization or exceeded."
He added that "the move has created an impregnable wall to repel any attempts of Almtshehadan in troubled waters to exploit those lapses to divide the national front," adding that "Iraqi society is a diverse and beautiful mosaic of different nationalities and religions."
And between al-Shammari, said that "this diversity is a strength of the country in case of building the right foundations among themselves to peaceful coexistence and respect for the rights of others and to the contrary, it represents a bomb could have caused the fragmentation of the country in case of neglected or exploited by enemies of the homeland to demolish the interior of community infrastructure."
And he praised "all the efforts that have been made within the Parliament of political blocs and the private representatives of minorities and strong Oagafthm to restore the rights of their constituents, as well as the efforts of the presidency and religious reference to get to this success."
The deputies of the minorities have appreciated, yesterday, the position of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and the support of representatives of the political blocs who voted majority, the decision to re-take the measures necessary to amend paragraph 26 of the national card law, stressing that this represents a victory for the Constitution and the confirmation of the council's emphasis on the rights of minorities.
The House voted in its meeting yesterday, agreeing to take action to amend the national card law, specifically article 26, and in line with the Constitution and the rights of minorities in the Iraqi society.
The House of Representatives had voted in (27 October now), a majority on the unified national card law, as commented deputies minority attendance at meetings of the parliament, to protest the enactment of the law, especially in the registration of the child of a minor religion of parents, considering it "and coercion discrimination on faith ".
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