Deputy Christian: National card law affects the dignity of the three religions
Parliament confirmed the decision and MP for the Christian component Imad Youkhana, Thursday, that the sectarian and political quotas increased the difficulties of minorities in Iraq, while noting that the national legislation of the card by racial discrimination law is clear and affects the dignity of the three minority religions.
He said Youkhana's / scales News /, that "minorities have suffered from injustice in the former regime and was contemplating good after regime change that opens new horizons of freedom, democracy and access to rights legally," stressing that "the sectarian and national quota system has emerged to increase the hardship on minorities." .
He added, "There is no clear strategy for the involvement of members of minorities in the country", adding that "the security vacuum to make of organized crime gangs targeting small and vulnerable components as a result of the conflicts."
He pointed out that "The government is falling short towards minorities in Iraq," adding that "minorities were contemplating that recent reforms include interest in these slides decisions issued by the government and the legislation issued by the Parliament, but there were no reforms."
He added that "there is a decline on the access of minority rights within the Iraqi state," explaining that "the national legislation of the card by racial discrimination law is clear and affects the dignity of the three religions (Christian and Yazidi and Sabean)."
He said that "There are no clear strategy there of officials and political blocs to keep the ingredients and lack of attention to displaced minorities from them are turning to immigration and wrestling death at sea and this defective against Iraq."
The "House of Representatives decision MP Turkmen component Niazi Ihsanoglu said, earlier, Tm there is a serious gesture of Almtaakih governments of minorities in Iraq, noting that the component of Turkmenistan will have a talk last on marginalized from the state in the near future." Ended 29 / 4 e
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