Parliamentary accountability and justice: everyone can join the political process only their hands stained with the blood of Iraqis
Haider Ali Jawad - 11/01/2012 PM - 1:37 p.m.
The Chairman of the National Reconciliation Commission and the Justice and Accountability parliamentary deputy measured Cdhir "Everyone can join the national reconciliation project only their hands stained with the blood of the Iraqis."
Cdhir said, "The National Reconciliation Commission announced that everyone can join the political process only their hands stained with the blood of the Iraqis." He explained that "this matter pending the Iraqi judiciary." "The National Reconciliation Commission continues its work according to this approach." Asserting that "the non-accession of new elements to the reconciliation project recently, and the last meal is announced by the Prime Minister's advisor for national reconciliation Amer Khuzaie."
He Cdhir: "It is the terrorist operations in Iraq, not only the remnants of al Qaeda and the Baath Party, who works on the base line as Dr. Amer Khuzaie, but there are (institutions, intelligence and regional) is working to inflame the situation in Iraq in addition to trying to lose Iraqis trust each other Some of these institutions, intelligence and interest in this matter. "
The chancellorship of national reconciliation in Iraq, had said on Monday, said that the armed factions that laid down its arms and joined the political process is not related to the bombings "terrorist," indicating that "terrorism" in Iraq is the remnants of al Qaeda and the Baath Party, who works on the base line. The number of armed factions in Iraq more than 50 factions, each operating under the command of al Qaeda, such as the "Islamic State of Iraq" and others include formations of the former Iraqi army and the Baathists, including the "Islamic Army", while active in the southern Iraqi factions supported by Iran, most notably the "Party of God" Iraq and the "League of the Righteous."
The adviser said the prime minister for national reconciliation Amer Khuzaie told (Rn), that "terrorism in Iraq today is the remnants of al Qaeda and the Baath Party, who works on the base line, and the basis of the relationship of the armed factions terrorist act." Al Qaeda has recently claimed responsibility for a series bombings that struck Baghdad last month and left dozens dead and wounded. He Khuzaie that "the armed factions that laid down their arms and joined the national reconciliation project work was limited to the U.S. military," pointing out that "if he found a practiced armed action against Iraq is an individual work and not a faction headed. "
And delivered several factions disarmed and joined the political process, but other groups reject this, saying that the political process "legally invalid" because it was built under the auspices of "the American occupation." The items include a political agreement that was concluded prior to the formation of the government within the initiative of President of Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani, the application of the national reconciliation project more broadly to include all Iraqis without exception.
But those based on national reconciliation project confirmed that there is no reconciliation with members of the Baath Party, which ruled Iraq under the previous regime on the grounds that the constitution prohibits it. The Iraqi Constitution prohibits in its Article VII dealing with any entity pursuing "atonement" and "racism", especially with groups that accused the government of killing Iraqi civilians.
The Iraqi government is trying to strengthen its influence to establish security through the adoption of the reconciliation project to bring the armed factions and the opposition is accused of killing Iraqis into the political process. He succeeded Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in 2008 in the establishment of tribal groups in support of his government, social security, similar to the tribal militias set up by the U.S. Army in 2006 to track down the militants belonging to al-Qaeda
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