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More than 300 Iraqi tribes on Saturday (December 29th) signed a code of ethics renouncing sectarian conflict and terrorism, officials said.
The document was signed in Ramadi during an annual conference of the Council of Iraqi Tribes and Notables.
According to Council Secretary-General Sheikh Majed al-Assafi, the document calls for the rejection of sectarian fighting and terrorism, and respect for the constitution.
Three hundred and twenty-one Iraqi tribes and clans signed the document in the presence of 174 tribal leaders and representatives, as well as security leaders and representatives of the Iraqi government and presidential office.
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