Member of the parliamentary security and Defense Committee Hamid al-mutlaq, Monday, we won't be able to build Iraq unless we in our political and free from foreign dictations, noting that there was a gross interference by Iran to influence political decision-making.
Al-mutlak said in an interview for "alsumaria news", "built in Iraq was based on a failed political process and as a result, a lot of power both in the latter, Parliament and political parties may receive guidance from abroad," Noting that "external will led to the failure of political performance and the politicians and the political process in General."
Al-mutlaq said "we cannot proceed with any Bill in the House but the majority vote, this vote is subject to party interests and orientation and affiliation and dictations imposed on them," he said, adding that "there is a sectarian focuses in all State institutions and is very clear in the House, and there is a commitment from the House of the person وللاملاءات imposed from outside."
Al-mutlaq noted that "there is a clear and blatant interference by neighboring Iran and its influence on the political decision and every other things there is also the desire of control interventions by Turkey, and no State from neighbouring countries do not want to have a foothold in Iraq," adding that "we will not be able to build a capable to rise if politicians freed foreign dictations that weren't in our politics and our political will in all areas of life."
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki called on more than one occasion the positions defended by the independence of his Government denies being any external interference, especially from Iran, accused by a number of Iraqi parties and the European countries and the United States to intervene directly in the internal affairs of Iraq and supports armed groups and Shiite militias through equipped with arms and explosives.
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