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Parliamentary security explains why the passage of the law to remove foreign forces from Iraq

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Parliamentary security explains why the passage of the law to remove foreign forces from Iraq

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A member of the Committee on Security and Defense parliamentary, Badr Zeadi, on Thursday, the reason for the delay in the adoption of the draft law to remove foreign troops from the country.
"The reason behind the delay of legislation to remove the US forces from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] within the House of Representatives is the failure of the government to answer the parliamentary questions addressed by a number of deputies on foreign presence."
He added that "the law will see the light during the coming sessions," asserting "the collection of signatures of more than 100 deputies in this regard."
The coalition of state law, he said earlier, that the harmony of some parties with [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] has blocked the introduction of the law parties in the parliament to vote and pass it during the sessions. Ending 25 


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