Nassif: We have collected 100 signatures to make a decision on the recent US sanctions
09:03 - 24/07/2019
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A representative of the coalition of state law, Al-Nassif, confirmed Wednesday that more than 100 signatures have been collected in parliament to decide on the US sanctions imposed against some figures, pointing out that these decisions are blatant interference in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
internal affairs and lack of respect for the sovereignty of the country.
Nassif said in a statement / information /, that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, his government and his parliament is capable of accounting spoilers and take the necessary measures against them measures, without any external interference , " noting that "the US Treasury Department to include some figures on the list ofsanctions is contrary to the law, especially that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Did not ask for any intervention by the United States on this side, nor does the implementation of the laws of a state to another country unless the agreement between the two countries on this subject.
"The United States intervened openly in the internal affairs of Iraq and gave itself illegal legitimacy to some countries, including [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
, in addition to some decisions must be taken through the United Nations, not through a state," noting that "the silence of the government on the actions of America And the interference of the Iraqi internal affairs, make them intervene and continue more in their actions, and the government must go to the United Nations through the State Department to end this issue and stop the American side for his illegal actions.
Nassif confirmed that "more than 100 signatures have been collected in parliament and handed over to the presidency of the Council to put the issue on the agenda in the next session, for the purpose of taking a decision on these American actions that are contrary to international law and the Iraqi." End 25 n