Thursday, August 22 / August 2013 08:00
[Babylon - where]
Accused a member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the rule of law in Babylon Ali Jaber Hassoun unnamed blocks being behind the lack of infrastructure to pass a law in spite of the significant benefits that the Iraqi people would gain from the development of reality service for personal matters and electoral motives and narrow partisan.
He said Hassoun told the reporter and all of Iraq [where]: "The project was a can alter the fact the service to Iraq because he includes the construction of more than five thousand school and extending thousands of roads paved and by large international companies Malaysian and Korean classified globally as the best companies.
He pointed out that partisan interests to pay a lot of the blocks to take positions contrary to often with the interests of the Iraqi people, explaining that the law largely unwelcome within the National Coalition.
Hassoun stressed that the time did not go to The Mgehls Representatives its legislative important role in serving the citizen of Iraq.
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