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    US senators are pushing a draft resolution to scrap the arms deal with Saudi Arabia

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    US senators are pushing a draft resolution to scrap the arms deal with Saudi Arabia Empty US senators are pushing a draft resolution to scrap the arms deal with Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Sat 27 May 2017, 2:01 am

    US senators are pushing a draft resolution to scrap the arms deal with Saudi Arabia

    Arab and international  Since 2017-05-26 at 19:58 (Baghdad time)

    Baghdad - Mawazine News
    A number of US senators have submitted a draft resolution aimed at canceling or preventing the sale of part of the military equipment deal signed by US President Donald Trump with the Saudi regime during his visit against the background of the record of this system of support for terrorism and human rights violations.
    Republican Sen. Rand Paul, Democrats Chris Murphy and Alan Franken proposed a motion to veto the deal in the Senate to force the House to vote on the matter and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee received formal notification of the deal.
    "Given Saudi support for terrorism and its poor human rights record and the different ways in its war in Yemen, Congress should carefully examine and carefully discuss whether to sell billions of dollars of weapons in the interest of our national security at this time," Reuters quoted Paul as saying in a statement. .
    The 1976 Arms Export Control Act allows any senator to compel the council to vote on a weapons deal when Congress receives formal notification of plans to proceed.
    Trump ignored the close relationship between the Saudi regime and terrorist organizations, including "calling" in return for signing deals worth tens of billions of dollars.
    The same three council members submitted a similar proposal last year to seek the sale of tanks and other equipment to the Saudi regime, worth $ 1.15 billion, but the proposal was rejected by council members.
    House members also moved on the planned deal. Rep. Ted Yoo and Democrat Ted Liu wrote to the chairman of the council's foreign relations committee to request a hearing to review the sale of precision-guided munitions to the Saudi regime.
    The administration of former US President Barack Obama and the British government have faced widespread criticism as a result of supplying the Bani Sa'ud system with advanced weapons used in its aggression against the Yemeni people. Many humanitarian organizations and international institutions spoke of the legal responsibility of Washington and London for the crimes committed by the Saudi aggression against Yemen Which forced the former US administration to put restrictions on the process.


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    US senators are pushing a draft resolution to scrap the arms deal with Saudi Arabia Empty Move the Senate to block Trump's deal to sell arms to Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Sat 27 May 2017, 2:53 am


    Move the Senate to block Trump's deal to sell arms to Saudi Arabia


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    {International: Euphrates News} presented the members of the US Senate, a proposal to reject the weapons concluded by President Donald Trump with the Saudi deal, so as to force the Council to take a vote on whether it was necessary to block a part.
    According to news agencies, the Arms Export Control Act of 1976, allows any member of the Senate to compel the Council for a vote on the arms deal upon receipt of formal notification of Congress plans to move forward with.
    He gave the Republican, Rand Paul, and Democrats, Chris Murphy, and Al Franken, the proposal. The Committee received Senate Foreign Relations Committee official notification of the upcoming deal on May 19.
    Paul said in a statement , "Given the support of Saudi Arabia former terrorism and its poor human rights and methods disputed in the war in Yemen , it is the Congress should carefully consider carefully and discuss whether to sell weapons worth billions of dollars in the interest of our national security at this time."
    Targeting lawmakers block worth $ 500 million from the deal , which is the part that includes precision - guided munitions and other offensive weapons.
    The same three members of the Council made a similar proposal last year in a bid to block the sale of tanks and other equipment to Saudi Arabia worth $ 1.15 billion, and Council members rejected the action by an overwhelming majority.
    It is said that, members of the House of Representatives also moved on the planned deal on Thursday, a member of the Republican Council wrote, Ted Yoho, Democrat, Ted Liu, the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee , a request to hold a hearing to review the sale of precision - guided munitions to Riyadh.
    Saudi Arabia was the first leg of the first Trump foreign tours this week, during which he announced May 20, about the arms deal.
    Saudi Arabia agreed to buy weapons worth US $ 110 billion with the purchase options up to $ 350 billion over ten Snoat.anthy

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