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    Hakeem meeting with Nijaifi stresses necessity to pass Election Law, hold it on time

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    Post by chouchou Sat 07 Sep 2013, 3:26 am

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    Baghdad (NINA) – Leader of Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council (SIIC), Ammar al-Hakeem, stressed the necessity to pass the Election Law and hold it on time.

    A statement issued by the SIIC said that in meeting with Speaker of Parliament, Usama al-Nijaif, on Friday Sep. 6, Hakeem stressed the necessity to support security agencies in countering terrorism; pointing out the importance of meetings between political forces to create positive environment that help in solving problems and serving the citizens through local governments.

    The two discussed developments of the political process in Iraq and events in Syria. Hakeem stressed the necessity of peaceful solution to the Syrian crisis, and warning from military. intervention.

    For his part, Nijaifi described his meeting with Hakeem as being fruitful and useful, pointing out that he discussed with Hakeem the domestic and regional situation, where both agreed to consolidate Iraq's domestic front to face challenges.

    He pointed out that Parliament intends to pass the Election Law to enable the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) prepare for the upcoming election. / End.

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    Post by chouchou Sat 07 Sep 2013, 3:26 am

    The head of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council, Ammar al-Hakim, the need to pass a law and the conduct of the elections on schedule, pointing to the need to support the security services in the face of terrorism. "



    [ltr]According to a statement of the Supreme Council and received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "al-Hakim met in his office in Baghdad on Friday, Osama Najafi, head of the House of Representatives, stressing the need to focus on the service of the citizen through the local governments and the federal government."[/ltr]



    [ltr]He said the "Hakim search with Najafi developments in the political process in Iraq and the developments of the events in Syria, and stressed on peaceful solutions to suit the Syrian crisis, warning of military intervention as a complex of the Syrian crisis."[/ltr]



    [ltr]The statement said that the "wise between the importance of the meetings between the political forces to create a positive climate helps to solve the problems."[/ltr]



    [ltr]He pointed out that "Najafi his part count his meeting with Hakim meeting fruitful and useful, noting that he discussed with al-Hakim internal and regional situation, and agreed with him on the need for Iraq's internal ترصين home to face the challenges," he said.[/ltr]



    [ltr]And the statement that "Najafi said that the multiplication of meetings between the political forces capable of creating climates calm, and parliament is determined to approve the election law in early so that the Supreme Electoral Commission preparing for the upcoming elections. Ended[/ltr]


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    Post by chouchou Sat 07 Sep 2013, 5:07 am

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    Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The head of the Iraqi Islamic Council, Ammar al-Hakim, emphasized the necessity of endorsing the Elections Law to conduct the elections on time.

    A statement by the SIIC received by IraqiNews.com cited “Hakim met the Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, at his office in Baghdad on last Friday.”

    “Hakim stressed the importance of focusing on serving the citizens through the Local Governments and the Federal Government,” the statement added.

    “Hakim and Nijaifi discussed the updates of the political process and the developments in Syria,” the statement continued, noting that “Hakim assured the importance of the meetings among the political sides to help in settling the disputes.”

    “For his part, Nijaifi considered the meeting as fruitful and confirmed that such meetings to help in reducing tensions,” the statement concluded.

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