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    Speaker of Parliament: Saudi Arabia contributed to the return of Iraq to its Arab incubator

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    Speaker of Parliament: Saudi Arabia contributed to the return of Iraq to its Arab incubator


     Baghdad / Range 

    The Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri stressed yesterday that the victory should not be counted on one side or another, stressing that the battle is still continuing in the field of eliminating extremist thought.
    In an interview with a Saudi newspaper, the Speaker of the House of Representatives denied any need for the survival of any "popular armed forces", in reference to the popular mobilization forces, following the announcement of the official victory over Da'ash. 
    "There are difficulties in conducting such a timing, some of which are related to the displaced and some are linked to the arms campaign, some of which are related to logistical procedures related to the election commission," the speaker of the House of Representatives said in an interview with Riyadh newspaper.
    On the possibility of the return of terrorism to Iraq again, Jubouri said that "the pillars of sectarianism exist if some wanted to fuel them will find supporters, and we are on the elections and the process of attracting people under the title sectarian and sectarian bias is acceptable to some, and therefore we must make the tools to make people Because they have been tired of the years because of these policies, and I think sectarian tension, fueling conflict and focusing on militants and terrorism in general will undermine the building of the state properly. " 
    Regarding the return of the displaced, the Speaker of the House of Representatives said, "Some of them have returned, but others need an effort by the government to remove all the factors that prevent their return." 
    "The number of displaced people reached three million in previous periods, but at the current time reached 1.5 million, we seek their return and reconstruction with the support of friendly countries of Iraq."
    "The president of the House of Representatives stressed the need to preserve the victory achieved on the organization of a supporter, in light of the sacrifices made by large martyrs, widows and orphans," and stresses that "victory must be divided on everyone and not be counted for any particular class or party." 
    Jubouri said that "the battle with terrorism ended in the military field, but continues in the field of extremist thought, and must contribute to all institutions of the state educational, educational and even political purpose of achieving the desired stability." 
    In his response to a question on the rejection of the National Guard Act by the Parliament and the speed of adoption of the law of popular mobilization, the Speaker of the House of Representatives said that "the National Guard Law when it was submitted at the time was not free from the mistakes of negotiation, that is not reached the final version in this regard, "The current time, if applied, will be limited to those who carry weapons outside the state."
    He continued Jubouri "in our conviction after the elimination of the preacher and the Declaration of victory there is no justification for the presence of popular forces carrying weapons or armed arms carrying weapons outside the forces of the framework of the Iraqi armed forces or the official security services, because the real state is to adopt and respect the human and not a state supports the intransigence of one party to another "He said. 
    In terms of regional and international interventions in Iraqi affairs, the Speaker of the House of Representatives said, "We believe that Iran has been present in the internal intervention, and in other respects the state of Turkey had a certain presence, and therefore the Iraqis want a stable and secure country without sectarian tension or international attraction or Iraq is a settling of accounts and this is unacceptable on our part, and therefore we encourage the building of the relationship but on the basis of mutual interests through direct communication. "
    On relations between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Jubouri said that "Iraq was expected to develop these relations .. We are good news, especially the meetings and visits that have been made and the field of coordination on the economic and political dimension." The President of the House of Representatives that "the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in this aspect had a recognized role in the return of Iraq to the Arab presence as a decision maker, and the continuity of this support and support and contribute to the building of the Iraqi state, especially that the Kingdom does not interfere in the internal affairs of Iraq and this is important for us.

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