BAGHDAD / The deputy of the coalition of state law Mansour al-Baiji, on Thursday, the government to renounce its promises regarding the merits of the popular mobilization.
Al-Baiji said in a statement received by "Iraq News" that the government disavowed its promise to the popular crowd, which would otherwise not sit on its seats.
"The repudiation of this great credit given by our heroes of the popular mobilization is a major setback and a denial of the great credit it has given by defending the homeland and its sanctities against the most barbaric attack by regional states to destroy our country," he said.
He added that "we regret this great disdain towards the Mujahideen of the popular crowd and not to give them their rights by comparing them with their colleagues from the other security forces by fixing them on the permanent owners and giving them their allocations as a result of the great sacrifices they have made but unfortunately they have not been equated and marginalized during the budget this year."
Al-Baiji pointed out that "the popular mobilization is the force striking the Iraqi government against any plot or aggressive attack targeting the country, so the government should respond favorably to this large segment that provided blood for the liberation of land and supply and equity by giving them their rights because the marginalization of this large group of troops "The popular crowd is unacceptable and is a denial of their sacrifices, and this is totally unacceptable."
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said last Tuesday that the government is committed to "pay the salaries of the fighters in the popular crowd as we pay their brothers soldiers and the rest of the heroic fighters," revealing "near issuing a resolution to confirm the rights of fighters in the crowd." Finished 1
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