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Iraqiya MP: The government's reaction towards Battat's statements is weak.

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Iraqiya MP: The government's reaction towards Battat's statements is weak.  Empty Iraqiya MP: The government's reaction towards Battat's statements is weak.

Post by chouchou on Sat 09 Feb 2013, 5:17 am

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BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Iraqiya coalition, Nada al-Jubouri
described government's stance toward the secretary-general of Hezbollah
in Iraq, Wathiq al-Battat and his statements as weak.

Jubouri
said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /:
"Battat's remarks are serious and circulated them in the media is a risk
to people and a state of intellectual terrorism."

She noted that
his call to establish / Mukhtar army / is contrary to the Constitution
indicating that the formation of any troops in the form of militias is
contrary to the Constitution and would increase the terrorism in the
country and claim the lives of people ".


She continued:
"Battat's remarks did not echo among all Iraqis who looked complaining
of this man who wants to ignite strife and confusion amid the demands of
the demonstrators who are demanding constitutional rights."

Battat
announced, in a press conference held last Monday in Baghdad, that "The
Mukhtar Army will support the central government in the fight against
corruption and the corrupters and terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda
and the so-called Free Iraqi army". / End

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