The deputy of the coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki , on Monday, that the presence of US forces in Iraq "is not justified," referring to the Parliament's decision to issue a resolution to remove foreign troops from the country, and described the strategic agreement between Iraq and America in 2008 "Non-integrated," he stressed that the then Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki if signed the agreement. 

Maliki said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The presence of US forces and although it is currently present in Iraqi bases, but this presence is no justification for the current time after the defeat of our forces to the faction of the terrorist advocate, in addition to that we have the strength to defeat terrorism at any time or place Within our territory and even if necessary to chase them out of our borders by air strikes or ground operations, "noting that" Washington Is unclear in its dealings and we fear that it has intentions to build military bases in Kurdistan or other areas of Iraq, which should be cut off before it happens. "

He added that "the strategic agreement signed in 2011 was a non-integrated treaty, and then Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not sign it, in addition to that one of the terms of the Convention to be valid is to submit to the referendum, which did not happen, not to mention the lack of equivalence Between the parties to the treaty as a result of Iraq then under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which means that the Convention existence or not, "stressing that" there is the intention of the House of Representatives through the Committee on Security and Defense parliamentary to issue a binding decision of the government to the withdrawal of foreign troops from our territory after the end Need it ".

Maliki said that "the coalition of state law will be a strong supporter of the decision and will work with all the pressure papers to include paragraphs binding that include the exit of these forces, even the US advisers and timetables and specific binding without any excuses or exceptions and consider anyone who violates the implementation of the resolution Deal with it on this basis. "