Reform Coalition: The actions taken against some members of our local militia in Baghdadare illegal
On Tuesday, the reform coalition rejected measures against some members of its local bloc in Baghdad, saying it was "illegal".
The coalition said in a statement issued today that the political body of the coalition held on Monday its periodic meeting headed by Ammar al-Hakim, noting that "the meeting reviewed the latest developments in the political situation and the government cabins and draft law on the general budget of the country."
The statement stressed that "the meeting stressed the need to make the necessary amendments to the draft general budget law for the year 2019 to serve the higher interest of the state," noting that the meeting "rejected the illegal actions and actions against some members of the local reform bloc in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and call to address such practices Firmly and firmly and through constitutional institutions and legal means. "
The statement added that "the meeting stressed the neutrality of the Federal Service Council and its removal from partisan political rivalries," adding "the importance of establishing specialized workshops and hosting experts specialized in the field of finance and economy and provide a clear vision of the upcoming benefits."
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