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Parliament holds a "special session" beginning of the next legislative term to discuss foreign

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Post by rocky on Thu 14 Feb 2019, 6:18 am

Parliament holds a "special session" beginning of the next legislative term to discuss foreign presence

Thursday 14 February

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confirmed the MP for the bloc 's reform parliamentary and reconstruction Hasan The support, on Thursday, the House of Representatives will hold special at the beginning of the next legislative term session to discuss the presence of foreign forces and the proposed organization of the work of those forces law, as pointed out that American pressure will not deter the Parliament for enactment of law . 

He said support in an interview for Alsumaria News, that "there is a proposed law to regulate the work of foreign forces operating in Iraq, a site sufficient enough to exceed the 50 deputies much as provided by the rules of procedure in the mechanisms of submission of proposals for laws," noting that "the proposal of the law was submitted to the Presidency The parliament, which referred him in turn to the Legal Committee to study and legal drafting after discussing with the government as an important party on this subject

He added that "Trump's provocative statements and a number of American leaders were the main motivation to accelerate the submission of the proposed law after the provocation of all national forces," pointing out that "there is a need to re-study the presence of these forces where it is assumed by the Strategic Framework Agreement that these forces for the purposes of But the presence of continuous flights from those bases on Syrian territory and the movements of their forces within the cities and Trump's statements about the control of neighboring countries all represent clear violations of the sovereignty of Iraq and its constitution. "

He added that "the House of Representatives will hold a special session at the beginning of the second legislative term to discuss the presence of foreign forces, as a parliamentary question was submitted by one of the deputies to the Prime Minister on the numbers of these forces and the reasons for their presence and duties and whereabouts and arming, In a special session to discuss those matters, "stressing that" most of the national political forces reject the presence of foreign forces and do not believe that the American pressure to change the position and the decision of the parliament against the presence of these forces. " On February 3, 2019, 

US President Donald Trump revealed his intention to keep his troops in Iraq, pointing out that the aim was to "monitor" Iran.



"The Iraqi decision is independent and is not affected by any influence and dictates from any party," Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi told acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Chanhan on Tuesday (Feb. 12, 2019). On February 13, 2019, the US State Department

confirmed that the US presence in Iraq was at the request of Baghdad and aimed at helping Iraq with security, considering that the "terrorist threat" remains high in the region.




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