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MP Mohammed Iqbal al-Sidli on Thursday criticized the paragraphs of the amendment to the Iraqi Nationality Law, saying it was "a major setback" in the path of Iraqi laws that preserves the stability of the country.
Iqbal said in a statement issued by his press office today that the paragraphs included in the amendment of the law facilitated the granting of Iraqi nationality away from the points made by the Iraqi legislator over the past years to maintain its position, likely to result in significant demographic changes as a result of grants, Times.
He pointed out that the law guarantees the granting of citizenship to a person born in Iraq, even if the parent is not Iraqi, with reference to granting broad powers to the Minister of the Interior to grant citizenship other than the controls approved by Iraqi customs, stressing that most of the large stable countries do not grant nationality to immigrants legally Only after years of statement of direction and the adequacy of information about it.
The pharmacist also called on the cabinet to reconsider unnecessary decisions, which would confuse Iraq's relative stability with the blood of its youth.
The Iraqi Council of Representatives intends to amend the law on Iraqi nationality as politicians accused of Sunni Arab nationalism and the legislative and executive powers to try to facilitate the naturalization of foreigners, especially Shiites.
The veteran Iraqi politician Hassan al-Alawi has accused the Iraqi authorities of trying to pass a law that would ban visitors to the holy shrines if they were only one year old, saying it was similar to what Saddam Hussein did when granting citizenship to Palestinian Arabs. Iraqi Shiites.
"Anyone who has prepared, supported and approved the Iraqi citizenship law is not an Iraqi who is an agent, a thief and a mercenary. He has agreed to grant citizenship to foreigners," Al-Alawi said in a videotape released Thursday. "In what countries does a foreigner stay for one year and get citizenship? "?
He added that the goal of the law is to naturalize visitors to the holy shrines who stay for one year in Iraq, saying that "with this law and within two years will fill Baghdad with 3 - 4 million foreigners and use the word" Khuda "instead of the word" Allah "," referring to the Iranians.
He called on the Iraqis to stand against the federal government in this law, saying: "They want to follow the example of Saddam Hussein and the sectarian reason of the sex of the Palestinians to increase the proportion of Sunnis to the Shiites in Iraq."[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]