Parliamentary Defense: The Presidency of the Parliament and the Republic are preventing, under American pressure, passage of the law to remove foreign forces
17:22 - 15/05/2019
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A member of the Committee on Security and Defense parliamentary Karim al-Muhammadawi, Wednesday, that the presidency of parliament and the Republic stand against the passage of a bill to remove foreign forces from the country under US pressure.
Al-Mahmoudawi said in a statement to the information that "Washington and through its embassy and diplomats are pressing the three presidencies and a number of political blocs to prevent the members of the House of Representatives pass the law to remove foreign forces from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
led by US forces stationed illegally," pointing out that " The Presidency of the Parliament bowed to those pressures and stands with the Presidency of the Republic against the passage of the law to remove foreign forces. "
He added that "the federal government is obliged to submit a detailed report on the size of foreign troops located within the territory of Iraq and the nature of its work to the House of Representatives in the fastest time," noting that "the members of the House of Representatives will have a different position as the Presidency of Parliament continued to whitewash the issue of US recklessness in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
The House of Representatives has included, paragraph discussion of the American aggressions on the agenda of its next meeting scheduled for next Saturday after being postponed last week