Deputy: Most of the deputies are lying claims to exit US forces
17:11 - 21/05/2019
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The representative of the Fatah Alliance, Karim Aliwi, on Tuesday, the statements of some members of the House of Representatives demanding the exit of US forces in front of the media as "false" and pointed out that they were corrupt by the US Embassy, the hearing session of the American aggression a major setback and participated in the discussion only 15 Deputy.
Aliawi said in a statement to the information that the meeting to discuss the American attacks and the deliberate bombing of the federal police in the province of Kirkuk revealed the falsity of the participation of clowns in the media against the US presence, pointing out that "most deputies lying in their talk of the departure of foreign forces from the country and silence Bribes of the US Embassy in Baghdad. "
He added that "the session to discuss the American aggressions is a major setback for the lives of martyrs and sacrificers to maintain the land of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
being routine and did not reach the level of ambition," noting that "the meeting did not participate in the debate only 15 deputies only and this indicates the submission of political blocs of Washington funds."
The Committee on Security and Defense parliamentary, the first Sunday, the submission of the Presidency of the Parliament and a number of political blocs under the pressure of the US embassy on the failure to pass a bill to remove foreign troops from the country, while the parliamentary recommendations that voted yesterday on the deliberate US bombing of the federal police in Kirkuk Shy and stands behind the US Embassy in Baghdad.
The MP revealed the bloc of Sadiqon Al-Hasnawi, earlier, the President of the House of Representatives delayed the paragraph of the American attacks on the agenda of Sunday's session, noting that the presidency manipulated the vocabulary of the paragraph.