Deputy: America is pushing enormously to thwart the decision to remove its forces from Iraq
14:22 - 12/01/2020
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deputy for the State of Law coalition, Alia Nassif, revealed on Sunday that America exercised tremendous shuttle pressures against some leaders to thwart the parliament’s decision to remove [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , confirming the legality of the decision as being authoritative and not executive.
Nassif said in a statement to the "information" that "the United States of America puts enormous pressure on the political blocs, especially the Sunni and Kurdish, to thwart and drop the parliament's decision and challenge it regarding the removal [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ."
She added that "American officials chant slogans similar to the slogans of some political leaders, such as the illegality of the decision and the inability to implement it because it is unilaterally," noting that "everyone is obliged to respect the democratic will, because the decision was passed in front of the media and in the presence of a quorum and a majority vote."
Nassif explained that "the Federal Court confirmed the parliament's inability to legislate any executive law other than the empowering decision to head the government regarding the American presence is a binding and legal decision." Finished / 25 d