[size=36]Salvation Front: The parliament’s decision to expel the foreign forces is hasty and a blow to national unity[/size]
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"The head of the front, Osama Nujaifi, met the US ambassador to Iraq Matthew Toller to discuss relations between Iraq and the United States, developments in the political situation, and the popular movement and its reflection on the will of the Iraqi people and their interests," a statement issued by the front said in a statement. .
Al-Nujaifi stressed, according to the statement, "the importance of getting Iraq out of the circle of conflict, because the Iraqi situation cannot bear it as an arena for any conflict." He pointed out that "the United States is a friendly country, and there are agreements concluded between them and Iraq, and any decision should come from a common interest." Between the two sides, therefore, the House’s decision to remove foreign forces from Iraq is a hasty decision marred by a clear deficiency in its legal aspects, and it represents a blow to national unity in the absence of basic components in a matter that concerns the interest of the country as a whole, as it sows a seed for future disputes with a negative impact on Iraq, and expresses a dangerous trend of unilateralism in Iraq Make important decisions, even though the government is a daily caretaker government that has no right to make decisions or recommendations on strategic matters.
He stressed that "hope is attached to the success of the just demands of peaceful demonstrators, stressing the support of the Salvation and Development Front for the popular movement," warning of "the most important challenges facing the movement is the military escalation, as well as offering sectarian addresses such as talking about establishing a Sunni region."
Al-Nujaifi clearly explained, "Its aim is to stop the march of demonstrations and work to put sticks in the wheel of its movement aimed at achieving a peaceful democratic transition," calling for "a reminder of the solution map drawn up by the party in harmony with the goals of the popular movement. It is clear that the parties that led to the failure stand Against the demonstrations and is working to end them in any way. "
Toller offered his welcome "his government's position on political issues, especially on the issue of the withdrawal of American forces," stressing that "his country is keen to
Cooperate and support Iraq and stand with its people, just as America does not want to take any action whose consequences could be disastrous for Iraq, and it certainly will not be in the interest of his country, as he commented on the increase of hostile activity, and targeting the bases that include the international coalition forces by saying: It is the goal message Including the silence of the voice of the demonstrators defending their people. ”
In his thanks to the Ambassador of the United States, Al-Nujaifi, for his assertion of the need to see him and his wisdom, and he would be pleased with his assessment of any action taken or any useful measure that his country did not take.” Ended 29 / p.