Parliamentary security reveals political moves to extend the American presence
11:50 - 02/02/2020
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Member of the Parliamentary Defense Committee, Mahdi Taqi Amerli, confirmed on Monday that there are movements of some political figures to maintain the American military presence in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , indicating that the House of Representatives rejects any political moves that would extend the American presence.
"There are a number of political figures who believe that their presence is linked to the presence of the occupying forces and that they will lose what they got after the occupation came out," Emerli said in a statement to "The Information."
He added that his committee "refuses to allow the extension of the survival of the occupying forces in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , and we also refuse that the new government extend the stay of these forces."
And Amerli warned that "the presence of the American occupation will lead to political rivalry and instability," stressing "the need to work to get the occupier out."
The independent deputy, Kazem Al-Sayyadi, had confirmed in a previous statement to "Information", that all options will be open if the United States of America does not abide by the decision to withdraw its forces from Iraqi territories, indicating that the House of Representatives will be supportive of confronting the occupier militarily and ideologically. Ended / 25h