[size=36]Parliamentary Security: We presented a full study for the purchase of the S400 system and resolving the matter after the government was formed[/size]
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The Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee presented a full study to the Prime Minister, requesting the purchase of the advanced air defense system (s400).
Member of the committee, Bader Al-Ziyadi, stated that "the committee presented a complete study to the prime minister requesting approval for the purchase of the advanced air defense system (s400) and was discussed with the concerned figures in the General Command of the Armed Forces and is still at the table of the prime minister."
He stressed that "the matter will be resolved after the formation of the new government to approve it with the aim of strengthening the military system." ".
He pointed out that "the committee will be supportive of the next government in its decisions in this regard, and will submit proposals and advice to it accurately," noting that "the request to purchase the air defense system was submitted to the resigned prime minister, but with the government entering the business, he will not be able to issue any decision in this regard."
he explained that " the army building Iraq needs to re - examine many of the security services and military leaders and security, and there are reports and studies exist on the Security Committee table, defense and relay accurately and many of the files waiting to be discussed."
Ziadi stressed that "in the event of the return of the Council of Representatives will be the Security Committee of the Parliamentary Vaa real imprint and influential on the security level and security leaders. "
A member of the Security and Defense Committee pointed out the necessity of "establishing a strong security and military system, so military leaders must provide their weapons needs to support the military establishment, which puts us before an alternative plan to diversify the sources of weapons that enrich the military system."
Al-Ziyadi pointed out that "the committee has many broken laws that we need to approve. The committee has received many studies from specialists, as well as discussed many laws, including the Military College Law, the Police College, the Military Retirement Law and the Ministry of Defense, where there are no laws but an internal system and we will work Upon adopting laws for it. ”End 29 / A 43