[size=36]Al-Fateh: the return of the international alliance in violation of the parliament’s decisions[/size]
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considered the al-Fateh coalition, Sunday, the talk about the return of the international alliance in violation of the decisions of Parliament.
The coalition member, Razaq Al-Haidari, said that "rumors of coordination with the coalition, if true, are rumored as a violation of the parliament’s decisions that it issued, and it is definitely rejected."
He explained, "It is not possible to re-coordinate between the Iraqi forces in all their classifications, even if the air force, and between foreign forces, whether American or other nationalities, because its presence was decided by the parliamentary decision that decided to leave, and the governmental implementation remains hopeful. It was conducted by the new Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
He pointed out that "the Iraqi forces suffered a setback in 2014, particularly when ISIS was able to control large parts of the country," noting that "it is no longer so thanks to the training and experience it gained during the past years of war, and therefore no longer There is any significance for the presence of the international coalition, which is the most prominent accused of destroying many Iraqi regions due to errors in the air strikes, and it is also on more than one sort of target targeting Iraqi forces, including those of the Popular Mobilization.
Al-Haidari added, "The Iraqi military establishment has always recognized the need for international coalition forces, and on this basis a vote was taken in the Iraqi parliament in favor of its graduation, and it is now insignificant by the recognition of specialists from the military, and is sovereignly rejected through the parliament's decision."
The House of Representatives, at the beginning of this year, voted in an extraordinary session in the presence of the Prime Minister at the time, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, on a decision committing the government to work to end the request for assistance submitted to the international coalition led by Washington and end any foreign forces presence on Iraqi soil, after two days From the US assassination of Soleimani and the engineer. At the time, the US State Department expressed what it described as "disappointment" regarding this decision, calling on the Iraqi authorities to reconsider it. Ended 29 / A 43