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    Post by Rocky Fri 25 Jul 2014, 5:48 pm

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    Thursday, July 25, 2014 22:02
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    U.S. House of Representatives passed by an overwhelming majority a resolution to prevent President Barack Obama from sending any troops to Iraq to do combat role continuously without the consent of Congress.
    Reports indicate that it should have the approval of the resolution by the U.S. Senate in order to be binding.
    The decision threatens to open the way for many of the questions related to the constitutional separation between the executive and legislative powers, but the decision may be more symbolic than legal effect.
    Obama was explicitly ruled out sending combat troops to Iraq to help in the fight against extremist insurgents.
    However, he said the House of Representatives, Democrats and Republicans that they need to re-confirm what they say is their constitutional right to use military force Baltkhuyl.
    The United States has announced that send about 1,000 military advisers to Iraq because of the security crisis there after he was scheduled to be the 300 only upon the decision of President Barack Obama in order to take care of the establishment of two joint operations in Baghdad and Erbil.
    He was press secretary for the U.S. Department of Defense [Pentagon], Admiral John Kirby announced that the security assessment teams working in Iraq handed over its findings and that they have reached the office of the Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel.
    Kirby said in a meeting with reporters that "the issue needs some time before going ahead with any specific decisions on follow-up military aid to the Iraqi security forces."
    With the arrival of some of these advisers to the U.S. military in Baghdad said 25 of the last month to agree on the formation of an Iraqi Operations Command - a joint U.S. and days after the formation of other similar in Erbil for security coordination in the fight against terrorism and intelligence sharing.
    On his part, the commander of U.S. Central Command, Gen. Lloyd Austin, who visited Iraq yesterday expressed grave very situation in the country, "adding that" in the absence of the political movement means that any support you may consider introducing the U.S. government will have limited results in the short term only " . ended.

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