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    He Called For A Comprehensive National Dialogue.. The Rule Of Law: The Return Of Parliament Sessions

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    Post by rocky Sat 13 Aug - 7:21

    [size=38]He Called For A Comprehensive National Dialogue.. The Rule Of Law: The Return Of Parliament Sessions Is A Political And Popular Demand
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    Information / Baghdad..
    The State of Law coalition affirmed, on Saturday, its refusal to disrupt parliament sessions, delay the formation of the government, and impose a fait accompli policy by distorting democracy, calling on political forces to sit at the table of a comprehensive national dialogue.
    The leader of the coalition, Raad Al-Mas, said in a statement to "Al-Maalouma", that "disrupting the constitutional institutions in these unstable circumstances will lead to undesirable consequences," noting that "the return of sessions and the formation of the government has become a popular and political demand to proceed with the constitutional entitlements."
    Al-Mas added, "The disruption of the legislative institution, the failure to pass laws and the failure to form a government will lead in Iraq to more chaos," stressing "the need for political forces to sit down in order to reach a common political ground from which to calm the situation and work to form a new government."
    The head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, confirmed, on Friday, that the demonstrations sent another message to all political components to come to a common word to cross the crisis. finished / 25 h
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