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Turkish government asks parliament to intervene militarily in Syria and Iraq

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Turkish government asks parliament to intervene militarily in Syria and Iraq Empty Turkish government asks parliament to intervene militarily in Syria and Iraq

Post by rocky Mon 29 Sep 2014, 5:34 pm

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Baghdad / follow Baghdadi News / .. Turkish government announced on Monday, for submitting a request to the Parliament a draft resolution authorizing the use of force in Syria and Iraq, and to join the coalition that has been formed to fight the "Daash."
The network quoted NTV television news for Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek was quoted as saying "We must send a draft resolution to Parliament tomorrow."
The Prime Minister of the Islamic conservative Ahmet Davutoglu, said Sunday that these suggestions can be reported to the House of Representatives starting this Monday to discuss them in a public hearing scheduled for Thursday.
The first of these traditional resolutions, renew-year period, the permission granted by parliament for the Turkish armed forces to intervene in Iraq.
This decision was yet to allow Turkey to launch raids on the rear bases of the PKK rebels holed up in the Kandil Mountains in the far north of Iraq.
The second resolution would give a new approval itself on conducting military operations on the territory of Syria.
After explicit rejection, it seems that Turkey is ready to share its role in the military intervention carried out by Althalv.anthy

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