03/30/2013 - 12:35 pm
He head of the parliamentary legal committee, Saturday, expressed its support for the plan to establish three federations in Iraq as a "guarantee for the construction of a unified federal state," according to a draft U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.
Committee Chairman Khalid Shwani in a statement that "a delegation of the Committee and during his visit to the United States met at the State Department with Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs and officials of the Iraq file in the ministry for the exchange of views on the future of relations between the two countries within the framework of the strategic agreement as well as the political crisis in the country. "
Shwani pointed out that "the Committee believes in the establishment of three federations in Iraq will be a guarantee for the construction of a unified federal state according to a draft U.S. Vice President Joe Biden."
"The delegation of the Committee and U.S. officials emphasized the need to address the problems in accordance with the Constitution to ensure the participation of all in the decision-making and the completion of building the institutions of state and federal."
The Vice-President Joe Biden in 2007 and prior to his election as vice president Barack Obama during his first term in 2008, a project classified as "non-binding", suggested a form of political system in Iraq, to carve up Iraq into three federations president, and considering the Kirkuk area with special administration, proposed and won congressional approval time.
The MP for the Iraqi List Haider Mulla said in a statement in (27 this March) that "the proposed U.S. Vice President Joe Biden judge divide Iraq found who makes it to the fullest of new Islamist, whereas Iran is the best ally in this project divisive who met Wills Several implemented ", accusing House Speaker Osama Nujaifi seeking to implement the project.
The Mullah was among the members of the parliamentary delegation of the Legal Committee, which met with Biden and officials and the U.S. State Department in Washington.
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