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    Post by Rocky Sun Feb 14, 2016 10:18 am

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    Il Giornale - Mahmoud Mafraji
    It announced a parliamentary source, the presence of a frantic movements carried out by the Iraqi Union of Forces for holding a political deal with the National Alliance, the Union of Forces on the track to pass the criminalization Baathification law in exchange that the National Alliance to pass an amnesty law Am.oukal source (Il Giornale), Saturday (February 13, 2016), that "there are leaders in the Federation of Iraqi forces trying to persuade a number of leaders of the National Alliance this deal in order to pass the amnesty law by the points he wants the Union," adding that "contacts were at the level of deputies between the two sides." He added, "The Iraqi forces union has mobility even at the level of the US embassy before attempting to bargain a contract with the National Alliance," noting that "the US embassy had informed the Union of Forces of their interest in passing the amnesty law and the lack of conviction judgments issued against a number of leaders." The source said, "The Iraqi forces union wants to complete this transaction before sitting the leaders of the political blocs on the compatibility table." The news confirmed by the National Alliance MP Ahmed Salal, noting that these conversations in closed rooms. But Salal said during a statement (Il Giornale), said that "the National Alliance could not agree to pass a general amnesty law in accordance with the points that it deems Iraqi forces union." He added, "The Iraqi forces union focuses on the general amnesty law because it wants to get a pardon on a lot of convicted fugitives outside Iraq, and accused of involvement in terrorist acts, and this can not be the National Alliance to approve it, as the National Alliance is pushing not covered by any from whose hands are stained with the blood of the people. " Salal also noted that "the National Alliance Street can not convince Thus such a deal, as the law if passed the way he wants the Union forces, he will definitely angry with the National Alliance." He Salal "The National Alliance has no problem with civil paragraphs contained in the draft of the amnesty law because the law put her solutions and can be solved either by the judiciary or understanding the abuser and abused, but the inclusion of the criminals of this law is a red line for the National Alliance ". And cross-Salal believed "if the amnesty law to circle the political consensus reached, the National Alliance will not be passed by, but if out of this circuit means that understanding got around him and can pass, noting that this week is crucial to pass a legal amnesty and federal court."
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