Parliamentary Legal: the possibility of replacing the National Guard compulsory service law[/ltr]
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He said a member of the parliamentary legal committee, said on Monday that "there is a possibility to replace the National Guard, the law of compulsory service law."
Ibtisam al-Hilali told all of Iraq [where] that "the National Guard Law is witnessing a sharp political differences, and that there is a possibility to replace him and replaced the compulsory service, which includes young people from the age of 18 the law," pointing out that "the Iraqi street in dire need of a set of laws that I serve. "
And the sons of the popular crowd made it clear that "the government has formed a special board of the children of the popular crowd as well as it has forced a large number of fighters in the ranks of the Ministry of Defence and became among the affiliates of the Iraqi army."
And however that "the Legal Committee will work during the next legislative term to put the laws of [the Federal Court, oil and gas, consultants and the general amnesty law] to return to the country in economic benefits serve the budget and contribute to the stability of the political situation."
The House of Representatives had read a number of laws, but political differences have prevented the approval, as the Federal Court Rules, amnesty and National Guard experiencing political differences on the terms and conditions contained in those laws.
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