Najafi, Ban Ki-moon: UN courageous decisions needed to remove Iraq from Chapter VII

Najafi in his meeting with Ban Ki-moon: UN courageous decisions needed to remove Iraq from Chapter VII

Thursday, December 06, 1 / December 2012 17:36

[Baghdad – where]

Search House Speaker Osama Nujaifi with the Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon to remove Iraq from Chapter VII and the outstanding issues with Kuwait.

A statement by the speaker’s office has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Thursday that “Najafi and during a meeting with the Office of the day UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discussed with him several files including removing obstacles between Iraq and Kuwait of border demarcation and the freedom of navigation and the missing and compensate farmers “.

He added that “Najafi said during the meeting, to the role of the UN effective in Iraq and the need for courageous decisions to resolve contentious issues between Iraq and Kuwait and Security Council have the final word to exit Iraq from Chapter VII.”

The statement continued, “At the outset of an interview the secretary-general of the United Nations for major achievement the House of Representatives in the formation of the Independent Electoral Commission and its role in light of the approaching provincial elections and representation of women, which must take into account the size of women Iraqi society said Najafi said the election commission formed after the great suffering and head of UNAMI in Iraq Martin Kobler was on the line and the subject of balance is verified and we chose a woman from the Turkmen component which is the only day in the commission and there is a proposed law in the House of Representatives to increase the number and be a woman and the Christian component. ”

For his part, Ban Ki-moon to “human rights and Iraq could take advantage of the experience of the United Nations in this area after the House of Representatives was able to form a Human Rights Commission and its emphasis on the decision of the General Assembly of the United Nations to stop the death penalty and reduce them.”

As explained Nujaifi that “file executions of the thorniest issues in the light of exposure of State for many attacks and breaches and the death penalty in place in many countries of the world, and there are 40 items in the Iraqi Penal Code provides for the death penalty will the House of Representatives audited while maintaining the security of the country.”

The statement noted, “it was the discussion of the current fundamental crisis between the federal government and the Kurdistan region, and alive, Secretary General of the UN leadership and wisdom displayed by Najafi through peaceful dialogue achieved and calm the crisis put new proposals.”

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon arrived Thursday morning Baghdad from Kuwait, and was met at Baghdad International Airport by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari. Ended.