Security: conscription ensure the Iraqis and the law of the National Guard will not pass in Parliament
Member of the Commission Parliamentary Security: conscription ensure the Iraqis and the law of the National Guard will not pass in Parliament
09/15/2015 12:32 GMT
Follow-up – and babysit – saw the security and defense committee member of the parliamentary Majid Gharrawi, on Tuesday, that conscription real guarantee for all Iraqis, while stressing on the disabled National Guard Law, and not passed in the parliament.
Said Ghraoui today, that “conscription better than the National Guard law on the grounds that a real guarantee for all Iraqis, and the draft of a national, not a project is allocated to a particular province or certain parties, and not as a law of the National Guard who are chosen sons, which according to the standards, not specific legal parameters of , but the partisan loyalties of some officials and influential figures in the state. ”
“The National Guard law will not recognize at this time, and will cause will not pass in the House of Representatives will vote on it, after what we have seen the presence of foreign agendas and in support of US for this project, which seeks through the establishment of some small armies in certain provinces, and therefore will support these armies by America and the West; to weaken the central government and for inner-city battles between the political blocs in those cities, “he said, adding” We support the return of conscription, but not at this critical time, but when the country is more stable, so that we can build successful by all ways and means security institution scientific and technical. ”
And was a member of the board of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, Sheikh Hamoudi, had confirmed earlier that the draft of the National Guard who our face lifting of the agenda of the Council in agreement with the Presidential Commission Act, will not vote for it unless kept pace with the size of the victories achieved by the crowd People and security forces, and preserve their rights Full.