Najafi: I’ll personally to the National Congress to sign a document of honor

Posted: September 19, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Editor: BS 09/18/2013 14:33

The head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, on Wednesday, he will attend “personally” to the National Conference of social peace to sign a document of honor among Iraqi political forces proposed by the Presidency of the Republic, and as pointed out that the conference will give “a new opportunity and a positive message for the Iraqi people.”

Osama al-Nujaifi during a press conference the parliament building, and attended (Long Press), “I’ll personally to the National Conference of social peace which will be held, tomorrow, Thursday, to sign a document of honor among the political forces,” noting that “This conference will give a new opportunity and a new message for the Iraqi people. ”

Najafi added that “despite the existence of the suffering of previous agreements and non-implementation, but we hope that this conference will be the beginning of the implementation of the agreements between the political forces,” he said, adding that “to come to this conference will contribute to the truce in Iraq.”
He was Vice President Khodair al confirmed in (16 September 2013) that the country’s leaders and political masses will sign tomorrow, Thursday, to honor document for social peace, at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic. ”

It is noteworthy that the political process in Iraq is witnessing a crisis chronic and continuous since the announcement of the results of the legislative elections last year 2009, worsened against the backdrop of protests and widespread in the provinces and regions with a Sunni majority, since (the 21 of December 2012 the past), and the subsequent demonstrations and protests in the majority of the provinces as a result of the deterioration of services, and conflict “unprecedented” between the executive and legislative branches, the part of the explosive between the political blocs (even single-color), as well as the worsening violence and displacement, including portends the return of the sectarian war.


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