Khalidi: Maliki and Nujaifi agreed to form a committee to speed up the enactment of the amnesty law
Sunday, August 26, 2012 16:57
BAGHDAD / Baghdadiya News : confirmed the decision of Parliament Mohammed al-Khalidi, Sunday, that the meeting between President of the House of Representatives and ministers came out in agreement on the formation of a committee to speed up the enactment of a law of amnesty.
He Khalidi told / Baghdadiya News /, that "the meeting between House Speaker Osama Nujaifi and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki all the topics discussed in the political arena to alongside discussion Tdeiat crisis and its impacts on the Syrian Iraq."
He pointed out that "meeting, which lasted for two hours was agreed when the patient subject expulsion covered by the law of accountability and justice in the Baiji refinery and agreed to form a committee to implement the decision of a general amnesty in addition to discussing the general political situation, and agreed to unify political discourse towards things regional and international private Syrian crisis as well to address the relationship between the legislative and executive branches. "
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He said, "The meeting stressed the Dharroh speeding decisively file security ministries and political reforms in addition to put the problem of the situation in Diyala province after the crisis passed out in the recent past, and to emphasize the need to include these things paper reform put forward by the National Alliance in order to resolve the political crisis relationship between blocs. "
The Prime Minister had received in his office the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi
A statement by Maliki's office received the agency / Baghdadiya News / copy of it, he was during the meeting emphasized the importance of cooperation between the executive and legislative branches to serve the interests of the people, and that the Constitution is the authority in dealing with all matters, and emphasize the need to make progress on the road to reforms and address issues on the basis of the Constitution, and particularly with regard to oil and gas laws and a general amnesty and accountability and justice, and move the functions needed in the way of state-building, stressing the need to end all disputes over oil contracts and investments in the oil. "
The statement noted that al-Maliki said Iraq sought to develop its military capabilities and defense, including aircraft f16 which are supposed to receive their first meal in March.
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