PARLIAMENT DECIDES TO HOST MALIKI NEXT THURSDAY TO DISCUSS THE SITUATION IN ANBAR
Baghdad: announced Iraqi National List, Wednesday, that the Presidium of the parliament decided to hold a special meeting next Thursday (February 6 now), to host Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and all parties concerned to discuss the situation in Anbar.
said the head of the Iraqi parliament, Salman al-Jumaili in a statement received “Alsumaria News,” a copy of it, that “the Presidency of the Council of Representatives approved a request to hold a special meetingnext Thursday approved (February 6, 2014), to discuss the crisis in Anbar.”
added Jumaili that “the presidency of the parliament have been invited to host all the parties concerned by the crisis, most notably Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Minister of Defense, “pointing out that” all the blocks shown responsiveness with it except for a coalition of state law. ”
and demanded the Iraqi bloc parliamentary Tuesday (February 25, 2014), to convene aspecial session of Parliament and hosting Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the ministers of defense, immigration and the rights of rights and the army chief of staff to discuss the status of Anbar.
noteworthy that Anbar province, and its gray, (110 km west of Baghdad) have been witnessing (21 December 2013), the process of large-scale military in the province extends to the border with Jordan and Syria, share it cuts military and combat helicopters as well as gunmen from the tribes, to hunt down the organization of what is known as the state of Iraq and the Levant Islamic “Daash”, and led to the deaths and injuries and the arrest andexpulsion of dozens of elements of the organization, and is still fighting going on.