Jubouri and is filed Washington: limiting arms possession and the goal of the state is very 


Political Since 02/04/2016 13:13 pm (Baghdad time)
BAGHDAD – balances News

The President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, Thursday, on the importance of building a democratic state based on the government tells citizens’ rights and is committed to the principle of limiting arms possession of official security forces.

A statement by the Information Office of the Jabouri received / balances News / copy of it, “House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, gave a lecture to a group of researchers at Harvard University, government studies and meet with a group of intellectuals and decision-makers.”

The statement added that “al-Jubouri discussed in detail the developments of the political and security scenes and challenges faced by Iraq at all levels, especially the implications of lower oil prices and its consequences and the importance of finding alternative resources.”

The statement said that “the President of the House of Representatives accept effective means to defeat Daash and criminal gangs,” stressing “the importance of building democratic state that rely on the government that protects the rights of citizens and is committed to the principle of limiting arms possession of official security forces.”

 He continued, that “al-Jubouri also touched on the displaced and the need to file their return to their areas especially those that have been freed from the control of terrorist Daash gangs and the importance of moving in Parwathakiq three-editing and maintenance of the land and ages and compensation.”

The Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, on Wednesday, said that the victories achieved in Ramadi against terrorist Daash were not Shlh.anthy 29/4 e / P / 40


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