Presidency emphasizes the holding of elections on time and save the sovereignty of Iraq


History of edits:: 2017/5/4 14:0466 times readable
[Oan- Baghdad]
stressed the presidency, to hold parliamentary elections on schedule according to the constitution.
According to a presidential statement meet for the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that ” the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, met on Thursday, at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, with the Vice – President Nuri al – Maliki and Iyad Allawi and Osama Najafi and discussed with them the political and security developments.”
The meeting stressed , according to the statement “on unnecessary hold the next parliamentary elections in the constitutional date Almistojb,” noting ” the need to focus special attention on the provision of legal requirements and operational mechanisms to ensure that.”
He added , “while alive the meeting, the victories of our armed forces in the battle to liberate Mosul and the war on terrorism , he stressed the need to provide all the guarantees for the protection of civilians and displaced persons also discussed ways to mobilize national capacities and international support for the stabilization and reconstruction of the liberated areas, noting the importance of strengthening the national unity and joint action.”
The meeting also stressed “the need to preserve the sovereignty and independence of Iraq and the rejection of foreign interference in its affairs and stressed not to engage in regional conflicts and ensuring the maintenance of the supreme national interests of the country.”
The meeting also stressed the means to impose the prestige of the state completely by adhering to the Constitution and the laws and the application of its provisions to ensure the strengthening of security and stability.



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