Human rights calls for commitment to the constitutional and direct dates to determine the date of the parliamentary session and the announcement of the formation of the government


Release date: 2018/8/21 15:57 • 53 times read
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The High Commission for Human Rights called for commitment to the constitutional and direct dates to determine the date of the parliamentary session and the announcement of the formation of the government.
“The head of the High Commission for Human Rights Aqeel al-Mansouri al-Moussawi and its deputy, and the members of the Board of Commissioners and all its staff in Baghdad and the provinces, congratulated the Iraqi people on the occasion of Eid al-Adha,” said a statement issued by the agency on the occasion of Eid al-Adha. And that all good, progress, prosperity and lasting stability at all levels of Iraq will be blessed with pride, victory and prosperity. ” . 
He added: “The timing of this holiday coincided with the ratification of the results of the elections by the Federal Court, which is the starting point to complete the requirements of the next phase through hard work and fruitful to promote democracy and achieve the demands of the Iraqi people to form a strong and firm government representing all the colors of beautiful Iraqi spectrum from north to south “He said.
The statement added: “On this occasion, the Commission calls on the humanitarian and human rights of the Iraqi people to adhere to the constitutional and direct timing of the meeting of the House of Representatives elected and announced the formation of the government and the election of the three presidencies and the exercise of their duties entrusted to them and God to reconcile.”

 

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