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“Al-Fath” alliance, led by Secretary-General of the “Badr” Hadi al-Ameri on Thursday, the political blocs with the survival of foreign forces in Iraq and not take them out, and what you say in the media is not true.
“I do not think there is a real desire from some political blocs to remove foreign forces from Iraq, especially since there are a lot of political blocs have a position in the media and behind the scenes have a different position,” said the leader of the alliance Naseem Abdullah, told Ashqaf News.
“These blocs want not to have a law to remove foreign forces from Iraq, and these political blocs is not sincere in their words in the media and its right position is the survival of foreign forces in Iraq and not remove them with regret.”
The Iraqi Council of Representatives has called last year the federal government to set a timetable for foreign forces that helped to eliminate the organization calling for exit from the country.
The Shiite political blocs close to Iran has been on more than one occasion to submit a bill to parliament to withdraw foreign troops, but this has not been translated on the ground.