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Deputy for Iraq: the continuing terrorist attacks, evidence of the failure of the government

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Deputy for Iraq: the continuing terrorist attacks, evidence of the failure of the government

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Deputy for Iraq: the continuing terrorist attacks, evidence of the failure of the government and security agencies

16-09-2013 12:24 PM

[pic=http://www.ikhnews.com/image.php?token=a9572d5cdc073eb0369f801dc20e296a&size=]Deputy for Iraq: the continuing terrorist attacks, evidence of the failure of the government[/pic]
Baghdad (news) .. MP for / coalition in Iraq / Salem Delly, that the continuation of terrorist attacks evidence of the failure of the government and the devices away, pointing out that the national meeting will not solve the differences. said Daly in a statement (of the Agency news): The continuing deterioration of security in Baghdad and the provinces evidence of the failure of the government security agencies for accreditation same Alasttratejah. added: that the deterioration of security is a clear sign of political failure in the political arena, pointing out that the political blocs is counting on the national meeting, but will not add anything to the political arena will not solve the differences. noted MP for the coalition in Iraq to: The Back to previous agreements and implementation of the sponsor to resolve differences that help security and political stability. was a member of a coalition of state law, MP / National Alliance / Ihsan al-Awadi, he hoped to come out of the political blocs of the national meeting of the expected positive results. Awadi said in an earlier statement (the news): Consider that the National Conference will be held and not be like its predecessors meetings without interest. / End

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