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Economic Committee calls on GOI to take advantage of CH VII situation for some issues

Unread postby Stillw8n » Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:23 am

Economic Committee calls on GOI to take advantage of CH VII situation for some issues

Called on the Economic Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Wednesday, the Iraqi government to take advantage of the decision to exit Iraq from Chapter VII to achieve a quantum leap to the reality of the Iraqi citizen areas of economic and service, while demanding to increase the salaries of retirees and speed to send the bill Unified Retirement to the House for a vote.

The decision of the Economic Commission Mahma Khalil during a press conference the parliament building and attended (range Press), “The government agencies are invited to invest the decision to exit Iraq from Chapter VII, to achieve a qualitative leap to the reality of the Iraqi citizens in the areas of economic and service,” stressing the need to “increase the ration card items and the development of infrastructure and resolve the crisis of drinking water and electricity. “

Asked Khalil to the Iraqi government to “work to increase the salaries of social protection for orphans and widows, the disabled and state employees and increase pensions and send a bill Unified Retirement to the House for a vote,” calling on the Ministry of Planning and the rest of the service ministries to “develop a plan of action after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII , so as to enhance the service of the Iraqi citizen. “

He stressed Khalil on the need to “meet the needs and aspirations of the Iraqi people of all factions and ethnic groups, and put an end to his suffering long with the lack of services and rampant unemployment and the unemployed, and the growing queues graduates who could not get a chance to work properly.”

The UN Security Council approved, on Thursday, (June 27, 2013), unanimously approved the decision to remove Iraq from Chapter VII, after more than two decades of sanctions imposed by the Council under this chapter after the invasion of Saddam Hussein’s regime of Kuwait in August 1990, while Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari, Iraq fulfill its obligations to the international community, counting resolution pivotal historical event in Iraq’s relationship with the international community.

He described the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, AVI the 27 of June 2013, the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII as “a step task to restore international stature,” stressing that the international resolutions “has become one of the past,” as pointed out that Iraq has become free of the restrictions imposed because of “follies” of the former regime, appealed for all countries in the region and the world to “extend the hand of friendship,” and stressed that “Iraq can not be involved in the policy of axes and polarization.”

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon called on Tuesday (18 June 2013), an end to the sanctions imposed on Iraq since the invasion of Kuwait in 1990 under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, noting in a report submitted to the UN Security Council, the governments of Iraq and Kuwaiti “أبدتا of seasoned and respected in removing the effects of that invasion.”

He called on Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, in (13 June 2013), the United States and Britain, through their ambassadors in Baghdad, Robert Stephen Beckerovi, Simon Collis, to support Iraq out of Chapter VII, while confirming the pursuit of Baghdad to expand its consultations with members of the UN Security Council to assist and support Iraq in its endeavor.

And signed both Iraq and Kuwait, in (the 28th of May 2013), two memoranda of understanding concerning the arrangements for maintenance of the physical-border joint and finance the construction of a residential complex in Umm Qasr, where the side expressed Kuwait’s readiness to help Iraq out of the provisions of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in (the 26th of May 2013), signed by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari with Martin Kobler Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and head of UNAMI in Iraq (the time), on the extradition agreement the amount of damages assessed by the Security Council in its resolution No. 899 for the year 1994 to compensate Iraqi farmers whose farms have been affected as a result of the demarcation of the border between Iraq and Kuwait during the period between 1991 – 1994 “, set out will be followed soon another step to build a modern residential city of Umm Qasr to accommodate Iraqi families affected by the same reason.

The UN Security Council issued a year (1993) Resolution No. (833) which provides for the demarcation of the border between Kuwait and Iraq, and the extended length (about 216 km), and the application of the decision in part by the former regime to the deduction of large swathes of Iraqi territory and annexed to land Kuwaiti territory included in the Safwan area and in Umm Qasr area since the mid-nineties became a whole within the limits of the State of Kuwait.
He objected to a lot of Iraqi officials after the fall of the former regime in 2003 to complete the procedures for the demarcation of the land border between the two countries in accordance with Resolution No. 833, considering that the decision imposed on Iraq under international pressure and in unusual circumstances.

The area has seen the border between Iraq and Kuwait early March 2013, demonstrations carried out by residents of Umm Qasr in protest against the construction of the separation wall between the two countries, and threatened with exposure to Kuwaitis in the event of continuing built, also called on Congress Basra in the Iraqi parliament (12 March 2013), the Governments of Iraq and Kuwait and the United Nations to stop procedures demarcation of new borders and refused to join the oil wells in the region to the sovereignty of Kuwait until reaching a solution satisfactory to both parties and reconsider the agreement signed by the previous regime with Kuwait.

underwent Iraq since the year (1990) under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which imposed after the the invasion of the former regime of President Saddam Hussein of Kuwait in August of the same year, and this item allows the use of force against Iraq as a threat to international security, in addition to freeze large amounts of its assets in the financial global banks to pay compensation to those affected by the invasion.
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