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Allawi: Iraq is under Chapter VI, and the ruling authority must think about the interests of the people

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Allawi: Iraq is under Chapter VI, and the ruling authority must think about the interests of the people

Political | 11:53 - 01/17/2020

 
 

 

 Baghdad - Mawazine News
, leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, confirmed that Iraq is still under the sixth item, indicating that the ruling authority must think about the interests of Iraq and the people first.
Allawi said in a tweet on "Twitter", that "Iraq and its people should not be the scene of the conflict between the opponents today, while it faces terrorism and is still under penalty of Chapter VI, and the ruling authority should think about the interests of Iraq and its people first and then the safety of the peoples of the region."
He added: "America and Iran chose the conflict at the expense of the people of Iraq and the peoples of the region, so Iraq has become a land of conflict where the opponents agreed to confiscate the decision of the Iraqi people when they voted for the Iraqi coalition that won the 2010 elections." Ended 29 / h

 

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17-01-2020 11:48 AM


Iyad Allawi: Iraq is subject to Chapter VI .. The ruling authority should think about the interests of the people

 

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The leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, affirmed that Iraq is still subject to Chapter VI, indicating that the ruling authority must think about the interests of Iraq and the people first.

Allawi said in a tweet on "Twitter", that "Iraq and its people should not be the scene today of the conflict between the adversaries while facing terrorism and is still under penalty of Chapter VI and the ruling authority should think about the interests of Iraq and its people first and then the safety of the peoples of the region."

He added, "America and Iran chose the conflict at the expense of the people of Iraq and the peoples of the region. So Iraq has become a land of conflict where the opponents agreed to confiscate the decision of the Iraqi people when they voted for the Iraqi coalition that won the 2010 elections."

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No, you the Iraq Government chose Iran. That's why your in this mess, you bunch of dumb @#%&! 

 

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10 hours ago, slb said:

No, you the Iraq Government chose Iran. That's why your in this mess, you bunch of dumb @#%&! 

 

 

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And that is why you are Platinum VIP slb.   :bravo:

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13 hours ago, slb said:

No, you the Iraq Government chose Iran. That's why your in this mess, you bunch of dumb @#%&! 

 

Well-stated. 

 

Allawi should just be put under the Iran/Maliki tent here and we can move on from his rhetoric pretty easily. 

 

 

 

 

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