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Iraqi Parliament Objects to Appointment of Minority Bloc Envoy by US

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TEHRAN, August 1 (ICANA) – Member of the Iraqi Parliament’s Foreign Relations Committee, Hussein Khudhier al-Hamdani says “the appointment of an American envoy to protect minorities in some countries, including Iraq, is considered one of the means for foreign interference in the country’s affairs.”
Monday, August 01, 2011 8:43:44 PM
Iraqi Parliament Objects to Appointment of Minority Bloc Envoy by US

According to Aswat al-Iraq news agency, Iraq’s Christian al-Rafidain parliamentary bloc had rejected any interference in the country’s national affairs, confirming its dependence on the national partnership to protect it, whilst it announced non-rejection of the appointment of an American envoy as observer in Iraq.

The U.S. House of Representatives had agreed on Saturday on the appointment of a special envoy on human rights and protection of the religious minorities in Egypt, Iraq, Pakistan and other Middle East and South-Asian states, pending the final approval by the U.S. Senate on the decision.

“The appointment of the said envoy is alright, as an observer towards such rights, though we reject interference in our patriotic and nationalist affairs, thing that would have its passive and not positive impact,” Legislature Younadim Kanna told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, confirming that “the minorities depend in the national partnership to protect their rights.”

Kanna reiterated that “such international observation shall represent a strong opposition for the religious and nationalist extremists.”

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