The iraqi prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, has on Sunday called on parliament to approve a bill to throw out all foreign troops out of the country.
the Bill was approved in an emergency meeting on Sunday, and it must to a final vote Saturday.
The typing of several international media, including the Washington Post, the BBC and the news agency Reuters.
That was on Sunday summoned to an emergency session of the iraqi parliament, where the bill was to be discussed. The prime minister recommends that the government should make a timetable for when all foreign troops must be out of the country.
It also includes the troops, which, under american leadership, fighting against the Islamic State in the country. Denmark also forces present in Iraq, helping train iraqi security forces to fight against this particular Islamic State. The training was set on Saturday of regard for troop safety.
- What happened was a political assassination.
Iraq may not accept it here. No foreign troops allowed to conduct their own military actions in Iraq, " says Adel Abdul Mahdi, according to the Washington Post about the u.s. drone strikes that killed the iranian general Qasem Soleimani near the iraqi capital, Baghdad.
the Bill must ensure that there is no foreign military presence in Iraq, whether by land, sea or in the air.
Adel Abdul Mahdi has got his bill approved by the parliament, and it must to a final vote Saturday. Photo: Khalid Al-Mousily/Ritzau Scanpix