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Iraq MPs say no more deportations to Iraq

30 April

IFIR Press release:Iraq MPs say no more deportations to Iraq

Over 100 members of the Iraqi Parliament will sign a resolution to urge the federal governemnt of Iraq to refuse to accept the forced deportation of Iraqis from the countries they seek refuge in.

It comes as over 50 Kurdish and Iraqi people have been detained in UK immigration detention centres over the last month. The UK government has been unable to deport refugees to Iraq after a campaign by the International Federation of Iraqi Refugees-IFIR in Iraq pressured the government there to stop accepting forced deportations.  
However, under pressure from the UK and other European governments the government in Baghdad appears to be reneging on promises they have made.

The 104 MPs have made the commitment in response to the IFIR campaign. Please find the application for the resolution below and the names and signatures of the MPs attached. 

This is all taking place at a time when Iraq is being plagued by war and violence, which is forcing so many to make the dangerous journey across the sea to Europe.

Contact: Dashty Jamal, IFIR, on 07856032991 or Ari Jalal on 009647707524343
or Email:ifir@hotmail.co.uk

 

Dear President of Iraqi Parliament                                          Number: 195             

                                                                                                   Date: 26/04/2017

 

First Deputy Speaker

Deputy Speaker

Subject: Request for Resolution


In acknowledgement of the threat imposed by the security conditions on the lives and livelihoods of our citizens, that lead many of them to seek refuge where their lives, dignity and rights are protected, and as a result of the forced deportation procedures that Iraqi refugees are subjected to in some countries, many deported Iraqis are subjected to threats of physical elimination, suicidal tendencies and enormous financial and psychological pressures. Therefore, we urge your Excellency to allow a resolution urging the federal government of Iraq to take all necessary measures to prevent the forced deportation of Iraqis from the countries they seek refuge in.


Also we have attached the signatures and request resolution in Arabic.


Attached:
List of Names of PMs and their signatures

 

 

 

1

Amin Bakr Muhamad

 

2

Mahmud Raza Amin

 

3

Kawa Mhamad Mawlud

 

4

Abdulwahab Ali Mahmud

 

5

Raswl Raza Abw Hasan

 

6

Salim Hhamza Salh

 

7

Jawad Al bolany

 

8

Rahem Al dalaji

 

9

Dr.Sherko  Mirza Ahmad

 

10

Hassan Al shameri

 

11

Dr.Aber Al Hussen

 

12

Dr. Farhad Qadr

 

13

Munazil Al Mosawi

 

14

Rasul Al Taie

 

15

Ribwar Taha

 

16

Jamila al Abedi

 

17

Adli nuri

 

18

Hars shnshil

 

19

Hajy kandor

 

20

Musana amin nadir

 

21

Salah aljbory

 

22

Dr.ban Dush

 

23

Amal Hussen

 

24

Ahmed aljbwry

 

25

Abdull karim

 

26

Hamed Abd

 

27

Hasan alnwbrd

 

28

Dr.Ardalan Nuradin

 

29

Aslam hsin abd

 

30

Masud haidar rostam

 

31

D.baxtiar shawaes

 

32

Amira abdulkrim hamalaw

 

33

Suham Al Mosawi

 

34

Asya hajy slym

 

35

Ashwaq aljaf

 

36

M.ashwaq  Al jbwri

 

37

Dr.Eqbal abdHussen

 

38

Qasm Al Aabudi

 

39

Dr.kamel alzyey

 

40

Emad

 

41

Read Al dhalgms

 

42

Salm Al yasary

 

43

Laqa Mahdi wardi

 

44

Srwa Abdullwahed

 

45

D.Jamal Abdzahed

 

46

Ali shari maliky

 

47

Abdulla

 

48

Falih Al sary

 

49

Jabar Alsadi

 

50

D.Beston Adil

 

51

Soran esmael Abdulla

 

52

Laila barznjy

 

53

D. Tavga Ahmad Merza

 

54

Bnghez Al Mazori

 

55

Manal Al malhawe

 

56

Abdull Hadi

 

57

Methaq Al Aamidi

 

58

Xadeja Al Marswe

 

59

Janed Muhamad

 

60

D. Swad Hamed

 

61

Saman fatah hasan

 

62

Nawzad raswl hasan

 

63

Muhsin qsman

 

64

Jamal Ahmad

 

65

Najat Al abedi

 

66

Aesha Al masari

 

67

Faiq Sheikh Ali

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