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Baghdad's - Shaima Rashid - Ann Salah

A few hours separating Iraq from the announcement of the world for the Iraqi historic event the most important and most prominent in the twenty-first century, the recognition by the state that does not threaten international peace and security, and re-integrated into the international community through the World to take it out of Chapter VII.

Iraq hopes that the UN Security Council announced on Thursday evening at seven o'clock to remove Iraq from the provisions of this chapter, after the recommendation of the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon said in a report submitted to the Security Council in which he said: "Iraq has fulfilled all its obligations."

MPs spoke for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," about the importance of this step because of been dealing with Iraq as a lawless and deprived Iraqis enjoy wealth of their country, stressing the need to develop a plan and curriculum for the post out of Chapter VII to lift Iraq to the ranks of developed countries.

MP from the bloc citizen Furat al-Shara described rid the country of the provisions of Chapter VII of money, "important achievement", which is calculated for the Iraqi government.

Shara said the "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": that "exceeded Chapter VII, is an important achievement for the Iraqi government," adding he was "a victory for Iraq and the Iraqis through the parliament and the executive government and effective institutions."

He continued: "The Iraqi negotiator managed to convince the internationalist community that Iraq has regained his normal in the region," explaining that "out of the provisions of Chapter VII aims to complete sovereignty and keep the economy takes his global".

Chapter VII is one of seventeen chapters make up the United Nations Charter, and consists of (13) which substances of 39 - 51, and the Charter as a whole consists of
(111) material, this chapter authorizes the Security Council to use force against the state or states that threaten international peace and security, and enjoy the decisions made based on this chapter mandatory Balsafh.

For his part, said the National Alliance MP Habib Terminal to the injustice done to Iraq due to delay his release from Chapter VII, which should have been eliminated the demise of the system that causes a threat to international peace and security.

He Terminal told the "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": that "the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII is a step in the right direction for sovereignty, especially since the Chapter VII authorizes international organizations disciplining countries that are harmful to international peace," he said, adding that Iraq was put under this item as a result of the reckless actions of the former regime.

He added: "The delay in the withdrawal of Iraq from this chapter in which a great injustice on Iraq, because the Iraqi people have no guilt in the case, and that what happened was the result of reckless and thoughtless system," noting that he was supposed to be directly out of Iraq immediately after the fall of the regime.

The MP pointed to the positive in Iraq would emerge from this chapter, saying: that Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII will open his door direct control over his own money, noting that there are approximately 80 billion dollars will be at the disposal of the Iraqi Central Bank, but he also said: "But at the same time open the door of individual claims and this is a problem."

He Terminal that the U.S. government is directly responsible to protect Iraqi funds because there are a lot of actors hungry Iraqi funds both at the international level, or the level of individuals and this issue will enter Iraq in a new crisis with the other parties, so we need to protect Iraqi funds by the American side for the coming years because Iraq is unable accordance with existing policies at the present time dimension of the damage from the Iraqi money.

He pointed out that improving relations with the rest of the world will reflect positively on all areas of the country.

The United States has pledged in the era of former U.S. President George W. Bush to protect Iraq's assets abroad, estimated at $50 billion, which prevent Iraq's creditors demand them over the past years due to the situation in Iraq under the tutelage of Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

The Legal Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives confirmed that Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII will bring his legal status in the international community, to what it was before the Security Council resolution which was issued by the invasion of the dictatorial regime of the State of Kuwait, which means raising the custody of Iraqi funds frozen abroad, to return will of the Iraqi wealth and absolute right to act.

In turn, the member list Rafidain MP Kanna that Iraq would emerge from Chapter VII has its pros big on Iraq including the failure to be considered a threat to international and regional security, as well as enhance the country's sovereignty and a good reputation and this in turn will be reflected on the reality of Iraq's political and international relations.

He said we were told the "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": that "this chapter considered Iraq a threat to world peace and therefore get rid of the charge that he inherited from previous policies is crucial in order to start a new phase more positive to get rid of all the chapters in the future after finish debts and loans owed by Iraq."

He continued: "the exit of Iraq from Chapter VII will recover and improve his reputation and that it will return a positive impact on the Iraqi people because a lot of international companies refuse to invest in Iraq as a result of international sanctions, but after leaving this chapter will begin phase seriousness of cooperation and will be reflected on the citizen by providing good jobs through investment.

Regarding the Iraqi funds and protection after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII, MP The protection of Iraqi funds is the duty of the international community, and is supposed to be in Chapter VI safeguards to protect the money from lawsuits it has to be to keep the international immunity to Iraqi funds.

This is also what he talked about the National Alliance MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, who called for the United States to abide by its pledge to protect Iraqi funds to when Iraq asked the lifting of her hand.

According to a statement issued by the Attorney-Maliki received "morning," a copy of it, that the United States commitment to its pledge to protect Iraqi funds frozen even after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII until finding the coordination between Iraq and the creditors in order to resolve the matter, lest exposed Iraqi funds to looting and seizure.

Maliki said: "The United States and the treaty that has been in the era of President George Bush II took it upon themselves to protect Iraqi funds abroad," adding that the importance of the continuation of this protection in a while to get rid of the problem of trade creditors is known.

He added that he has to be in Iraq at some point after his release from Chapter VII that works to coordinate with the creditor countries or with the United States in order to solve the debt problem for the protection of Iraqi funds, noting that the right of Iraq to get his money and utilize internally in order to support the Central Bank and the Iraqi economy and support of investment projects in the country.

The prosecutor hinted the possibility to benefit from this money in infrastructure to pass a law without the need to borrow from international banks where that Iraq could this money to work on the construction of new infrastructure without the need for external funds.

He noted that the continued protection the U.S. on Iraqi funds depends on the desire of Iraq therefore has to be for Iraq to be replaced initially all the problems of its creditors before being asked to lift the immunity of its assets in order to ensure their safety and lack of exposure to loot or to establish claims of international them, believing that the moment is not suitable for lifting American immunity them because things have not yet been clarified in this regard.

In the meantime, the parliamentary economic committee said that Iraq out of Chapter VII and entry in Chapter VI will create greater freedom for the Iraqi banking sector to deal with international companies and banks.

A member of the Committee Abdul-Abbas Xiaa for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": "The Iraq out of Chapter VII, will allow greater freedom for the Iraqi banks to open accounts and global banking transactions more spacious."

The Xiaa added that "banks will have a global presence and wide within the Iraqi banking sector through a partnership with Iraqi banks," explaining that "the banking deal will be much easier after the withdrawal of Iraq from Chapter VII."

The Chapter VII of the most important and most dangerous chapters contained in the Charter, as it enjoys the Security Council under this chapter wide discretion as to whether there was a threat to the peace, breach of, or the occurrence of an act of aggression, and has said the procedures and measures that do not require the use of armed forces in the Initially, and diplomatic relations and maritime and land transport, air and other on the basis of (41) of the Charter.

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