Iraqi Parliament decided to expel US forces from the country

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Iraq’s parliament by majority vote decided to expel US forces from the country.

At the extraordinary session of the House of Representatives, lawmakers overwhelmingly decided to deport US and other foreign forces.

The announcement made by the Assembly states that the obligation to implement the decision rests with the government.

After the vote, Shi’ite lawmakers in the assembly chanted slogans “No to the US”, “Yes to Muhandis”, “Yes to Soleiman” and “O conqueror go out”.


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