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Jabouri calls for benefiting from the diverse Iraqi society

2018/03/13 | 00:35

(Iraq Now News)- Speaker of parliament Selim al-Jabouri called for benefiting from the diverse Iraqi society, which he said is a sign of strength in the face of the forces attempting to spread discord within the society.He added in a speech that the country should work to overcome the current hard times and focus on the process of reconstructing the country.Jabouri  also condemned the recent attacks on minorities, saying such attacks brings to the memory the streak of violence and instability that hit the country in the past.The parliament speaker yet noted the challenges are enormous, but the Iraqis are insistent on building a country which includes all its factions.

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