And now this…
According to news reports, the Iraqi Parliament held an emergency session on Sunday ending on a vote to end US military presence in the country.
The Iraqi Parliament passed a resolution to end foreign military presence on Sunday in reaction to US airstrikes that killed a top level Iranian General.
This most likely doesn’t include Iran.
The resolution still has several more legislatives measures to undertake before it takes effect.
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— Press TV (@PressTV) January 5, 2020
There are those who oppose the resolution because it would mean Iraq would fall into the hands of Iran.
— Imam of Peace / Pray for Peace… (@Imamofpeace) January 5, 2020
BREAKING: The Iraqi Parliament passed a resolution to end foreign military presence in the country, likely excluding Iran.
The resolution still must undergo additional legislative measures before it takes effect.
This is no surprise, given Iran has been recruiting in Iraqi Gov. pic.twitter.com/OzSwJj4iaV
— Michael Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) January 5, 2020
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