The reconciliation document, provided by governmental authorities and forces located within Iraq's Green Zone, is being closely studied by specialists inside and outside of the country, particularly clauses concerning legal and social matters. We are confident that all those concerned and involved will offer valuable insight and recommend revisions on extant provisions and clauses.
Concerned with national unity and reconciliation, the fifteen page document comes as a beacon of hope to all Iraqis who have and continue to suffer. It is intended to present an accurate image of the present political climate; a diagnosis we hope can provide new solutions and pave the way towards national reconciliation. Not only do we hope to truthfully reflect upon the current crisis in Iraq, this substantive blueprint serves as a paving stone towards a new social contract that can faithfully restore the dignity and pride of Iraq and all its people.
After securing the approval and consent of all involved stakeholders, we publicly reveal some of the specific points the document puts forth, for the fulfilment of this project and our obligations towards the people of Iraq. We firmly believe in the restoration of justice and seek a transparent and lawful approach when implementing any of the proposed changes. The report itself consists of conclusive evidence of these alternative approaches that we believe can mark a new and promising chapter in history of Iraq.
The following is all that can be published for now;
Under the Auspices of the Iraqi Government
Address: National reconciliation Conference: Government Partnership in the way of national reconciliation
Location: Baghdad (the house of representative-the people's house)
When: Month of February 2015
Annex A of Detainees and Detention Camps
1. The resolution of the detainees and instructions of the related issues
2. Provide lists of the names of women detained in the following provinces: Anbar, Ninewa, Salah al-Din, Kirkuk, and Diyala
3. Release of all women detainees whom have been detained on account of their relatives in a period not exceeding one month
4. Return of all defendants in criminal cases to their provinces once the security situation permits