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Iraqi Parliament Votes Unanimously to Reject U.N. Resolution
Aired November 12, 2002 - 05:14 ET
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CATHERINE CALLAWAY, CNN ANCHOR: We want to bring you a breaking story out of Iraq this morning. The Iraqi parliament just voted unanimously to reject the U.N. resolution on weapons inspections. This vote coming after a long debate, the vote by the 250 seat assembly after a long debate in which the head of the foreign relations committee of the Iraqi national assembly urged the group to vote down the proposal while the President Saddam Hussein's son urged the law makers to accept the resolution.
Once again, the Iraqi parliament has unanimously voted to reject the U.N. resolution on weapons inspections.
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