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Expressing the sense of Congress that the United States and the international community should support the Republic of Iraq and its people to recognize a province in the Nineveh Plain region, consistent with lawful expressions of self-determination by its indigenous peoples.


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09/09/2016Introduced in House

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09/09/2016Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
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09/09/2016Introduced in House
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House Foreign Affairs09/09/2016 Referred to

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Introduced in House (09/09/2016)

Expresses the sense of Congress that:

  • the return of the displaced indigenous peoples of the Nineveh Plain, including those in Iraq, to their ancestral homeland should be a policy priority of United States and the international community;
  • their fundamental human rights should be fully restored upon their return to their homeland;
  • the indigenous communities of Iraq's Nineveh Plain region have a right to security and self-determination within the federal structure of Iraq;
  • the United States, the Counter ISIL Coalition, the international community, the government of Iraq, and the Kurdish regional government should remain committed to liberation, economic revitalization, and prosperity of that region;
  • the United States, the international community, international observers, the government of Iraq, and the Kurdish regional government should be committed to the territorial integrity and security of the Nineveh Plain; and
  • the United States, the Counter ISIL Coalition, the international community, and international observers should be committed to working with the national and regional governments of Iraq toward a sustainable security settlement in the Nineveh Plain.

Expresses the sense of Congress that the United States and the international community should:

  • make the peaceful resolution of questions pertaining to Iraq's disputed internal boundaries a priority;
  • work with the national and regional governments of Iraq to oversee the peaceful reintegration of the indigenous peoples of the Nineveh Plain to their ancestral homeland;
  • work with the national and regional governments of Iraq, including the Kurdish regional government, to establish the Nineveh Plain as an undisputed territory, politically represented by the indigenous peoples and communities of the region; and
  • be committed to supporting the Iraqi government in implementing the decision to create a Nineveh Plain Province and support the new provincial administration to attain its full potential.