Biden supports repealing a law authorizing the use of force against Iraq

Washington-ALsharqiya, June 15: The White House announced that it supports repealing a law issued in 2002 that authorized the United States to enter the war on Iraq during the era of ousted President Saddam, in a decision that requires congressional approval and will have limited impact on the current operations. Joe Biden supports repealing this law that authorized the use of force against Iraq and was passed under former President George W. Bush in October 2002 because no military activities of the United States are currently taking place exclusively on this provision. The White House added that repealing the law would have a limited impact on ongoing military operations


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