Chairman of the parliament will meet with the heads and representatives of the blocs to discuss recent developments


History of edits:: 04/14/2016 18:1332 visits readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} held the presidency of the House of Representatives Thursday afternoon an expanded meeting with a number of heads and representatives of parliamentary blocs; to discuss the latest developments.
According to a statement to the House of Representatives and the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of it on Thursday, ” The meeting stressed their keenness on the political process, and the safety procedures of the legal and constitutional point of view , we announce Despite the lack of adherence to any site in the country ‘s leadership, but we find imperative that we not abandon the task Holy entrusted to us by the people, and his deputies in the Protection of theConstitution and the law, and to continue the process of reform and access to Iraq to safety, and not to return to the strife, and the use of violence and intimidation in theimposition of wills. ”
the statement added that” the presidency of the parliament and the heads of blocs said in order to continue the constitutional approach trodden parliament in anexpression of Representatives for the demands of their people, decided to board thepresidency of the Council of Representatives to continue Bjta normal scheduled. ”
and the statement that” the meeting will be held next Saturday 16/4/2016 at ten in the morning to listen to views on the presidency of the Council, and resolved inaccordance with legal and constitutional contexts to continue listen to the objectors House and demanding the resignation of chairman of the parliament, or the three presidencies. ” Ended h

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