The board chairman of the parliament meets Balebadi to discuss the latest political fallout


 

History of edits:: 04/14/2016 21:5660 visits readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} held the board chairman of the parliament with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi meeting to discuss the latest political fallout.
According to an informed source told {Euphrates News} ” The House Speaker Salim al – Jubouri , a member of the board of the Presidency of the Council ofRepresentatives , Sheikh Hamoudi and Second Deputy Speaker of the Council ofSyria , Sheikh Mohammed met with Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi to discuss thereshuffle recent political repercussions that erupted in parliament about it.”
Mentions a number of MPs staged a sit in parliament two days ago because ofdifferences on the candidates for the ministries that presented by the Prime Minister, and was scheduled to parliament holds session to provide cabin revised and voted on today , but did not hold and the sitters to hold the parliament session and decided to dismiss the board chairman of the parliament.
he said chairman of the board Representatives Saleem al – Jubouri said theprotesters session will not result in legal effect, and next Saturday will be the normal sessions.
it is said that Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi said in a speech addressed to thepeople on Thursday evening that ” the differences in the House of Representatives, and the lack of consensus on a cabinet reshuffle, has led to disable it in at present, and continue to do so may contribute to obstruct the work of the government, it affects the heroic military operations to liberate our towns and villages of theoccupation terrorist Daash and re – displaced to Mantm.anthy

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