Rafidain bloc: the sit-in and prevent others from holding a session of parliament out of laws


History of edits:: 24.04.2016 20:09 • 8 visits readable


[Wayne – special] 

Rafidain Bloc said, that the House of Representatives of the protesters have no right to prevent others from holding a session of parliament, and that this event would be a departure from the laws and customs reform.

He bloc Prime Kanna told all of Iraq [where] that ” the protesters have no right to prevent MPs from entering, and if prevented others it out on the reform and all laws and norms, may use the presidency of parliament to processors perhaps not worthy of us.” 

He added that “all deputies will enter the next meeting and will meet in the same room, and the discount will be through the vote, if the protestors got the votes to understand the will manage the meeting and abide by them, and if I got Saleem al – Jubouri , the presidency of the votes are from the run. ” 

We” We are with the constitutional solution that preserves the dignity and prestige of the state, and under dome of the parliament, not the other dome , “noting that” the next meeting will go out the issues of the presidency of the parliament and the names of candidates for the ministries. ” 

It is scheduled that the House of Representatives held on Tuesday a comprehensive meeting to study reforms and determine the readiness of the House of Representatives to host Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi to provide his booth ministerial. 

from on the other hand said parliament Speaker Salim al – Jubouri that ” the Council in the past performance of the role entrusted to him and is awaiting ministerial amendments put forward for the purpose of the members of parliament and vote on them and initiate the implementation of other reforms.”

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=36352

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