30-10-2018 09:19 PM
Alliance revealed ‘constructive’ on Tuesday, the Federal Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi at the next meeting of the eight ministers to vote under the dome of the House of Representatives.
The coalition MP Ahmed Kanani said that according to the agreement before the lifting of the confidence-granting meeting of the government of Abdul-Mahdi, it was agreed that the Prime Minister will submit the remaining ministers in the next parliament session, corresponding to 11/6.
Stressing that Abdul Mahdi will attend the parliament in the next session to complete the composition of his government, and in the event of the arrival of Abdul Mahdi, the House of Representatives, will complete the vote on the rest of the Cabinet cab without any obstacles.
On the other hand, published the official website of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan: It was decided during the meeting of the leadership of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, today, in the hill of Debashan, the house of the nation’s mule Jalal Talabani, that Talabani continue to struggle in the ranks of the National Union. ”
The resolution includes the continuation of Alla Talabani, Participated in all the meetings of the leadership of the National Union, as a member of the leadership council of the party
Ala Talabani had nominated itself for the elections that took place on 12 May last within the Arab list of the alliance of Baghdad, and managed to win membership of the House of Representatives in its fourth session.
Talabani split from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan because of its opposition to the referendum on the secession of the failed Kurdistan region in September 2016 and against the backdrop of its support for the imposition of security and federal authority in the province of Kirkuk in October 2017 and the withdrawal of Peshmerga forces from the province.
Leaders of the two Kurdish parties accused Talabani of “betraying the Kurdish people.”
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Topic: U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Mission to Baghdad: December 9-11, 2018
Host: Andrew Peek, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, U.S. Department of State
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Iraq, October 29, 2018
SULAIMANI — The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said on Sunday (October 28) that the new central government had approved the draft federal budget for fiscal year 2019 and referred it to the Council of Representatives.
The Secretariat said in a statement that “according to the provisions of Articles 61/1 and Article 80/2 of the Constitution, the Council of Ministers referred the draft federal budget law for the year 2019 to Parliament for approval.”
The statement also explained that the Council had agreed to the goal of appointing people who had lost close relatives in the fight against Islamic State to the security ministries.
The currently proposed budget share for the Kurdistan Region is 12.67%.