Baghdad – News
Legal expert Tareq Harb said on Saturday that the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi does not need the approval of the House of Representatives and is effective as of today, while noting that the Constitution gave a 45-day deadline to choose a new government.
Harb told Al-Akhbaria that the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi and his government does not need the approval of the parliament and is effective as of today, especially after he signed the resignation of his ministers. To parliament until a new government is elected. ”
He added, “The deputies gave 45 days to initiate the President of the Republic to assign the largest bloc to nominate a new prime minister,” pointing out that “the President of the Republic is not obliged to assign a certain bloc, but the largest bloc nominated Abdul Mahdi previously.”
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi called on his cabinet members to continue their work until a new government is formed.
It is noteworthy that an informed source said that the Council of Ministers, approved the resignation of the Secretary-General of the Council Hamid al-Ghazi and Director of the Office of Prime Minister Abu Jihad al-Hashemi.