Parliament holds an extraordinary session once the government is formed

Baghdad / Obelisk: Bashir Al-Haddad, Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi, confirmed on Thursday January 30, 2020 that Parliament will hold an extraordinary session once the government is formed, indicating that the nominated candidate should gain popular acceptance.

The media office of El-Haddad stated, in a statement received by the obelisk, that the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Bashir Khalil Al-Haddad demanded that the heads of the blocs, party leaders and partners in the political process need to end the file of forming the new government, because Iraq is going through a sensitive and complicated stage. The worsening security and economic problems, the paralyzing movement of life in many areas of the country, and the lack of control of the current government over the general conditions, which caused great concern among the general public.

Al-Haddad added that the parties to the political process must accelerate the settlement of a candidate for prime minister, because the situation has become very disturbing in light of the continued demonstrations, the daily casualties and the continuing tension.

He pointed out that the government should assume its responsibilities to protect peaceful demonstrators, respond to their legitimate demands and maintain security, “noting that” the House of Representatives is fully prepared to provide support and assistance to find quick and practical solutions, and the Council will hold at any time its special session to give confidence to the new government in the event Consensus on a candidate for prime minister and ministerial portfolios, and the candidate in charge should receive popular acceptance, and be agreed upon by all parties.

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