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forming an investigative committee to enter the "Shabandar" of the Iraqi parliamen

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forming an investigative committee to enter the "Shabandar" of the Iraqi parliamen

Post by rocky on Thu 06 Dec 2018, 2:20 am

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Shafaq News / MP for the bloc "Saron" Sabah al-Saadi for the formation of an investigative committee the presence of former MP Izzat Shabandar during a meeting on Tuesday, which saw differences obstructed the completion of the formation of the Iraqi government. 
Angry Iraqi lawmakers blocked an attempt by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to appoint the rest of his cabinet on Tuesday, disrupting a session of the parliament that was due to include a vote on his candidates for key ministries. 
Which is confirmed by Abdul Mahdi, saying that the chaos that took place in the House of Representatives prevented the vote on the remaining ministers. 
Al-Saadi said in a statement, "Upon our request personally (after we revealed the presence of former MP Izzat Shabandar) yesterday, and in order to reveal the reason for his presence in the hall and know who entered it, the President of the House of Representatives decided to form an investigative committee to uncover these facts, Quorum ".
The stalemate over the formation of the government has raised the prospect of further unrest as the country struggles to rebuild and recover after three years of war with the Islamic state. 
One member of parliament said members of the parliament were beating on the tables and chanting "invalid" while eventually ending the session while Abdul Mahdi and candidates who sought to appoint them left parliament. 
Most of these deputies belonged to a bloc led by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and their allies on the list of former Prime Minister Haider Abadi. They objected to the prime minister's candidates for the interior and defense portfolios, which are fiercely contested. 
Abdul Mahdi later said he would wait for the parliament to propose a date for voting, which effectively means throwing the ball in their court to choose appropriate names for the eight portfolios still vacant.
The incident clearly shows the depth of the dispute over who should be appointed in the remaining cabinet posts, as well as the weak position of Abdul Mahdi in the face of divisions between the two largest blocs in parliament. 
The rivalry between Sadr and Hadi al-Amiri, who leads an armed faction backed by Iran, has prevented the formation of a full government. The government now has 14 out of 22 ministers. Sadr and Amiri lead the two largest blocs in parliament after the May general elections. 
Sadr says candidates should be submitted not belonging to a political party. Al-Amiri wants to appoint his ally, Faleh al-Fayadh, a former leader of the Iranian-backed popular rally, as interior minister.



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