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Victory provides a new justification for Abadi's failure to be sworn in as deputy

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Victory provides a new justification for Abadi's failure to be sworn in as deputy Empty Victory provides a new justification for Abadi's failure to be sworn in as deputy

Post by rocky on Tue 22 Oct 2019, 1:54 am


Victory provides a new justification for Abadi's failure to be sworn in as deputy

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The [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  led by Haider al-Abadi, justified [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  failure to take the oath of office as a deputy in the House of Representatives for fear that his parliamentary position will hamper the work he does, while considered that he is not a student of power.
The coalition spokeswoman Ayat Muzaffar said in televised comments followed by (information), that "Abadi sees in his movements is more than to be a deputy in the House of Representatives," noting that "the parliamentary position will hinder the work of Abadi currently."
"Abadi is not a student of power," Muzaffar said, adding that "if he made concessions to the blocs, he would become prime minister."
Muzaffar reiterated her call for "early parliamentary elections in early 2020", saying that "dismissing the government will not enter us in a new crisis." Done / 25


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