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Khalidi: 70 deputies have signed so far to dismiss Abdul Mahdi

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Khalidi: 70 deputies have signed so far to dismiss Abdul Mahdi Empty Khalidi: 70 deputies have signed so far to dismiss Abdul Mahdi

Post by rocky on Wed 20 Nov 2019, 2:09 am


Khalidi: 70 deputies have signed so far to dismiss Abdul Mahdi

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Information / Baghdad ..
The head of the parliamentary bloc of parliamentary good Mohammed al-Khalidi, on Wednesday, the signing of 70 deputies to dismiss Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  from office, pointing out that the dismissal of the Iraqi government has become a parliamentary requirement.
Khalidi said in a statement to the information, that "the dismissal of the government has become a matter of fact because there were violations in their period and during the demonstrations as well."
He added that "the number of signatories of deputies to dismiss Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  according to Krupp Council, 70 deputies," stressing that "the number is possible to increase because of the development of attitudes experienced by the country."
Qusay Abbas, a member of the Fatah alliance, had earlier blamed successive governments for what the country had reached for 16 years, noting that the government had failed to deal with the crisis of demonstrations. Finished / 15x


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