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A deputy calls on the people to observe the parliament session tomorrow to "punish" the absentees M

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A deputy calls on the people to observe the parliament session tomorrow to "punish" the absentees M

Post by rocky on Mon 16 Apr 2018, 9:14 am

A deputy calls on the people to observe the parliament session tomorrow to "punish" the absentees

Monday 16 April

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MP called on a coalition of state law, Kazem Sayadi, on Monday, the Iraqi people to "monitor" the session of Parliament for tomorrow and punish anyone who does not attend. 

Said al-Sayadi in an interview for Alsumaria News, "The blocs, parties and political leaders are required to issue directives to all its deputies the need to attend tomorrow's meeting for the purpose of voting on the laws prepared for the vote, which we believe that postponement or not pass during tomorrow's session means loss of time and great effort and return to square one "He said.

"The Iraqi people need to watch tomorrow's session and punish anyone who does not attend it," he said. 

The decision of the House of Representatives Niasi Myanmar Oglu likely, on Monday, the parliamentary session scheduled for tomorrow, noting that the agenda of the session devoid of "controversial" laws, between it will not be the last.




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