Deputy for wisdom: vote on candidates for education and immigration questionable[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2018/12/25 7:30 • 166 times scheduled[/rtl]
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) A deputy for the wisdom bloc, said that the vote of the House of Representatives, the candidates of the Ministries of Education and Immigration and displaced, "questionable."
"There are doubts about the nomination of the ministers of education, migration and displaced, and the speaker of parliament had to present the subject to return the vote and his objection to that raised more doubts and it was better to follow more clear procedures and to calculate the attendees and ensure a quorum," Hassan al-Masoudi told AFP.
He added that "yesterday's session a new confirmation that the coalition of construction is not the largest bloc for not achieving a quorum after the withdrawal of the reform bloc, and had to Halbosi to distance himself from accusations in the re-vote on candidates for education and immigration, but the disks of the session will resolve the dispute."
Masoudi noted that "the largest bloc has not been resolved and there is misty," stressing that "the reform bloc more organized than the rest of the political blocs and find a state of incompatibility in the building block."
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Al-Masoudi pointed out that "the electronic vote was sufficient to resolve the dispute in the vote on the candidates," noting that "the speaker of parliament said that the company will reform this system in the coming period."
He explained that "yesterday's vote on the candidates in which the suspicions and many circumstances and the President of the Parliament to take its role and re-vote."
Masoudi called on "the prime minister to restore confidence in the democratic process and to work to bring about a kind of consensus and to move away from the problems and objections that would disturb the political process."
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