"Al-Halabsa" in Iraq, expressed its support and absolute support to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi.
"We declare our full and absolute support to Mohammed Rikan al-Halbusi, Speaker of the House of Representatives," said Tareq Khalaf al-Abdullah, head of the Halabsa tribe.
The Axis coalition announced the abolition of the membership of parliament speaker Mohamed Halbusi.
The alliance's decision came a few hours after the announcement of a solution made by Sunni parties or the so-called deputy governors of the liberated provinces led by Mohammed Halbusi and the restructuring of the coalition of Iraqi forces, led by deputies of the solution led by Karbala and the deputies "united" led by Nujaifi, and other members.
In the first decisions of the Alliance of Forces announced the isolation of Khamis Khanjar and Ahmad al-Jubouri, "Abu Mazen."
In response, the Axis coalition, in which the dagger, Abu Mazen and other deputies, decided to cancel Haboussi's membership and move to remove him from parliament.
The crisis began after the inauguration of Mansour al-Muradid, a governor of Nineveh, a deputy in the tender movement headed by Faleh al-Fayadh, chairman of the Popular Lobby, supported by a major political formation in which the Axis alliance is included.