Kanna: We told the government not to accept special grade candidates for meals
12:21 - 18/07/2019
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Information / Baghdad ..
The head of the Rafidain bloc in the House of Representatives Yonada Kanna, on Thursday, that the heads of blocs agreed to refuse to receive candidates for special grades in the form of meals and was informed of the government decision to reject an official letter from the Presidency of Parliament.
He said in a statement to the information that "the heads of blocs agreed to send the government the full names of candidates for the special grades of the Council and not in the form of meals," noting that "the government received an official letter addressed by the presidency of the Council confirms the decision to reject."
He added that "the decision of the heads of the blocks to receive the full names will explain the share of each block or component on the entitlement to those grades," explaining that "the sessions will be devoted to discuss the law to amend the law of the provincial councils." Ending / 25