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Prime Minister is not related to the legislative recess of Parliament

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Prime Minister is not related to the legislative recess of Parliament Empty Prime Minister is not related to the legislative recess of Parliament

Post by rocky on Mon 27 Jan 2020, 6:03 am


Prime Minister is not related to the legislative recess of Parliament

14:37 - 27/01/2020



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The information / Baghdad ..
Member of the Parliamentary Committee, Hussein Al-Oqabi, affirmed on Monday that the appointment of the next Prime Minister is not related to the upcoming legislative holiday, noting that all political negotiations on the Prime Minister collapse quickly as soon as he talks about positions.
Al-Aqabi said in a statement to "Information" that "talking about the legislative holiday relationship with the appointment of the next prime minister by the President of the Republic is absolutely inaccurate."
He added that "the House of Representatives is ready to hold an emergency session to vote on the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  in the event that the next prime minister is assigned within the next two days."
Al-Oqabi said, "All political negotiations will not reach solutions and will break down urgently once the issue of positions between the blocs is addressed, as well as the presence of intransigence between political forces and demonstrators." Finished / 25 d


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