Close to the speaker of parliament reveals a "tripartite agreement" to refuse to pass Allawi's booth
10:37 - 02/18/2020
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A former deputy close to the Speaker of the Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, revealed, on Tuesday, an agreement between the Alliance of Forces and the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan to refuse to pass the cabinet of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, while stressing that Parliament had not received any invitation to hold a session.
The former MP, Kamel Al-Dulaimi, said in statements followed by / Information /, that “until this moment, the parliament did not receive any invitation by any party to hold an extraordinary session to pass the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, as well as not to send the biographies of the candidates to the members of Parliament for review before offering them To vote. ”
Al-Dulaimi added, “Providing the names of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
needs to invite the parliament
to hold an extraordinary session forty-eight hours ago," noting that "the last day of the legislative holiday, which is set for the third of next March, will be the last day of the constitutional and specific deadline for the prime minister assigned to submit the names of his ministry." To parliament
Al-Dulaimi points out that "the positions of the Iraqi Forces Union blocs, the National Union and the Kurdistan Democratic Party have become united and will stand against the passing of the government booth," saying that "passing the government in the absence of these parties will produce a government that is not representative of the components." Ended / 25