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Post by rocky on Sat 22 Feb 2020, 2:29 am

Al-Halbousi: The date of the vote on the ministry has not been set






Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament Mohammed al-Halbousi

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Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament Mohammed al-Halbousi


Agencies - Abu Dhabi
Iraqi Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi said the date of the special session to vote on the "ministerial booth" has not yet been set, pointing out that it is not possible before the ministerial platform and the names of ministers reach parliament.

"So far, the parliament has not reached the ministerial curriculum or the names of the ministerial booth," al-Halbousi said in a statement published by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), adding that if the ministerial platform and the names of the ministers arrive, the presidency will begin to complete the procedures for holding the meeting.

Al-Halbousi pointed out that the rules of procedure stipulated that "in the event of the arrival of the curriculum, the president will refer it to a special committee headed by one of his deputies to prepare a report to be submitted to the Council before the vote." The House of Representatives is full of money."

The iraqi official explained that the aim of forming any government is to "get out of a crisis. We don't want to go to a government that could threaten community peace or create a rift among the components of society."

Al-Halbousi ruled out that there will be unilateral measures, pointing out that the president of the council and his two deputies "were keen from the very first moment to agree with their decisions."

"I don't see any seriousness from the prime minister in charge of setting a date for the early elections," he said, noting that the previous commission held the elections six months after its formation.


He noted that Iraq has bled a lot over the past months and that "there should be a clear position on the part of the political forces to come up with a clear vision that meets the demands of the demonstrators."

Al-Halbousi asked the president-designate to make the election a priority and to set a date for early elections.

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