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Sadikoun: The majority will be achieved, and the government will pass in the next parliament session

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Sadikoun: The majority will be achieved, and the government will pass in the next parliament session Empty Sadikoun: The majority will be achieved, and the government will pass in the next parliament session

Post by rocky on Mon 24 Feb 2020, 2:03 am


Sadikoun: The majority will be achieved, and the government will pass in the next parliament session

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On Monday, the deputy of the Sadqoun parliamentary bloc, Fadel Jaber, stated that the political majority will be achieved in Parliament on the day of voting on the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , pointing out that Allawi's booth will pass during the session scheduled for next Wednesday, despite differing opinions about it.
Jaber said in a statement to "Information", that "Parliament can hold its session to vote on the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, whether in the presence of Sunni and Kurdish blocs or without their presence."
Al-Fatlawi suggested, "The presence of the Sunni and Kurdish blocs in the voting session on the government, despite the difference of views and differences in positions regarding voting on the cab."
And that "the majority will be achieved in the voting session, the vote on Allawi's booth, and it will be passed in the session scheduled for next Wednesday." 25 n ended


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