Deputy for Al-Fateh: Tomorrow's session will witness a strong presence to pass Allawi's government
22:57 - 02/29/2020
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On Saturday, the member of the Al-Fateh coalition, Qusay Abbas, said that the parliament session scheduled for tomorrow will witness a large presence to pass the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, pointing out that Al-Fateh’s borders support the Allawi government and stand by its side.
Abbas said in a televised statement, followed by (the information), that "the postponement of the session upon the request of Allawi confirms that he is ready to make concessions, but he should not double standards."
He added that "Allawi has adopted the national balance in his government with the exception of Shabak and Yazidis, and Al-Fateh has notes on some of the ministers, but he will attend a session of granting confidence, as his position has been supportive of Allawi's government so far."
And that "tomorrow's session will witness a strong presence to pass the Allawi government, as the government must pass in any way."
He noted that "there is a fear of things that cannot be punished if the president takes over the government, in addition to that Allawi's alternative will be more controversial." 25 n ended