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His former adviser: Al-Halbousi has lost his value as Parliament Speaker

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His former adviser: Al-Halbousi has lost his value as Parliament Speaker Empty His former adviser: Al-Halbousi has lost his value as Parliament Speaker

Post by rocky on Sun 08 Mar 2020, 3:08 am


His former adviser: Al-Halbousi has lost his value as Parliament Speaker

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The information / Baghdad ..
Hani Ashour, a former adviser to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad al-Halbousi, criticized the latter's performance during the last period, considering that he had lost his value as Speaker of Parliament during government formation negotiations.
Ashour said in televised statements, followed by / information /, that "Al-Halbousi lost his value as Speaker of the House of Representatives during the file of the formation of the government of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi," noting that he "dealt with the issue of forming the government as a head of the bloc and not the speaker of Parliament."
Ashour added, "Some Sunnis seek to take advantage of the current crisis to lead the Sunni component, while others seek to use the current crisis to achieve gains."
Ashour pointed out that "who criticized Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi did not discuss the government program," saying at the same time that "Allawi should have been more flexible." Ended / 25


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