Wednesday, June 26, 2014 11:44
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[Baghdad - where]
Almhestqlh informed the High Commission of the House of Representatives election administration that the winning candidate on the list of Iraq coalition of former minister Mehdi al-Hafez is the oldest member of the winning candidates in the rest of the newly elected Parliament.
The deputy chairman of the Board of Commissioners Kata Zobaie told all of Iraq [where] on Thursday, "We have the House of Representatives yesterday to provide an official letter that the oldest member, is the winning candidate [Mehdi al-Hafez]."
Zobaie added that "[Hafiz] Under the constitution is the will chair the session of Parliament at its first meeting next Tuesday, the first of July."
The Presidency of the Republic has issued a decree on Thursday at the invitation of the House of Representatives elected in the first month of next July, which falls on Tuesday that the presiding oldest member. "
He was Vice President Khodair al announced yesterday during a meeting with Assistant Secretary of State George Brett Makourk Ambassralammeraki in Baghdad and Robert Stephen Beecroft he would issue a decree to call the new Council of Representatives to convene within the next two days.
The Federal Supreme Court has ratified on 16 June of the current results of the elections for the House of Representatives in 2014, with deferred consideration of four candidates, until the resolution of cases filed against them before the courts Almt_khash.
According to the text of the Constitution of the Republic Presidency issued a statement through 15 a day from the date of approval of the Federal Court on the results of the election calling for the convening the first session. Ended
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