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A parliamentary source: Halbousi's coalition will not vote on Al-Kazemi for this reason

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Post by rocky on Sun 03 May 2020, 7:55 am


A parliamentary source: Halbousi's coalition will not vote on Al-Kazemi for this reason

15:27 - 05/03/2020



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The information / Baghdad ..
A well-informed parliamentary source said, on Sunday, that the coalition of forces headed by Speaker of Parliament Muhammad Al-Halbousi will not vote on Al-Kazemi’s government in the confidence-giving session scheduled for this week.
The source said to the "information" that "the sharp and profound dispute between the Khamis Al-Khanjar Front and the Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi Front made the latter threaten to boycott the voting session to give confidence to the government of the commissioner, Mustafa al-Kazemi."
He explained, "Al-Kazemi will grant several ministries to the Sunni component by negotiating with the new Khamis Al-Khanjar," noting that "the liberated cities alliance sat with the prime minister-designate and gave him the green light to choose freely Sunni personalities, unlike the Muhammad al-Halbousi movement who refuses to nominate specific names." .
He pointed out that "this matter made the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohamed Al-Halbousi, back down from supporting the Prime Minister-designate." 15 k is over


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