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    Salim al-blocks calls to speed up the formation of the government and face Daash

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    Post by chouchou Tue Jul 15, 2014 1:23 pm

    The head of parliament, Salim al, political blocs to speed up the formation of the new government.


    [ltr]Jubouri said in a speech in Parliament immediately after his inauguration as president of his presidency, he "initially thank all the members of the House of Representatives chosen us for this task, and we commend the former chairman of the parliament Authority for its efforts and all of us have the utmost respect."[/ltr]


    [ltr]He said "We need to equation correct and openness and clarity," pointing out that "Iraq over several slopes, but not beyond under a plan drawn, and took the lives of many of our people, so it imposes upon you stage that Tngulwh to safety."[/ltr]


    [ltr]He said that "there is a package of laws at the level of legislation, as well as the needs and should speed up the justice to the oppressed," stressing that "the demands of the people, including the Constitution," noting that "Iraq is in danger, where one-third of its geography, however, criminals," explaining that "Iraq today is facing terrorism Daash What makes it imperative to find a serious action to counter it. "[/ltr]


    [ltr]"We as agents of political must put an end to all interventions and that our decision to be an Iraqi."[/ltr]


    [ltr]Addressing Jubouri Iraqis by saying that "I have suffered and sacrificed and Anne Tdmdoa you that your wounds and all hope that the next best, and I call on the political blocs to speed up the formation of the new government formed and that takes into account to be able to pass the stage."
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    Post by lonelyintexas Tue Jul 15, 2014 2:39 pm


    Iraq parliament elects Salim Jabouri as speaker

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    Salim al-Jubouri speaks to the media after lawmakers approved an amendment to the election law at the Iraqi parliament building in Baghdad Dec. 6, 2009. (Reuters)

     

    The Iraqi parliament named moderate Islamist Sunni politician Salim al-Jabouri as new speaker on Tuesday, state television reported, winning an absolute majority of votes from deputies.

     

    Live television footage broadcast from inside the parliamentary chamber showed the 43-year-old Jabouri being congratulated by other lawmakers.

     

    Juburi won 194 out of the 273 votes cast, with most of the rest deemed invalid and only 19 going to his only rival, an obscure candidate elected to parliament on a secular list.

     

    Lawmakers remained in the chamber after the vote to elect two deputy speakers.

     

    Al-Jabouri -- the deputy secretary-general of the Islamic Party -- worked as a law professor at University of Mesopotamia and was a member of the constitution drafting committee. He also serves as head of the human rights committee in the Iraqi parliament.

     

    The position of speaker is the first of three leadership posts which Iraq's divided Shi'ite, Sunni and Kurdish politicians were seeking to agree, three months after a parliamentary election.

     

    The other two posts are the presidency and the prime minister. There was no immediate indication whether the agreement on Jabouri as speaker was part of a wider deal to break the deadlock over Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's ambitions for a third term.

     

    The speaker presides over an institution that has consistently failed to fulfill its duties and whose powers are dwarfed by those of the prime minister.

     

    Last Update: Tuesday, 15 July 2014 KSA 17:26 - GMT 14:26

     

     

     

     

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