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Baghdad: Shaima Rashid
The Parliamentary Legal Committee indicated that the House of Representatives does not need to hold a session to dissolve itself, as it previously voted to dissolve Parliament on the seventh of October (tomorrow Thursday), provided that the elections are held on time.
A member of the Legal Committee, Rashid Al-Azzawi, said in an interview: “Parliament does not need to hold a session to dissolve itself, but it will dissolve automatically tomorrow, provided that elections are held on time, and if something happens to prevent the holding of elections, Parliament will return to carrying out its duties and completing its constitutional term.”
He added that "the results of the elections will be announced within 24 hours, after which they go for approval in the Federal Court, and the appeals submitted will also be considered, so the duration of the first sessions of the new parliament is unknown," stressing that "there will be no constitutional vacuum, because the elections if they take place." There will be an elected council.
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