[size=36]The oldest member: The first parliament session will remain for deliberation in the event that a new president is not chosen[/size]
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, the oldest member of the new parliament, Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, clarified today, Monday, the procedures followed when not choosing the presidency of the parliament in the first session, while indicating that no decision has been taken so far to hold the session in the morning or evening.
Al-Mashhadani said, "The House of Representatives will hold its first session on January 9 to take the constitutional oath and choose a president and his two deputies," noting that "there is no open session according to the decision of the Federal Court."
He added, "The parliamentary blocs will seek to choose the permanent speaker of the House of Representatives in the first session, and if we do not succeed in that and there were problems and the blocs did not agree, there must be a legal way out, which is to keep the session for deliberation without closing it until the political blocs agree," explaining that "the decision In the Azm bloc, to which we belong, is the election of the Speaker of the House of Representatives in the first session, as it is in the constitution.
He continued, "We have not yet taken a decision on whether to hold the session in the morning or in the evening," noting: "I have an upcoming meeting with the chief of the court to determine the features of the session."
He stated that "an alliance of determination continues with all blocs to discuss a mechanism and best scenarios for the first session," describing "the first session of Parliament as the most dangerous." Ended 29/pg. 87
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