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The Sadrist bloc presents to the parliament a list of the largest parliamentary bloc

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Post by chouchou Mon 10 Jan 2022, 2:51 am

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Shafaq News/ The head of the Sadrist bloc, Hassan al-Adari, submitted a list of the names and signatures of the most numerous parliamentary bloc to the new parliament presidency.
The bloc, which has the largest number, according to the constitution, addresses the formation of the new government.

Earlier, the coordinating framework also presented a list of the largest bloc, which he said was made up of 88 deputies, which sparked differences with the Sadrist bloc on the grounds that the request was submitted to the temporary head of the age, Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, and not the new presidency.

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, commented, on Sunday evening, on the election of the new parliament presidency, in its fifth session, by saying, “The first signs of the national majority government.”

Earlier today, members of the new Iraqi Council of Representatives voted to choose “Mohammed Al-Halbousi” as Speaker of the Council for a second new term, with the majority of votes.

Al-Sadr wrote in a tweet to him on Twitter, “The selection of the parliament speaker and his two deputies is the first sign of the national majority government, adding, “I congratulate the Iraqi people for this first step to build a free and independent Iraq, without dependency, sectarian, ethnic or corruption.”

He added: “So that (Parliament) will emerge from it a national, honest, service-oriented government that preserves sovereignty and the country’s decision, takes care of its people, preserves its dignity and seeks serious and real reform.”


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