[size=36]The coordinating framework issues a statement regarding the parliament session: We are continuing to object to the Federal Court[/size]
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, the coordination framework issued, on Wednesday, a statement regarding the outcomes of the first session of the House of Representatives, which was held last Sunday and witnessed the election of the Speaker and his two deputies.
In a statement issued after a meeting, the framework stated: "The coordination framework examined the course of Sunday's session and the explicit legal and constitutional violations that accompanied it and resulted in outputs that were not based on those constitutional and legal foundations, and it will proceed with the objection to the Federal Court to address the major imbalance in the first session of the House of Representatives."
The statement added, "We believe that the paths to achieving the constitutional benefits are not correct and contain the nutrients of a political and societal crisis that may prevent the success of any government or parliamentary effort in achieving the important demands and aspirations of the people, alleviating their suffering and improving their service and economic reality."
He continued, "The unity of standards, whether in application of the constitution or a political position, is the guarantee to establish a balanced and stable political reality that strengthens the bonds of trust between political partners and unifies efforts in achieving common national goals and pushes the threats and dangers facing Iraq."
The coordination framework concluded its statement by saying: "We still believe that frank and direct dialogue that is committed to collective goals and national commonalities is the easiest and fastest option in overcoming crises and formulating long-term solutions." Ended 29/N33