[size=36]A parliamentary statement from Al-Fateh regarding attending tomorrow's session[/size]
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, the Al-Fateh Alliance confirmed, today, Friday, that it has not yet discussed attending or boycotting tomorrow's session, Saturday, to vote on reopening the nomination for the position of the presidency and voting on parliamentary committees.
The head of the Al-Fateh Alliance bloc, Abbas Al-Zamili, said, "The Federal Court has a detailed impact on managing the political process and resolving contradictions since the first session until now," noting that "the Federal Court is a judicial legal reference that separates the authorities, and we thank its position and bold decisions, whether at the level of the federal government or the Kurdistan Region." ".
He pointed out that "the last decision confirmed that it is not within the authority of the Presidency of the Council to reopen the door for nomination again for the Presidency of the Republic and gave the authority to the Council of Representatives as the highest legislative authority in the country, and this is support for members of the House of Representatives."
He added, "The House of Representatives session on Saturday will witness a vote to open the candidacy door," explaining that "the digital accounts indicate that the Triple Alliance has a majority of half plus one and will pass the decision to reopen the candidacy door."
He continued, "The Alliance of Al-Fateh and Al-Fath until now have not discussed their attendance or boycott of the Saturday session, but my personal view is that we will be present at the session," explaining that "all decisions of the House of Representatives are subject to voting by a majority of half plus one, with the exception of the Federal Court law that we voted on in the previous session, which needed To a two-thirds majority, and voting to elect the president of the republic also needs two-thirds. Otherwise, we do not have decisions that require a vote of two-thirds of the members of the House of Representatives. Ended 29/h