Al-Halbousi: We reluctantly accepted the request for the resignation of the Sadrist bloc
Al-Halbousi said, in a tweet via Twitter, seen by Shafak News Agency, "Depending on the desire of Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, we reluctantly accepted the requests of our brothers and sisters, the Sadrist bloc's representatives, to resign from the Iraqi parliament."
Al-Halbousi added, "We have made a sincere and sincere effort to discourage (Al-Sadr) from this step, but he preferred to be a sacrifice and not a crippling reason, for the sake of the country and the people, so he decided to proceed with this decision."
Today, Sunday, Al-Sadr directed deputies of the Sadrist bloc in the Iraqi Parliament to hand over their resignation to the Speaker of the Council, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, and thanked his allies in the “Save the Homeland” coalition, and said that they were “in solution from me.” And after a short time, Al-Halbousi appeared in a video clip as he signed On requests for the resignation of deputies of the Sadrist bloc.
Al-Sadr, who completes the sides of the "Save the Homeland" triangle (the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the Sadrist bloc, and the Sovereignty), had waved last Thursday, staying in the opposition or completely withdrawing from the political process, unless a "national majority" government was formed, as directed by members of his parliamentary bloc. write their resignations in preparation for submission to the Presidency of Parliament.
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