[size=36]Deputy Speaker of Parliament clarifies the fact that there is a parliamentary request to hold the parliament session in Erbil[/size]
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, Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Shakhwan Abdullah, denied today, Saturday, that the Parliament Presidency received any request to hold a session of the Parliament in Erbil, noting that holding any session of Parliament at the present time would cause aggravation of the situation and complicate the political scene.
Abdullah said in a statement to the official website of the Kurdistan Democratic Party that "the sit-ins are continuing in the Iraqi parliament, so we do not want to hold any parliament session now, because holding it will increase the possibilities of collision and further complicate the situation," noting: "But if the situation continues as it is, it will be Parliament has its word and its decision.
He added, "The Presidency of the Parliament has not received any official request to hold a session of Parliament in Erbil," pointing to the suspension of Parliament's work and waiting for the situation to calm down politically.
He explained, "The Sadrists must be convinced, because if the matter is not addressed politically, any solutions proposed will be temporary and will not succeed in ending tensions," noting: "If the political parties reach an agreement, the parliament session will be held in Baghdad." End 29 /h