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Baghdad / Obelisk: Ahmed Al-Moussawi, a representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, revealed, on Saturday, August 27, 2022, that 170 deputies collected their signatures in order to hold the inauguration session of the President of the Republic outside Parliament, indicating that the Speaker of Parliament needs courage in order to end control of Parliament.
Al-Moussawi said in a televised interview, which was followed by the obelisk, that "the caretaker prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, is the first beneficiary of the current conditions in the political arena, amid the current's great insistence on keeping Al-Kazemi, and this cannot be accepted by the framework."
He added that "about 170 parliamentary signatures were collected to hold the parliament session, and there are many places in Baghdad where the parliament session can be held and to end the crisis in electing the president."
He added, "The current made a big mistake when it withdrew from Parliament," calling on Al-Halbousi to "provide courage and prove his existence as the chief justice did, but he is currently looking for ways to stay in this position."
On Saturday, the representative of the coordination framework, Muhammad Al-Shammari, called on the Speaker and his deputy to set a date for the parliament session without waiting for the decision of the Federal Court, indicating that the judiciary indicated earlier that the decision to dissolve Parliament is linked to the House of Representatives as stated in the constitution.
Al-Shammari said in a statement, "More than 170 deputies submitted a signed request to the Presidency of the House of Representatives to determine a session of the Council of Representatives, but the Presidency of the Council did not take it seriously, and this violates the rules of procedure for the work of the House of Representatives."
He added that "the Speaker and his deputy should not wait for what the Federal Court will decide on the call submitted by the Sadrist movement to dissolve the House of Representatives," calling on the presidency of the Council to "follow the legal contexts and not link them to the decisions of any party."
Al-Shammari explained that "the judicial authority indicated earlier that the decision to dissolve the House of Representatives is linked to the House itself, as stated in the constitution."
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