The Democratic Party requires a dialogue with the Sadrists to hold the parliament session
Shafaq News/ Today, Wednesday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party stressed the need to hold a dialogue with the Sadrist movement to hold the parliament session, pointing to the weight of the movement inside and outside the parliament.
The party's deputy, Sabah Sobhi, told Shafaq News Agency, that the Kurdistan Democratic Party insists on the basic idea, which is to hold any session of the House of Representatives that needs a dialogue with the Sadrist movement.
He pointed out that the resumption of Parliament sessions needs political stability and agreement with the Sadrist movement, pointing out that the Sadrists made up 73 seats and had a great and strong weight, both inside and outside Parliament.
He stressed that there is no specific date for the parliament's sessions, adding that we hope that a political agreement will be reached in order to set a road map and to resume the parliament's sessions.
Members of the coordination framework are deliberating that there is an agreement with Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi to hold a session to elect the president of the republic and assign framework candidate Muhammad al-Sudani to form a government.
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