A political movement to hold a parliamentary session this week.. and the Coordination Committee is discussing the visit of Al-Sadr
Shafaq News/ Today, Saturday, Parliament Rapporteur Gharib Askar revealed a political movement to hold a session of the Parliament during this week, between the purpose of this session.
Askar told Shafaq News Agency, "There is a movement taking place among the political forces in order to hold a parliament session this week, not in order to form the new government, but in order to have laws that need legislation during the next stage."
And he indicated that "the movement is still going on between a number of political forces, but so far there is no final agreement to hold the session and no fixed date for holding it during the current week," stressing at the same time that "there is almost unanimity on the return of parliament sessions, in isolation from the formation of the government and the crisis." political".
For his part, a leader in the coordination framework told Shafak News Agency, that the General Authority of the Coordination Framework will hold a meeting during the next two days at the house of one of the leaders of the framework, Haider al-Abadi or Ammar al-Hakim, explaining that the meeting will discuss the most important topics, which is a dialogue with the Kurdish and Sunni parties on forming the government and agreeing to determine the A date for the resumption of council meetings.
He pointed out that the meeting will discuss the preparation of the government program nominated for the position of Prime Minister, provided that the cabinet will consist of 22 ministries, 12 of which are for Shiites, 6 ministries for Sunni parties, and 4 ministries for Kurdish parties.
The leader in the framework, who chose not to be named, confirmed that the meeting will touch on an upcoming visit of the negotiating delegation to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.
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