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11 independent deputies refuse to attend the parliament session to vote on Al-Halbousi's resignation

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11 independent deputies refuse to attend the parliament session to vote on Al-Halbousi's resignation Empty 11 independent deputies refuse to attend the parliament session to vote on Al-Halbousi's resignation

Post by rocky Wed 28 Sep 2022, 5:20 am

[size=30]11 independent deputies refuse to attend the parliament session to vote on Al-Halbousi's resignation[/size]


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Erbil (Kurdistan 24) - Eleven independent deputies abstained from attending the Iraqi parliament session scheduled to be held today, Wednesday, to vote on the resignation of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi.
The deputies said in a statement to them: "We announce to our honorable people our refusal to attend the parliament session on Wednesday, and our rejection of the consensus and quotas approach, and we will not be part of the current conflict."
The parliament's decision to refuse to attend the session came, according to the statement, "to give the opportunity to form a strong independent government far from leading the country to safety and initiating real change."
Al-Halbousi confirms that the decision to resign from the presidency of the parliament "was intrigued by the new parliament," noting that "he did not discuss the decision with the leaders of the political blocs."
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