[size=36]Al-Halbousi: We insist on the return of Parliament’s work, and it is necessary for everyone to engage in dialogue[/size]
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, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi stressed today, Thursday, that it is not permissible to disrupt the work of Parliament, and it is necessary for everyone to engage in dialogue.
Al-Halbousi said in a televised interview, "The House of Representatives must return to its work, and it should not be suspended, as the caretaker government lacks authority."
He added that "the political dispute should be resolved within the parliament instead of the street, and we should not leave the political strife outside parliament, as it is not permissible to dismember Baghdad because of the political crisis."
He explained that "the Baghdad initiative will be merged with the prime minister's initiative to get out of the crisis by agreement within the parliament in accordance with the constitution and under the authority of Baghdad, where I started the Baghdad initiative and started it through direct talk with the United Nations."
He stressed that "in the absence of the House of Representatives, there is no political dialogue or understanding."
And he indicated that "the name of the person assigned to head the government is determined by the largest and Sudanese political bloc. There are no political notes on him. He has great news in ruling the country and he has preceded me in running the country and entering Parliament. We have finished writing the security, political and service lines in the program of the Sudanese Shiite government, and the Sadrist movement did not expresses any objection or acceptance to Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani."