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The official spokesman for the government, Bassem Al-Awadi, said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, “In confirmation of the government’s approach to ensuring political representation for all people, with their components and political forces, and in line with the government’s commitments to support and continue political stability, in a way that does not affect societal cohesion, and provides The stable atmosphere that contributes to the implementation of the government’s program aimed at advancing construction and development. Al-Sudani rejected the resignations submitted by the Ministers of Planning, Industry and Culture, and accordingly they will resume their executive work in the service of our beloved people.
The Ministers of Planning, Mohammed Tamim, Industry, Khaled Battal, and Culture, Ahmed Al-Badrani, submitted their resignations to the Prime Minister in protest against the Federal Supreme Court’s decision to terminate the membership of Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohammed Al-Halbousi, in Parliament.
On Tuesday, November 14, the Federal Supreme Court, the highest judicial authority in Iraq, decided to terminate the membership of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, against the backdrop of a lawsuit filed against him by Representative Laith Al-Dulaimi, in which Al-Halbousi was accused of forging Al-Dulaimi’s resignation from membership in the House of Representatives. As a result, the Federal Court ruled to terminate the membership of Al-Halbousi and Al-Dulaimi.
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