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    Parliament adjourns without electing its new president

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    Parliament adjourns without electing its new president Empty Parliament adjourns without electing its new president

    Post by Rocky Sun 14 Jan 2024, 4:20 am

    Parliament adjourns without electing its new president
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Sunday (January 14, 2024), the Media Department of the House of Representatives announced the adjournment of the session to elect the new Speaker of Parliament.
    The House of Representatives offered to vote on adding an amendments paragraph to the House’s bylaws.
    The vote to restore the Presidency of the House of Representatives as it was previously was replaced by the president, as amended by Al-Halbousi, which caused disagreements and verbal altercations, as a result of which the session was adjourned without electing the new president .
    The session was devoted to electing the Speaker of the House of Representatives, where the House went to a second round to elect the Speaker of Parliament after the first round ended without any of the candidates obtaining a sufficient number of votes or an absolute majority to win the seat of Speaker of the House.

    The results of the first round of voting were as follows:

    - Representative Salem Al-Issawi (97 votes)

    - Representative Shaalan Al-Karim⁠ (152 votes)

    - Representative Talal Al-Zubaie (one vote)

    - Representative Amer Abdul Jabbar (6 votes)

    - Representative Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani ⁠ (48 votes)

    The candidate must obtain an absolute majority, i.e. 165 votes, to obtain the seat of Speaker of Parliament, which forced Parliament to go to a second round of voting limited to the top two candidates who received the highest number of votes in the first round.
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