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    Kurds are putting conditions in return Amaaodthm to attend parliament sessions

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    Post by Rocky Sat 07 May 2016, 10:03 am

    Kurds are putting conditions in return Amaaodthm to attend parliament sessions





    05.07.2016

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    Kurdish MPs put apologies and provide guarantees as imperatives, to resume attending sessions of Parliament, against the backdrop of the long assault of Representatives when demonstrators storming the building of the Council.

    The Kurdistan Alliance MP Susan Baker, L / balance News /, that "meetings should be held between the heads of political blocs and parties and forces within the government, to find a solution to the current crisis formula."

    She said Baker, it "must make an apology from the party that I used on the Kurds of Representatives when the storming of parliament by protesters to resume attending meetings of the Council," asking "the safeguards put in place in front of the Kurds of Representatives, to keep their lives."

    He promised the MP for the coalition to storm the parliament, "a serious security breach in the Green Zone, and the attack traveled to the House of Representatives," indicating that "the political problems in the Iraqi arena need for joint efforts and coordination between the government and the House of Representatives, for the continuation of the political process and resume the work of the Council."

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