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    Reform front: We will attend all sessions of the House of Representatives

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    Reform front: We will attend all sessions of the House of Representatives Empty Reform front: We will attend all sessions of the House of Representatives

    Post by Rocky Tue 31 May 2016, 4:25 am

    [size=37]Reform front: We will attend all sessions of the House of Representatives[/size]


    BAGHDAD - The Journal News
    Front reform unveiled on Tuesday, the intention of the deputies Front attend the next sessions of Parliament.
    A member of Reform Front MP Ibtisam al-Hilali in an interview (Journal News), said that "members of the Reform Front have decided to come to the next Council sessions of Parliament."
    "The Front will form an opposition front in the event of the Federal Court proved the legitimacy of the parliament session through which the vote on the ministerial cabin, headed by Speaker Salim al-Jubouri."
    Hilali pointed out that "in the event of proven legitimacy of the Federal Court for hearing sitters House of Representatives, which was voted through which the sacking of the Presidium of the parliament, would form a committee for the nomination and selection of a new body for the presidency of the parliament."
    On the other hand, said a member of the reform front Haider Mawla, yesterday, in an interview (Journal News) that "there are talks between the bloc's reform and between the Presidency to reach solutions to the current parliamentary crisis," noting that "it is expected to be resolved during the next couple of days, especially after submitting a proposal that satisfies all parties. "
    He added that "a political solution is better than the judicial resolution because it will be delayed by deciding" .anthy
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