State law meets tomorrow to discuss the return of al-Maliki to parliament


MP for the coalition of state law declared Abdul Salam al-Maliki, that his coalition will be discussed tomorrow at a meeting to elect a governing body return of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the House of Representatives. He said al-Maliki, told all of Iraq [where], that "al-Maliki has so far not made ​​a final decision whether the subject of his return to the House of Representatives or not," pointing out that "there is a meeting of the state of law tomorrow to elect a governing body, and will be sure of it." And on the resignation of Attorney Hassan Sinead, from the membership of the House of Representatives, al-Maliki said explained, "MP Sinead poked him by a comprehensive Alkhia one of the members of the state law, which is the biggest loser on the list, was stabbed in the membership of Sinead health, considering that his highest number of votes."
He added that "Sinead submitted resignation in the House of Representatives, but submit his resignation submitted to the Parliament and Sinead exists in the Council today and the theme is not settled yet, "he said." We have in the fifth paragraph on the agenda today under consideration of appeals filed on the membership of some of Representatives health, including Sinead.
"The MP for the coalition State law presented today, his resignation from the membership of the House of Representatives.
It is said that Sinead, who have not won in the last parliamentary elections in 2014 has held the seat parliament as a substitute for former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who was named vice-president in the current government.
It is likely that the resignation of Sinead be a prelude to restore parliamentary seat to Maliki after limbering included government office in addition to the pursuit of obtaining the legal immunity as deputy charged after him in the fall of the city of Mosul, according to the report of the special parliamentary committee to investigate the events and transmit the report to Alqdhae.anthy 2