Jubouri directs ultimatum for 30 deputies because of repeated Gaabathm Parliament sessions
Wed Aug 26 2015


Senior parliamentary source revealed, Wednesday, House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, the face of an ultimatum to the 30 deputies because of repeated Gaabathm for parliamentary sessions, and pointed out that al-Jubouri would seek to cancel the membership of the House of Representatives in the event of continued Gaabathm.

The source said that "the parliament speaker Salim al-face, today, a final ultimatum to the 30 deputies because of repeated Gaabathm for hearings and reach down to the limit," noting that "al-Jubouri told the House of Representatives that the council would seek to cancel their membership if continued Gaabathm and exceeded the limit, according to the system rules of procedure. "

The source, who asked not to be named, said: "Some of the attendees pledged to the House of Representatives in the next meeting or meetings of the committees of the Council."

House Speaker Salim al vowed on Tuesday (August 25, 2015) and the abolition of the separation of membership of deputies attend parliament sessions after it reviewed the list of names absent from the meeting, as ordered under the guidance ultimatum to MPs who Gaabathm reached the limit of decision.

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