Observatory: Maliki's party leads the absences of Representatives
12/1/2015
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Click hBaghdad (where) - Observatory monitors the performance of the House of Representatives said that the deputies of the Islamic Dawa Party, who is the general secretariat of the party's State of Law coalition leader Nuri al-Maliki's bloc are the most days missed parliamentary sessions. According to the Observatory of Representatives of Iraq in statistical him seen by the agency all of Iraq [where] The"absences of Representatives of the mass of the Dawa Party, accounted for 182% of the absences of Representatives during the 97 hearing since the beginning of the current parliamentary sessions."
This was followed by the national coalition led by Iyad Allawi Althrip in terms of absenteeism, according to the observatory by 135%, followed by the call / organization Iraq and blocks the Badr Organization party and the Supreme Islamic Council and the Liberal solution ".
And the percentage of absences vice provincial for these sessions the 97 occupied the province of Anbar, the highest proportion then Basra, Salahuddin, Baghdad, Diyala and Nineveh.
referred to the President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri announced in 25 of last August for the direction of the Presidency Council ultimatums to the deputies who are nearing Gaabathm to attend parliamentary sessions to reach the limit is not permitted it in accordance with the rules of procedure, calling to mind the commitment to official hours.
He threatened al-Jubouri, at the same time to separate and cancel the membership of deputies and he is directing an ultimatum to them, "stressing that the Parliament" would take measures legal right of absentees which up to the season and cancel membership with fines amounting to 500 000 dinars for each session if the absence of those absences in excess of the limit set for it.

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