Political blocs is in talks to hold a united session of parliament

Author: BS, MK
Editor: BS

4.17.2016 14:26

Long-Presse / Baghdad
Parliament rapporteur revealed Imad Youkhana, on Sunday, the existence of talks to hold a comprehensive session of parliament during the next two days, as he pointed to the absence of a political agreement on the heads of the parliamentary session.

Youkhana said in an interview with (long-Presse), he said that "there are discussions to convene a session of Parliament united during the next two days with the participation of all the political blocs," noting that "the political blocs have yet to agree on who presides over the meeting."

Youkhana added that "there are attempts because Saleem al-Jubouri heads the next session of parliament, and there are continuing with the protesters in this direction of Representatives," pointing out that "the House of Representatives have the right to ask any demand within the parliament session uniform."

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi political scene of severe congestion compounded by a sit-in group of deputies, and removal of the Presidium of the parliament, the center refused Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, a collection of important political blocs, recognizing the legitimacy of the procedure, while the Sadrists pressure on the current ministers to resign immediately, demanded to vote a "closed envelope" first, to resolve the current crisis List.