Masum calls on members of parliament to the meeting to contain the repercussions of t
Masum calls on members of parliament to the meeting to contain the repercussions of the situation
April 19, 2016 9:06
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Fuad Masum, the president called on all members of the House of Representatives to the meeting on Tuesday to contain the repercussions of the situation.
The official spokesman for the presidency said in a statement Khaled Huani news agency Buratha received a copy of it today that "the President of the Republic called on all members of the House of Representatives to the meeting today at two pm in the Council Chamber in order to encircle the repercussions of the situation in the House of Representatives.
A delegation from the Presidency of the Republic, visited the protesters on Monday evening, the House of Representatives in the House of Representatives and gave them a road map to resolve the parliamentary crisis.
This initiative included seven points include the invitation of the President of the Republic [House of Representatives] to hold an extraordinary session to discuss the dismissal of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives is, holding a comprehensive meeting in the presence of all the blocks in the House of Representatives headed by one of the members of the House of Representatives, sitting members of the Presidium of the House of Representatives among the council members.
It also includes "make way for Salim al [parliament speaker] give a speech to show the face of view what happened and how to overcome the current crisis, and is thrown ordered the sacking of the Presidency of the Council and those who wish Balacalh according to the rules of procedure apply for site according to the law and is displayed to the vote according to the rules of procedure."
For their part, the House of Representatives rejected the sitters, the road that provided them with the presidency of Parliament to resolve the crisis map.
Testifies parliament since last Tuesday crisis after a sit-in MPs from different political blocs, demanding the dissolution of the three presidencies and a cabinet reshuffle, as voted in the session Akduha last Thursday to dismiss the Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and chose the MP for the National Coalition Adnan al-Janabi to run the sessions, but Jubouri counting dismissal Constitutional otherwise and illegal.