Vice underscores the need for a comprehensive program to solve Iraq crisis

Deputy Alliance of Iraqi forces, the need for a comprehensive program agreed upon by the government and the political blocs to resolve the crisis and the tragic situation experienced by the country.

The MP said Hassan Turan told all of Iraq [where] that "everyone made mistakes in the past, we could not develop a common idea, though this bears the greatest Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi part, where it should be diagnosed what he wants clear steps that it's not just change the people. "
He added that "there must be agreement on the approach to the country out of the tragic situation of, we have security challenges because of the terrorist Daash gangs, and economical because of the financial situation, and humane because of the preparation of the displaced, which reached more than three million, and therefore we need to B.s. a clear agreed upon the prime minister and the political blocs and move it forward. "
He said Turan that "the interests of the Council of Ministers and most of Off ministries, the only aggrieved citizen who is looking for a living."
"The division of the legislative institution dangerous thing, nor should we as deputies to give up parliamentary legitimacy in any way," noting that "there was a great opportunity for the Parliament, through the roadmap set by the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, which it was hoped them to end strife the division that got pace compatible with the constitution and rules of procedure, but unfortunately, it was to circumvent the initiative and emptied of its contents. "
He called for the "reunion goes back to the House of Representatives and healed, and then decide what he wants according to the constitution and rules of procedure of Parliament."
It testifies parliament 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 choose MP for the National Coalition Adnan al-Janabi management sessions, but al-Jubouri, counting his dismissal was unconstitutional and illegal.
The Liberal bloc MPs and other representatives withdrew the first Wednesday of the parliament sit at the invitation of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr is the weakest front of the protesters and their ability to collect a sufficient number to complete the quorum needed to hold their meetings.
And it decided the Presidency of the Council of Representatives on Thursday to resume contract Sunday parliamentary sessions.