Kurdistan: the overall presence the meeting held with the participation of all partie
Kurdistan: the overall presence the meeting held with the participation of all parties and blocs
BAGHDAD / long - Presse
While pledging the Kurdistan Alliance, attending the parliament session attended by all the political blocs, a coalition of citizen seemed assured of achieving a quorum even if the House of Representatives declined sitters to attend the joint session. And confirms the coalition Hakim said the past two days have seen an active political mobility resulted in the agreement between the political blocs to hold most of the joint session.
The MP said the Kurdistan Alliance Ares Abdullah, in an interview with (long-Presse), "The Kurdish blocs will decide tomorrow (Tuesday) to attend the session of the parliament or not," adding, "If the unified session and includes all parties, it would be for us to attend."
He said Kurdish lawmaker "If the session is united then will take the appropriate decision unanimously," stressing that "the decision to enter the meeting or not depends on the agreement with all Kurdish blocs."
On the other hand, says a spokesman for the Islamic Supreme Council of Habib Terminal, in an interview with (long-Presse), "The quorum of Tuesday's session will be completed even if sitters her deputies did not attend," but he also said that "the protesters deputies tried throughout the last term to achieve a quorum parliamentary session but they could not. "
The leader of the coalition of citizen, said that "the withdrawal of the Sadrists from the protesters aborted the plans of some of the protesters, especially the House of Representatives that the intentions of those who tried to play the card of the sit-in and exploit the seeming chaos had was exposed." He Terminal "Some political figures and blocs tried to liquidate their accounts amid the chaos of the parliament, but the withdrawal of the Sadrist deputies qualitative step aborted planned and directed a severe blow to the protestors."
His colleague in the cluster Salim Shawki said, in a statement received (range Press) copy of it yesterday, "The past two days have seen an active political mobility, resulted in the political agreement between the majority blocs to hold a joint session," noting that "the protesters deputies have expressed their approval of its contract, provided that no going back. "
Shawki added that "demonstrations tomorrow will be a way to put pressure on the political parties that do not want the House to take place," pointing out that "it became clear during the side events held between the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, and a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki and the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi , that the Council convene a past unified session on Tuesday. "
He said al-Hakim, a member of the coalition by saying that "It is likely that the meeting will be held under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri," Mady said, "but there is a desire and put forward by the political blocs that the meeting be chaired by Saadoun al-Dulaimi as a compromise."
The presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on Sunday, has decided (the 24th of April 2016) held a comprehensive meeting, next Tuesday to discuss the government's reform and readiness to host the parliament, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to display his booth ministerial.