Parliamentary Advocacy: we not compelled by order of Maliki and Atsamna without guidance
BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Mary finest
The head of the Dawa bloc behind Abdul Samad, on Thursday, said the sit-in MPs bloc in parliament came without an order of its leader Nuri al-Maliki, saying that we will not compelled by the latest order.

Abdul Samad said in a press conference held in the Parliament building, and attended "Sky Press," "The deputies coalition of law hold fast without the order of its leader, Nouri al-Maliki," stressing that "sit-free will of the deputies."

He added that the "call block has 42 deputies in parliament Matsma, while the rest are on the battlefield," noting that "the bloc does not have the commander of the order or the Crown Endowment orders."

The House of Representatives voted on Thursday, on the resignation of MP Hassan Sinead, from the parliament, in what was considered the city of Sinjar, a "disaster."

The head of the will of the MP Hanan al movement confirmed on Thursday that House Speaker Salim al-ring the bell twenty times for the purpose of completing the quorum and the security of the respondent, while sarcastically saying, "Where did the legal quorum seems to evaporate."

The Council of Representatives, on Thursday, its headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 173 deputies, while raising the House of Representatives first Tuesday, the Council session to Thursday, after witnessing the vote on the naming of six ministers.

It is noteworthy that the secretary troops charged with protecting Parliament seized earlier in the day Thursday, journalists' phones in the House of Representatives, during their coverage of a demonstration of the Council staff, in protest at unpaid wages.

With parliamentary source revealed early Thursday, about clashes between the Peshmerga forces and a number of House of Representatives staff demanding overdue salaries for two months.