Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi, the House of Representatives calling for the Kurds to return to Baghdad and to attend parliament sessions
May 17, 2016
Student leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq's oil minister resigned, Adel Abdul Mahdi, the return of the Kurdish deputies to the capital of Baghdad and end their boycott of parliamentary sessions.

He visited Abdul-Mahdi, in Sulaimaniyah province, General Coordinator of the Movement for Change Nushirwan Mustafa, First Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Rasool,

He called Abdul-Mahdi, in his first meeting with Nawshirwan Mustafa, a return to the House of Representatives of the Kurds in Baghdad, for the continuation of the political process in Iraq.

He also met with the Messenger, During the meeting, they discussed the current situation in Iraq and the role of the Kurds site in the region, the two sides stressed that he is not permitted to take any step in the region without taking the role and position of the Kurds into consideration.

In another aspect of the meeting the two sides discussed the war against terrorism, and in this respect the role and praised the heroism of the Peshmerga forces, and expressed the hope that is to speed up the provision of support and assistance to the Peshmerga forces and all other forces fighting terrorism.

The business sessions of parliament have been stalled since last April 30 because the protesters deputies crisis and the storming of the demonstrators to the Green Zone, the Council and lawmakers subjected to assault and battery, and decided on the impact, including a Kurdish political blocs boycott the hearings.

He visited Parliament Speaker Salim al-last week of the Kurdistan region and discussed with the Kurdish blocs province reverse its decision and return to attend.

The MP said the coalition of Kurdish blocs, Majid Chenkali first on Saturday, said that "a positive atmosphere for the return of Kurdish blocs to Baghdad and to attend parliament sessions.

As a Kurdish lawmaker Xuan Daoudi said President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, he said Kurds are instructed to MPs, especially from the Kurdistan Democratic Party MPs to return to Baghdad and conduct their business there. "