Hilali calls for non-stop work of the committees, despite delays in holding parliamentary sessions

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{Baghdad} Euphrates News called for a member of the parliamentary legal committee MP Ibtisam al-Hilali not to stop the work of the committees in the House of Representatives.
She said Hilali told {Euphrates News} on Friday, "The work of the committees must Aitoagaf in light of the security situation in the country through the recent terrorist bombings that targeted Baghdad during the follow-up to the parliamentary security committee for it."
She continued by saying, "There are also ready for approval as {general amnesty law, the Federal Court, and the oil and gas laws}, and should complement the committees discussed for approval in the coming period."
The demonstrators stormed Saturday 30 April, the Green Zone, and the building of the House of Representatives, and showed videos published by the media attacked the demonstrators {beat} on the number of MPs, including the Second Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Syria, Sheikh Mohammed, the head of the Virtue Bloc Ammar Tohme, sparking ire and thoroughly by a number of political blocs to hold new hearings.

But there are many calls for the convening of a session of parliament, but familiar with the political process, where the MP for the Bloc citizen Rahim al-Darraji, that there is an initiative of the United Nations will be presented in the coming days on the political parties, including the Kurds, and the Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, is to convince the Kurds to return to Baghdad, while there are also calls from the mass of citizens and initiatives; for the purpose of the return of the House of Representatives sessions normally.