Kurdish lawmaker: green storm the impact on the possibility of a parliamentary session this week held
Saturday, 21 May 2016
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Ribawar Taha, Saturday, to storm the protesters Green Zone on Friday , the impact on the possibility of a parliamentary session this week , a decade or the next, as he pointed out that the protesters would enter the Green Zone "with ease" whenever they wanted to. He said Taha in an interview with Alsumaria News's, " the storming of the green Zone , the impact on the holding parliamentary session , which was likely to be held this week or next , " noting that "all political parties have attempted to convene a meeting to resolve the problems faced by the country, including the cabinet reshuffle."

He said Taha, that " the lack of security in the Green Zone to make the majority of MPs are demanding to ensure the security Balkhaddra because there is a vision we have that the Green Zone is safe , " explaining that "whenever he wanted demonstrators entering the Green Zone Vsasttion entering them with ease." Stormed the demonstrators, on Friday (20 May 2016), the green Zone and the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , before retreating after hours, while security forces imposed strict procedures and a curfew in the capital , but the commander of the armed forces , Haider al - Abadi Prime Minister face the lifting of the curfew. He said Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , on Friday, that there were "infiltrators" are dragging the country to chaos and attack on security forces in Baghdad, stressing that what happened to break into the state institutions can not be accepted and tolerated with the perpetrators.