Reject proposal to hold Parliament session in Erbil 5-22
The rule of law: the parties in the coalition forces close to the al - Jubouri , made a proposal to hold a session of parliament in Arbil
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Long-Presse / Baghdad
Detecting a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki on Sunday rejected a proposal put forward by the parties in the coalition forces, "close to" the House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri to hold a parliament session in Erbil, as ruled session of Parliament held in the "near future", counting that guarantees to " Protection provided by the parliament, the government is not viable. "
The leader of the coalition of state law Jassim Mohammed Jaafar said in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "some parties in the coalition forces close to the parliament speaker Salim al submitted three weeks ago, a proposal to hold parliamentary sessions in Erbil province," noting that "the proposal were turned down by the especially the Shia political forces. "
He added Jaafar, said: "This proposal put forward again after the events of the Green Zone, the first on Friday (20 May 2016), and the demonstrators broke into the Council of Ministers, on the grounds that the guarantee provided by the government to protect the parliament, is not applicable," stressing that the "coalition The proposed state law categorically refused. "
He ruled Jafar, "the convening of a session of parliament at the very least in the near time, after the events that took place on Friday," returned to "guarantees the protection provided by the government is not viable."
The mass of a coalition of state law in the House of Representatives presented, on Saturday (21 May 2016), five proposals to resolve the current crisis, notably "to prevent infiltrators from the demonstration and trial whales corruption," and demanded the protesters to "take into account the laws and adhere to places of demonstrations", and as pointed out that reform "can not be achieved occupancy of breaking the law and the security services and internal strife," he stressed the need to "reform does not affect the fundamentals of the political process without prejudice to internal security does not stop the editing operations."
The deputy from the coalition Iraqi forces Ahmed Jarba denounced, on Saturday (21 May 2016), the attack on the demonstrators who stormed into the Green Zone, the first on Friday, stressed that the country "is heading for the unknown if you do not interfere with the wise men," and as he pointed out that the rights " not taken the chaos and destruction of government institutions ", has ruled out holding a meeting of the House of Representatives during the current week.
And criticized the Liberal bloc parliamentary of the Sadrist movement, on Saturday (21 May 2016), described the participants of demonstrators broke into the Green Zone as "infiltrators", and stressed that the government "has lost its legitimacy to target peaceful demonstrators demanding reform", as charged, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi forces charged with protecting the region's presidential responsibility for the events of Friday, the House of Representatives called for political blocs to take a position on these events.
Promised Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the first on Friday (20 May 2016) to break into the Green Zone, "a move to drag the country into chaos," and pointed out that this thing can not be tolerated, and called for political blocs to join hands to address the plots Baathists lurking allied with Aldoaash , he stressed that the chaos will not be the welfare of the people.
The Baghdad Operations Command announced, first on Friday (20 May 2016), imposing a curfew in the capital until further notice, addressed to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, hours after lifting the curfew for the capital.
And broke into thousands of followers of the Sadrist movement, first on Friday (20 May 2016), the Green Zone in central Baghdad, while ambulances ferried the wounded began to those who fell attempts to disperse the demonstration and fire security forces and tear gas.