Kurdish blocs to end their boycott and return to Baghdad next week

2016/5/23 23:00

[Oan- Baghdad]

Kurdish parliamentary blocs decided to end their boycott and return to Baghdad early next week.

For his part, the Speaker of Parliament Saleem al-Jubouri said in a statement, "We will meet tomorrow with the heads of parliamentary blocs and we will determine the direction of the House of Representatives hearing that will be comprehensive and attended by all members of an appointment."

The MPs from different political blocs hold fast to the end of the month of April the parliament building to demand the resignation of the three presidencies and the implementation of reforms and elected president of the National Alliance parliamentary bloc, Adnan al-Janabi, chairman of their meetings but failed several times to hold a full quorum sessions as counting Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri his dismissal was unconstitutional and illegal.

The parliamentary crisis evolved to demonstrators storming the Green Zone in 30 of last April and entered the parliament building and assaulted some of them beating on deputies, including the Kurds called for Kurdish blocs to leave Baghdad and the province of the Council of Representatives.
It is said that the protesters stormed the green again last Friday, but security forces confronted them and forced them to withdraw after the occurrence of sporadic clashes.