Rapporteur of the parliament: to postpone consideration of stabbing protestors House of Representatives does not affect the contract Sunday session

2016/5/26 13:47

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Parliament said that the decision to postpone the federal court to consider an appeal of Representatives of the protesters does not affect the holding of the parliamentary session on Sunday.

He said Imad Youkhana Yako told all of Iraq [where] "was supposed from the Federal Court to resolve the matter yesterday so the atmosphere is ripe for a meeting next Sunday, but we can not interfere in the work of the judicial body which Adre it," adding that "the postponement of the Federal Court considering stabbed protesters House of Representatives does not affect the hearing on Sunday. "

Youkhana said "Certainly the opposition bloc which reform has given one of its conditions pending the Federal Court has not been compliance so far with other political blocs and thus failing to attend will affect the quorum for the session, but if I attended the Liberal bloc with the rest of the other blocs that have expressed their willingness to attend, there will be a quorum," noting that "The Kurds have declared attendance and thus are the blocks that will attend the parliament session."

The Federal Supreme Court has postponed consideration of a case challenging the constitutionality of two sessions of the House of Representatives last month to the next morning, Sunday, 05/29/2016.
The head of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Bloc, but Talabani announced that the Bloc MPs will attend the next session of parliament and discuss all the failures inside the dome Alcil.anthy 2

** Follow up from a report yesterday**