Reform Front is preparing to launch a new initiative and the Liberals stick to its own terms


BAGHDAD / long - Presse

The Deputy reform front in the House of Representatives, yesterday, all efforts to put an initiative during the parliamentary session to be held on Tuesday, as he emphasized that the initiative include a re-vote on the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and the cabin cabinet presented by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

The MP said Haider Mawla, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Front reform process of rolling initiative during a parliament session expected to be held later Tuesday," noting that "the initiative include a re-vote on the previous presidency and the vote on the cabinet reshuffle."

Mawla added that "the previous Presidency expressed acceptance on the idea of ​​the initiative," revealing that "the negotiators of the reform front, will discuss, with the five-member committee at a meeting, on Thursday evening, the terms and implications of the initiative in order to reach agreement."

Furthermore, it stipulated that the Liberal bloc in the House of Representatives, yesterday, to attend a parliament session offer cabins ministers technocrats vote.
The MP said Mazen Mezni said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The liberal bloc stipulated View Cabins and ministers technocrats to vote, to attend the parliament session yesterday," stressing that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has already committed itself to bringing the cabin in this session for a vote."

The parliament is disabled since the storming of the demonstrators to its building in the 30th of April 2016, and the differences on the survival of Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, in the office of his dismissal, which have evolved to provide the protesters objecting House of Representatives on the survival of al-Jubouri and his supporters appealed to the Federal Supreme Court, the legitimacy of the meeting held by the al-Jubouri and voice five new ministers, the meeting of the sitters of Representatives voted to dismiss al-Jubouri, while the court decided to defer action until those appeals on Monday 29 May 2016.