Parliament will vote Thursday on the 7 projects excludes the laws and put to withdraw confidence from Maliki and Najafi

Sumerian News / Baghdad
Decision of the House of Representatives said Mohammad Khaldi, Tuesday, that the Parliament will vote at its meeting held on Thursday next at seven bills, pointing out that the subject of withdrawal of confidence or questioning of the prime minister has not been raised during the session.

He said Khalidi in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "House of Representatives will hold its next meeting the day after tomorrow, Thursday," noting that he "would vote on a candidate of the Kurdistan Alliance in the form of accountability, justice and the law of the Supreme Judicial Council, and the law of the Federal Court Act, the Ministry of Women."

Khalidi added that "Parliament will vote on the law also improve oily seeds, and the first amendment to the Act of 23 special elections to provincial councils, and vote on the decision to forcibly deported from abroad."

The Khalidi that "the presidency of the parliament will hold a meeting before the meeting with the heads of committees and blocs to discuss the work of the Committee in charge of the election of the commissioner elections and discuss the law of the Federal Court and the law of the Supreme Judicial Council and the mechanism of questioning ministers who did not carry out 50% of the Mizanthm, as well as the work of the Standing Committees."

He favored the leader of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman, said on Monday (June 18, 2012), raised the issues of withdrawal of confidence from major government and parliament in the parliamentary session scheduled Thursday if not resolved the crisis this week, but he pointed to the possibility of resolving this week in a quest Iranian and an American and an internal in that direction.

Khalidi emphasized that "the subject of withdrawal of confidence and questioned Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki did not put on the agenda of the meeting."

He announced the decision of the Iraqi Parliament, in the (current June 7), the extension of the legislative recess until the 21 of June current, attributing the cause to visit the death of Imam Musa al-Kazim, which was scheduled in the 16 of the month.

Facing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, claims of no confidence from him by a number of political blocs, most notably the Sadrists and the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance, while warns Congress of the State law, led by al-Maliki, the consequences of this step on the political process.

In contrast, the leader of the coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi revealed in (22 last May), for the collection of signatures of 163 deputies to remove House Speaker Osama Najafi from office, attributing the cause to the "incompetence" in the management of parliamentary sessions and hampered the work of the government.

And threatened President Jalal Talabani, who is subject to medical tests in Germany, on 16 June,, to resign if forced to change his convictions, and when he said that his office requires impartiality and unity, he stressed that he would not stand against the "Shiite majority," which does not represent the current rib only a quarter of their number in parliament.

The country is witnessing a political crisis that some observers emphasize that it is on the rise in the unity of the differences between the political blocs, having transformed from a difference between the Iraqi List and the rule of law to the difference in the latter with the Kurdistan Alliance and the Sadr movement and other movements and parties.