Shafaq News / The Presidency of the parliament confirmed on Thursday its commitment to continue to hold daily sessions for the parliament to perform its legislative and observing role, while the U.S. embassy expressed its willingness to support the parliament efforts.

The Second Deputy of the parliament Speaker, Arif Tayfur has said in a statement in which "Shafaq News" received a copy of it , that "The Parliament is determined to continue to perform its actions although there are problems and political differences."

"The Parliament is determined to continue its daily and held these days in order to perform its functions from the legislative, regulatory, although there are problems and differences between the blocs and political forces."

"The parliament is about to vote on important laws including the Independent Electoral Commission Act in addition to the law of the Federal Court and the Supreme Judicial Council as well as the ongoing work of the committees, he added.

From her part, the Vice-Consul of the new political Consul at the U.S. Embassy, Christine Lawson quoted in her meeting with the Deputy Speaker of the parliament, Arif Tayfur "the United States interest and its willingness to support the parliament efforts."

"The White House is following with great care, the Iraqi scene and it aspires that politicians would succeed in solving their problems through dialogue and negotiation, she said.

The parliament began the sessions of the third legislative term in the 23 of last June, the first session of the third legislative term was held to discuss and study the law of the Federal Court, the Supreme Judicial Council and the Law of the Ministry of Women and Family Affairs.

The Presidency of the parliament board has held earlier, a lengthy meeting with the heads of political blocs and the heads of the committees to develop a roadmap for the third legislative term. http://www.shafaaq.com/en/news/3154-...rliament-.html