Alfalh accused Nujaifi obstructing the passage of a law infrastructure agreement with Iraqi MPs/GAZETTE! : Thursday, September 27, 2012

Follow-up - and babysit -accused the leader of the coalition of state law on Alfalh, Thursday, parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi to "disrupt" the adoption of the Law of the infrastructure agreement with Iraqi MPs, noting that existing leader Ayad Allawi urged Iraqi MPs not to vote on the law, with student Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan to vote on the law during the parliamentary session that will be held next Monday.

Ali said Alfalh "The Iraqi Council of Representatives decided during today's meeting, to postpone the vote on the law infrastructure to next Monday, for lack of quorum after leaving Congress Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan Council Chamber of the opposition to the law," and accused Parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi to "block the adoption law after agreement with the head of the Iraqi parliament bloc Adnan al-Janabi, to eject the Iraqi MPs of the meeting to prevent the vote. "

He Alfalh that "the Iraqi leader Ayad Allawi urged Iraqi MPs during his attendance to the Parliament, the first on Tuesday, not to vote on the bill, which was on the agenda of the meeting," adding that they "do not dare to declare for the Iraqi people and standing against the law."

And continued Alfalh that "there different views of the Kurdistan Alliance MPs on this law," pointing out that he "was taking all the demands that came out of Representatives on the law."

And considered Alfalh that "vote on each paragraph of the law on the unit incapacitating and harm to the reputation of Parliament," and urged the Iraqi and Kurdistan Alliance "retreat from their position and vote on the law during the parliamentary session to be held next Monday."

The presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives lifted on Thursday, the Council meeting of 25 to Saturday's (29 September 2012), after the vote on the candidate Ninth Electoral Commission, and the postponement of the vote on the five bills notably legal amnesty and infrastructure which has been postponed to Monday's hearing Next, (the first of October).
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