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CNN. Broadcasting During A Lack Of Urgency As Parliament Postpones A Week Until July 8th !




Adjournment of the Parliament to the first next Tuesday

Tue Jul 01 2014 13:08 | (Voice of Iraq) - Sumerian News / Baghdad 
decided the new Speaker of the House Rep. older Mehdi al-Hafez, on Tuesday, lifting the first meeting of the Council next Tuesday to the eighth month of July present. explained Hafiz, who chaired the meeting , that the meeting will be held if there is an agreement between the political blocs. decision came Hafiz lifting session for a week, after discussions and presentations of the deputies present, and the withdrawal of the masses of Kurdistan (PUK) and the Uniting session. lawmakers walked out of the Kurdistan Alliance and a coalition united under the leadership of former House Speaker Osama Najafi, on Tuesday, From the first session of the parliamentary session third. was Speaker of the House's new MP older Mehdi al-Hafez, decided to raise the Council meeting the first half-hour for the purpose of reaching a "certain formula" on the selection of the President of the new Council and his two deputies. saw the first session interactions between a number of deputies, after claim MP for the Kurdistan Alliance Najeebeh Najib, what she described as "lift the siege imposed ills region," referring to the granting of salaries to the staff of the province. has led members of the new Council of Representatives, on Tuesday, was sworn in Arabic and Kurdish, headed by Chairman of the Board Attorney older Mehdi al-Hafez, which was followed by the final text Right in Arabic as read out the text right MP, but Talabani. announced Hafiz during the meeting a quorum of the new Council, after the presence of 255 deputies. includes the agenda of the first session of the new parliament, which will be held on Tuesday, swearing constitutional for new MPs and the election of the Chairman of the House of Representatives as well as his two deputies . issued the presidential decree called for the new parliament to hold its first session on Tuesday, day on the first of July, to form the next government, pointing out that the MP Mehdi al-Hafez, who is the biggest members of parliament are not will chair the meeting. while decided the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, disable the official working hours state institutions in the capital Baghdad, with the exception of the necessary configurations.

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After much anticipation over how it would address the country's turmoil, Iraq's new parliament postponed its first session until next week, citing a lack of a quorum.

The move came after 90 members of parliament failed to return after a 30-minute morning break during the scheduled session Tuesday.

"We are going to postpone because of an urgent matter," the speaker of the parliament said. He did not say what the urgent matter was, and it was not immediately clear what happened.

The newly elected parliament convened with 255 out of 328 elected officials attending, which was enough for a legal quorum, the speaker said. But when many failed to return after the break, there were not enough members to continue.

Many expected Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to call for the formation of a new government Tuesday as Iraq battles militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

Al-Maliki and his Shiite-dominated government have been under pressure by Western and Arab diplomats to be more inclusive of Iraq's Sunni minority, who say they have been marginalized and cut out of the political process by the government.

Under Iraq's constitution, the parliament has 75 days from when it convenes to pick a prime minister.

Lawmakers are under pressure to move faster, but the political body has had trouble moving swiftly in the past. The last time parliament met to pick a prime minister, it took nearly 10 months.

American and Arab diplomats have told CNN that the United States probably won't launch military strikes against ISIS and its allied fighters before a new government is formed in Iraq.

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LMAO!!!! And what will happen then, what will be different in a week? I guess I've had about all of Maliki I can stand for awhile, it's just irritating that one man can scare this many grown men...

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And they have the nerve to call us infidels.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        For Sale. One pair of snow skis. Used only twice. Mostly while lying down.

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Thanks Yota...and DT...Did anyone expect anything different...again, this's goin' to be interestin' to watch to see how things 'pan out' in Iraq's ME mentality from a westerners view point....Hide and watch, guarantee ya "The best is yet to come"....

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Help me out here.....somewhere I read that if there is not a governement sat by a certain time that Maliki is granted another term.


Am I remembering this right? and what is the date for that?

Idk How It Effects Maliki But They Have 45 Days ! ;)


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