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War must hold a second round of elections, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament not to get any candidate a majority

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War must hold a second round of elections, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament not to get any candidate a majority

Thursday, July 15, 2014 16:36

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[baghdad - where]

 

Said legal expert Tareq Harb that he "and the lack of any candidate for the post of first deputy chairman of the parliament majority of half plus one must hold a second round of elections."

 

The war told all of Iraq [where] that "all members of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives of the Speaker and his deputies are covered by the legal rule which stresses the necessity of obtaining half plus one of the number of members of parliament."

 

He pointed out that "it is possible that opens the door for nomination in the second round for those who wish to do so, or withdrawal of any of the candidates who contested the first round of elections."

 

The House of Representatives has held a round of elections for the post of first deputy speaker of parliament and failed where all of the candidates for the National Alliance MP Haider al-Abadi and Ahmed Chalabi, in his personal capacity and Christian MP Fares Jeju to get a majority of votes to win the job.

 

According to a parliamentary source for [where] that "Abadi got [149] votes [107] votes of Chalabi and Christian MP Fares Jeju only six votes with the invalidity of [13] votes," noting that "the majority mean half plus one [165] of the total 328 members of the council members. ". ended 16.

 

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Darn it

Ok

Start over next month

I think they would be better off if they bring tanks and rocket propelled grenades with them when they vote

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