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MP calls for parliamentary sessions this week

MP calls for parliamentary sessions this week

 

Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:

A member of the parliamentary wisdom bloc Mahmoud Mulla Talal, on Tuesday, to resume holding the sessions of the House of Representatives this week.

 

"The situation in Iraq requires that the House of Representatives convene this week to consider many issues of concern to the Iraqi people," Talal said in a statement received by Al-Ghad Press.

He added that "the meetings of the Council will contribute a lot to ease the tension and positive impressions of the Iraqi people and we do not see there is no reason not to convene this week and at least three meetings."

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Deputy: Parliament should hold three sessions this week

Political | 12:42 - 20/10/2019

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News,
a member of the opposition parliamentary wisdom MP Mahmoud Mulla Talal, on Sunday, to resume the sessions of the House of Representatives this week to hold three sessions at least.
"The situation in Iraq requires that the House of Representatives convene this week to consider many issues of concern to the Iraqi people," Mullah Talal said in a statement received.
He added, "The convening of the Council's sessions will contribute greatly to the reduction of tension and positive impressions of the Iraqi people and we see no reason not to convene this week and at least three meetings."

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Morning Yota, really missed your posting!  

 

Let the people put the pressure on to increase the value of their currency. They really need to increase their standard of living.  

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Wisdom bloc calls for the holding of three sessions of the parliament this week

 

 

BAGHDAD / ... Member of the parliamentary wisdom bloc Mahmoud Mulla Talal, on Sunday, to resume the convening of the House of Representatives this week.

Talal said in a statement received "Eye of Iraq News," that "the situation in Iraq requires the House of Representatives to meet this week to consider many issues of concern to the Iraqi people."

He added that "the meetings of the Council will contribute a lot to ease the tension and positive impressions of the Iraqi people and we do not see there is no reason not to convene this week and at least three meetings."

 

http://aynaliraqnews.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=126228

 

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They will find a way to get out of working

three day's.  Thank you Butifldrm and Yota

Good morning DV   :D

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Conquest reveals the truth of the resignation of Abdul Mahdi

Conquest reveals the truth of the resignation of Abdul Mahdi

 

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The Fatah alliance on Sunday ruled out the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to the parliament on 24 this month, indicating that Abdul Mahdi is determined to remain in office to meet the demands of the demonstrators.

"The Fatah congress has not discussed with any party the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdel-Mahdi in the next few days," said the coalition's Amer Amer in a statement.

He added that "the scenario of the resignation of the prime minister is unlikely in light of crises and the tension of the street and not find a replacement for the government at the moment."

Fayez pointed out that "the Prime Minister continues his work and is determined to remain in office to achieve the interests of citizens and demonstrators without harming the general situation and confusing the political scene of the country."

The House of Representatives voted to extend the deadline for the government to resolve the file of special grades and positions until October 24 of this month.

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http://aletejahtv.com/archives/315245

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2 hours ago, yota691 said:

Deputy: Parliament should hold three sessions this week

Political | 12:42 - 20/10/2019

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News,
a member of the opposition parliamentary wisdom MP Mahmoud Mulla Talal, on Sunday, to resume the sessions of the House of Representatives this week to hold three sessions at least.
"The situation in Iraq requires that the House of Representatives convene this week to consider many issues of concern to the Iraqi people," Mullah Talal said in a statement received.
He added, "The convening of the Council's sessions will contribute greatly to the reduction of tension and positive impressions of the Iraqi people and we see no reason not to convene this week and at least three meetings."

 

Why not 7????  

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I’m thinking if al Sadr has his way they will be on a permanent vacation an won’t have to worry about having any sessions...

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An emergency parliamentary session to pass important laws

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah / Omar Abdul Latif and Muhannad Abdul Wahab
The House of Representatives is expected to convene an emergency session this week to pass important laws and enact legislation to implement recent government measures to meet the legitimate demands of protesters.
The House of Representatives Rapporteur Hoshyar Qardagh said in a statement singled out by "morning": "More than 100 deputies have submitted an application to the Presidency of the House of Representatives in which they want to hold the meeting this week instead of next Saturday," stressing that "everything the House will do In favor of the Iraqi street and its orientations demanding the provision of services and jobs and improve the economic reality in the country.
For his part, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Ahmed al-Mashhadani told "morning": "All parliamentary committees are working to implement government measures to achieve the demands of the demonstrators through the legislative work of the Council in the light of the data and support the budgets of ministries and competent committees."
Chairman of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri announced in turn the approval of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to distribute the vacant grades in the Ministry of Defense, amounting to 28 thousand between the provinces after re-terminated their contracts.
Also, Sadr's leader, Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, issued a statement on the demonstrations to be launched on the 25th of this month, Mr. Sadr said in part of his statement: With an honest international hand. "
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3 hours ago, yota691 said:

An emergency parliamentary session to pass important laws

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah / Omar Abdul Latif and Muhannad Abdul Wahab
The House of Representatives is expected to convene an emergency session this week to pass important laws and enact legislation to implement recent government measures to meet the legitimate demands of protesters.
The House of Representatives Rapporteur Hoshyar Qardagh said in a statement singled out by "morning": "More than 100 deputies have submitted an application to the Presidency of the House of Representatives in which they want to hold the meeting this week instead of next Saturday," stressing that "everything the House will do In favor of the Iraqi street and its orientations demanding the provision of services and jobs and improve the economic reality in the country.
For his part, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Ahmed al-Mashhadani told "morning": "All parliamentary committees are working to implement government measures to achieve the demands of the demonstrators through the legislative work of the Council in the light of the data and support system" rel="">support the budgets of ministries and competent committees."
Chairman of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri announced in turn the approval of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to distribute the vacant grades in the Ministry of Defense, amounting to 28 thousand between the provinces after re-terminated their contracts.
Also, Sadr's leader, Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, issued a statement on the demonstrations to be launched on the 25th of this month, Mr. Sadr said in part of his statement: With an honest international hand. "

We can only hope that it takes a session for them to pass important laws when these laws been on the table for years waiting to pass

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Iraq is not our country.  They have a different culture, different laws, and different morals.  I hate that their people are suffering and wish they were more aggressive, but one day hopefully they will bring us great wealth.  I guarantee you they are not concerned about our opinions.  I am encouraged with the progress that has been made recently.  

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"...We do not see there is no reason not to convene this week and at least three meetings."

Ya think? 

I'm sure they can come up with at least one reason not to meet as that is what they are experts at. In fact they've never needed a reason to not meet before.  But for the sake of false impressions they will find it in their gracious hearts to meet at least three days this week to make it look like they are intent on resolving all demands for the citizens. 

I can't even read this article without wanting to puke. 

Maybe if they dragged a few of them out and started a BBQ you'd see the rest pass laws so fast it would make allahs head spin. 

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Information / Baghdad ..

Al-Fateh MP Haneen al-Qadu said on Monday that the House of Representatives will vote on Tuesday to dissolve local councils until new elections are held.

Kaddou said in a statement to the information, that "the abolition of local councils falls within the demands of the demonstrators and that their abolition is not possible because they need a constitutional amendment."

He added that "Parliament postponed the vote on the decision to cancel or dissolve the local councils of the previous session," likely "to include the vote on the dissolution of local councils in the agenda of tomorrow's session until a new election."

The legal expert Ali al-Tamimi said in a statement earlier to the information, the impossibility of freezing the work of the provincial councils, stressing the illegality of the parliament's decision on the freeze and the possibility of appeal. Ends / 25 pm

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105 deputies sign the request for an emergency session to discuss two files

14:23 - 21/10/2019
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Al-Maaloumeh / Baghdad ..
MP on the construction coalition Abbas Jaber Al-Atafi, on Monday, the collection of 105 signatures to hold an emergency session of the House of Representatives to discuss the government reached the issue of the attack on demonstrators and special grades.
Al-Atafi said in a statement to the information, that "more than 105 deputies signed for the convening of an extraordinary emergency session to be held on Wednesday or Thursday next," noting that "the deputies signed from different blocs and sent to the presidency of the Council to determine the date."
He added, "The objective of an emergency session is to host the government agencies concerned to discuss what has been achieved from the demands of the demonstrators as well as discuss the continuation of the work of the provincial councils or proceed to freeze them."
Al-Atafi pointed out that "the deputies signed did not get an answer to hold an extraordinary session so far and we are waiting for the presidency of the Council during the coming hours." Finished / 25 h

https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/10/21/433613/

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They (GOI) better hurry up. The 25th demonstrations are coming. Sadr is cranking up the pressure. Those lazy, pathetic politicians should be meeting 7 days a week for the betterment of their citizens and their country. But that just gets in the way of another extended break from doing their jobs. Kick em to the curb. Go Protesters !!

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Iraq postpones parliament until nationwide protests end: report

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Iraq postpones parliament until nationwide protests end: report
The Iraqi Parliament in Baghdad. (Photo: AFP)
 
 

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Iraq’s Parliament has announced that it would postpone sessions until protests in the country come to an end.

Iraqi media reported on Tuesday that there are “deep differences” between the Presidency and Parliament regarding how they deal with demonstrators, which has led to the postponement.

The Parliament’s Legal Committee originally decided on Saturday that it would convene on Oct. 26, a day after planned protests in the country. But this decision seems to be overturned.

A wave of violent, nationwide protests began in early October. The demonstrations have reportedly led to the deaths of at least 100 people and thousands more injured.

Security forces cracked down on protesters, with many accusing them of using excessive force and gunfire to prevent the demonstrations from spreading.

The central government in Baghdad also imposed a curfew and cut internet connections in many southern provinces where the unrest was taking place.

Violence permeated protests since they began in Baghdad and spread to major southern cities, marking the worst instance of instability since the so-called Islamic State was defeated nearly two years ago. Many were killed by direct sniper fire.

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Iraq on Monday called on the federal government in Baghdad to fulfill promises it made to protestors and implement its reform package.

Activists have told Kurdistan 24 that another major demonstration is planned for Baghdad and other cities on Oct. 25. This follows the Shia religious observance called Arbaeen, during which millions of worshipers will be marching to holy sites in Iraq.

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