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Parliamentary: An emergency session of parliament should be held before the October 25 demonstrations for this reason

Political | 09:01 - 22/10/2019

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
called on the deputy in the House of Representatives, Zainab al-Khazraji, on Tuesday, to hold an emergency session of the parliament before the demonstrations of 25 October.
Khazraji said: "We must hold an emergency parliamentary session before the 25th of this month - the date of the start of the demonstrations - to examine the legitimate demands of the demonstrators and stand on the importance of implementation."
The MP stressed that "the government should strive to implement the procedures in a realistic manner in order to achieve the legitimate demands of the demonstrators."
"Parliamentary committees are following up the implementation of the governmental procedures for the demands of the demonstrators, and the Council is exercising its supervisory work to follow up the implementation of these procedures," she added.

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Deputy: Parliament session is ongoing and will not be postponed until after the demonstrations

 22 Oct 2019 - 6:10

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BAGHDAD: Sumer News, a deputy for the victory coalition Nada Shaker, on Tuesday, that the parliament session will be held next Thursday and there is no notification postponed until after the demonstrations, pointing out that it was the first to hold parliament daily sessions immediately after the forty Imam Hussein (AS). Shaker said in a press statement, that "what is circulated by some media about the postponement of the sessions of the House of Representatives until after the demonstrations of the twenty-fifth planned to be launched on health," stressing that "a meeting on Thursday list and will not inform MPs postponement." She added that "the circumstances that accompanied the demonstrations was the first of the parliament to hold daily sessions immediately after the end of the forty Imam Hussein, and this delay contributed to the disruption of the vote on the reformist government payments related to the legitimate demands of the demonstrators."

https://sumer.news/ar/news/42408/نائبة-جلسة-البرلمان-قائمة-ولن-تؤجل-الى-ما-بعد-التظاهرات

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Thursday, October 24, 2019 02:29 PM
The number of readings: 30

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Baghdad / .. Today is the last date for the vote of the House of Representatives to the file of special grades.

Parliamentary sources said that "the government did not submit before this date to the parliament a list of the names of special grades to vote on them, and the parliament did not specify a session for this day and set next Saturday."

He added that "according to the fiscal budget law of 2019, officials who hold positions in the agency is not entitled after this date to sign the official books."

The sources pointed out that "Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi will provide a list of names but it is a rotation of general managers and not the search for new competencies."

"There is also the possibility that there will be a quorum for the House of Representatives if the demonstrations continue tomorrow in Baghdad and other provinces and cut off roads and entrances to the Green Zone in the meantime, the Prime Minister hinted that he will submit to the House of Representatives reshuffle."

The legal expert, Tariq Harb, had previously confirmed that the constitution and the law prohibits each degree holder to exercise his work unless parliament votes in favor of him since the first of the first month of this year and the date of the entry into force of the 2019 budget law, which abolished the work of the Agency for special grades and granting a period of appointment to them.

Harb said in a statement that "the constitution obliged the Council of Ministers to present the names of candidates for special grades to Parliament and because Article 61 of the Constitution mandated the parliament to vote for the candidate to fill the special class or not, so that the candidate for the special degree is treated as a candidate for the post of minister does not exercise his work as a minister until the vote In favor of Parliament. "

He pointed out, `` This is not for those named in the list of candidates for the post of Inspector General and accepted by all who have been appointed since 1/1/2019 may not exercise his work and his position as being a special grade under-secretary and undersecretary special degree higher than the degree of adviser, which is a special degree also It should be noted the term special degree contained in Article 80 of the Constitution on the Council of Ministers and Article 61 of the Constitution on the House of Representatives.

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Urgent Agenda of the urgent and extraordinary session of Parliament tomorrow

History of edits:: 2019/10/25 21:30  2697 once readable
Agenda of the urgent and extraordinary session of Parliament tomorrow
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) House of Representatives on Saturday to convene an urgent and extraordinary session to discuss the demands of the demonstrators.
The Presidency of the House of Representatives in a statement received (Euphrates News) a copy of it, "The parliament will hold on Saturday an urgent and special session to discuss the demands of the demonstrators and the decisions of the Council of Ministers and the implementation of reform packages."
"Session 11 will be held at 1 pm," she added. is over
 
 
 
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Urgent Agenda of the urgent and extraordinary session of Parliament tomorrow

A Double Urgency  . . . lets hope these clowns finally get the message loud and clear this time. If todays social upheaval hasn't lit a fire under the GOI's backsides, well what the hell is it going to take. Yep that was rhetorical. We all know the answer. 

 

The GOI ( IMHO ) has run outta time. They need to open the Reform Floodgates/Get the IQD Globally recognized and so on - NOW ! Not " in the near future " or any of those weak & pathetic excuses they're so fond of using, when all it really entails is " we really ain't going to nuttin' " but kick the can way down the road.

 

 If they continue to dither, talk about creating more committees and other stalling tactics: this will infuriate the population to no end. The next sounds to be heard from the demonstrators will be RPG's slamming into the Parliament building; with them in it > hope the first round obliterates the Cafeteria.  :twocents:

 

 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, horsesoldier said:

Urgent Agenda of the urgent and extraordinary session of Parliament tomorrow

A Double Urgency  . . . lets hope these clowns finally get the message loud and clear this time. If todays social upheaval hasn't lit a fire under the GOI's backsides, well what the hell is it going to take. Yep that was rhetorical. We all know the answer. 

 

The GOI ( IMHO ) has run outta time. They need to open the Reform Floodgates/Get the IQD Globally recognized and so on - NOW ! Not " in the near future " or any of those weak & pathetic excuses they're so fond of using, when all it really entails is " we really ain't going to nuttin' " but kick the can way down the road.

 

 If they continue to dither, talk about creating more committees and other stalling tactics: this will infuriate the population to no end. The next sounds to be heard from the demonstrators will be RPG's slamming into the Parliament building; with them in it > hope the first round obliterates the Cafeteria.  :twocents:

 

 

 

 

Here here!

Let's get this party started!!

 

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LMAO!!!!! Did anyone actually think they were going to have a session today with all those crazy people running around outside an those delusional Iranian snipers shooting people...

Parliament decides to cancel the session scheduled for today due to lack of quorum

 
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Probabilities not to convene the parliament session today because of the lack of quorum

Release date:: 2019/10/26 13:56 • 43 times read
Probabilities not to convene the parliament session today because of the lack of quorum
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) A source familiar with the possibility, Saturday, not to convene the parliament session this day because of the lack of quorum.
The source told (Euphrates News) that "there are likely not to hold a special session of parliament for today because of the lack of quorum."
Parliament had been scheduled to hold a special session on Monday noon to discuss the protesters' demands and approve a number of reforms
 

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Date: 2019/10/26 14:00 • 110 times read
The postponement of the parliamentary session until further notice
(BAGHDAD: Euphrates News) According to an informed source, Saturday postponed the parliament session today to another notice.
"It was decided to postpone the special session of parliament for today until further notice," the source told the Euphrates News.
Earlier on Saturday, a well-informed source said that the parliamentary session was not held today due to the lack of quorum.
Parliament had been scheduled to hold a special session on Monday noon to discuss the protesters' demands and approve a number of reforms

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Parliament fails to hold its session and turns it into deliberation

14:01 - 26/10/2019
 
  
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MP of the Alliance of Sairon Abbas Aliwi, on Saturday, could not hold a session of parliament for this day because of the lack of quorum and turn it into a deliberative session, pointing out that the deputies of the southern provinces could not reach parliament.
Alioui said in a statement to / information / that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives has turned the session into deliberation with the heads of political blocs and deputies present because it could not complete the quorum."
He added that "the quorum has not been completed because of the inaccessibility of all the deputies of the Kurdistan Alliance from the northern provinces, as well as the preoccupation of the deputies of the southern provinces to work with government committees there to listen to the demands of the demonstrators."
"The session discussed all the demands of the demonstrators and the latest developments and the preparation of a session will be held tomorrow after the presence of all deputies from their provinces and listen to the demands of the demonstrators," Allawi said. Ended / 25 KD

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A parliamentary source said that the House of Representatives decided to cancel its scheduled session, on Saturday, for lack of quorum.

The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, it was "canceled the meeting of the House of Representatives scheduled, today, for lack of quorum."

It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives decided to hold its meeting, on Saturday, against the backdrop of events that accompanied the demonstrations witnessed in ten Iraqi provinces to demand the implementation of reforms and provide jobs and eliminate corruption and corrupt.
 
 
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2019/10/26 14:05
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Parliament decides to cancel the meeting scheduled for today because of lack of quorum

BAGHDAD / Obelisk: MP Sairon Alliance Abbas Aliwi, said Saturday, could not hold a session of parliament for this day because of the lack of quorum and turn it into a deliberative session, pointing out that the deputies of the southern provinces could not reach parliament.

Alioui said in a statement to local media that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives has turned the session into deliberation with the heads of political blocs and deputies present because it could not complete the quorum."

He added that "the quorum was not completed because of the inaccessibility of all the Kurdistan Alliance deputies from the northern provinces, as well as the preoccupation of the deputies of the southern provinces to work with government committees there to listen to the demands of the demonstrators."

"The session discussed all the demands of the demonstrators and the latest developments and the preparation of a session will be held tomorrow after the presence of all deputies from their provinces and listen to the demands of the demonstrators," Allawi said. 

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2019/10/26 02:24:36 PM 524

Deputies escaped from Parliament after the news of demonstrators crossing the bridge of the Republic

Deputies escaped from Parliament after the news of demonstrators crossing the bridge of the Republic

 

Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:

Al-Ghad Press correspondent, from the House of Representatives, said on Saturday that most of the deputies suddenly and quickly escaped from the parliament after there was information about the demonstrators crossing the bridge of the Republic.

 

 

He added, "The escape of deputies led to the lack of quorum and the failure to hold a session to be scheduled for this afternoon."

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35 minutes ago, yota691 said:

the deputies suddenly and quickly escaped from the parliament after there was information about the demonstrators crossing the bridge of the Republic.

 

This only gives deputies another excuse not to get the job done.

Thanks Yota and Butifldrm  :D

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News .. News about the incomplete quorum for the session of "Iraqi MPs"

News .. News about the incomplete quorum for the session of "Iraqi MPs"
Iraqi Council of Representatives
 26 October 2019 01:23 PM

Direct: The Iraqi News Agency "conscious", that the quorum for the session of the Iraqi parliament was not unfinished.

The agency said, on Saturday, that this prevents the meeting of the Council of Tawab.

The members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, began to arrive in the morning to attend the special session to discuss the demands of the demonstrators .

It is scheduled to discuss the House of Representatives, a number of reform decisions, after the outbreak of demonstrations to protest the poor economic conditions and unemployment.

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, has issued a decision yesterday, to authorize the authority of curfew in whole or in part to the conservatives.

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Fateh Jaber, a member of the Fatah alliance, said on Saturday that the House of Representatives session will be held this week after being submitted to another notice.

Jaber said in a statement to the information, that "the presidency of the parliament lifted today's meeting to another notice because of the lack of quorum," pointing out that "the number of deputies present does not exceed 100 deputies."

He added that "this week will hold a meeting of the House of Representatives without postponing it to next week," noting that "the session will be allocated to vote on the decisions of the government on the demands of the demonstrators that some decisions need a parliamentary vote."

A member of the House of Representatives for the coalition of Saraon, Salam al-Shammari, on Saturday, that the number of deputies present in today's meeting in parliament does not exceed 120 deputies.

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Deputy: The number of deputies does not exceed 120 deputies and the postponement of the session borne by absent blocks

Deputy: The number of deputies does not exceed 120 deputies and the postponement of the session borne by absent blocks

 

Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:

The deputy of the Alliance of Peace Sairam al-Shammari, on Saturday, that the current number of deputies present in parliament does not exceed 120 deputies, bearing the absent blocs cause the postponement of the meeting.

 

 

 

Al-Shammari said in a press statement received by "tomorrow Press", a copy of it, that "the attendees are walking and Badr and wisdom and Fatah and unfortunately has been postponed for further notice."

Al-Shammari said, "We attend today's meeting despite the suspension to meet the demands of the demonstrators and accelerate them, the most important of which is freezing the work of the provincial councils and the dismissal of some ministers and activation of corruption files against other agents and agents."

He stressed the importance of implementing the legitimate demands of the demonstrators and ending the state of tension in the street.

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I agree with the protesters, dissolve this government an call for new elections. This bunch of incompetent thieves needs to go. 
Another delay but we really wasn’t looking for the RV before February of next year anyway.

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3 minutes ago, DoD said:

I agree with the protesters, dissolve this government an call for new elections. This bunch of incompetent thieves needs to go. 
Another delay but we really wasn’t looking for the RV before February of next year anyway.

Amen DoD, I agree with you all the way.  We wont see an RV with the current Iranian controlled government that's in place now.  They all need to step down and be tried in court.

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3 hours ago, DoD said:

LMAO!!!!! Did anyone actually think they were going to have a session today with all those crazy people running around outside an those delusional Iranian snipers shooting people...

Parliament decides to cancel the session scheduled for today due to lack of quorum

 
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Lol over 300 deputies left the country already 

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They have to steal as much as they can before anyone gets nothing but leftovers.🙄

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