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The last scenes before the vote on Al-Kazemi’s government: 20 ministries will be presented for voting in today's session, and the foreign and oil ministries will be excluded.


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The last scenes before the vote on Al-Kazemi’s government: 20 ministries will be presented for voting in today's session, and the foreign and oil ministries will be excluded.

Baghdad ( NINA ) - Parliamentary sources revealed the last scenes before voting on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, indicating that 20 ministries will be presented to vote in today's session.


The sources indicated, "The Foreign Ministry resolved the Kurds and the dispute over the candidate, and that there is no consensus on its candidate, and the ministries of Electricity, Labor and Agriculture revolve between candidates and leave the matter to Al-Kazemi."


The sources indicated that all the Shiite forces will attend the session of the House of Representatives today with the exception of the rule of law, the Kurdish forces with the exception of some individuals, the allied forces and the liberated governorates, and most of the minorities ’forces, all confirmed attendance, pointing out that preliminary estimates that the number of attendees will exceed 250 deputies. / End 9
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Sovereign ministries ... disagreement that disobeys the solution and disputes the cab's fortunes

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The deputy of the Iraqi Forces Alliance, Manar Abdel Muttalib, confirmed on Wednesday that deputies attended the mass bloc of the granting of confidence session, while she disclosed that there are differences regarding some of the sovereign ministries that will not pass during today's session.
And Abdul-Muttalib said in a statement to "Information", that "passing the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi or not depends on the agreement of the Shiite forces, even if this is not mentioned in the constitution."
She added, "There are disagreements about some of the candidates for ministerial positions," stressing that "some of the names have notes that will not pass in today's session."
And Abdul-Muttalib indicated that "some of the sovereign ministries have not yet been resolved, which will be the point of contention between the political forces."
It is scheduled to hold a special session of Parliament, at nine in the evening today, Wednesday, to vote on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi. Ended / 25h

 

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Al-Halbousi warns against maneuvering. The quota is the basis for forming the Al-Kazemi government and 81 deputies reject it

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Parliament has scheduled a session to vote on the new government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, on Wednesday evening, while Parliament Speaker Mohammed Al- Halbousi called for a vote for this government.

Al-Halbousi indicated that Iraq does not bear the maneuver because the current situation requires that there be a strong Iraqi government with full powers to restore the economic and security situation.

He considered that Al-Kazemi went through practical steps, but there were objections to people in his ministry to search for others more acceptable.

And members of the House of Representatives are awaiting the receipt of a list of the names of candidates in the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi in Wednesday's session, which will be overshadowed by safety instructions and precautionary measures for fear of the new Corona virus that hits the world.

Political sources revealed that the distribution of ministerial portfolios in the new government headed by Al-Kazemi includes 12 ministers from the Shiite community, 6 for the Sunni community, 3 for the Kurdish component, and one for the other components, the same as the equation of Adel Abdel-Mahdi’s resigned government.

In turn, the MP excluded from the "liberated cities coalition" in parliament, Talal Al-Zobaie, holding the parliament session to pass the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, likely next Saturday, if the political blocs reached an agreement between them.

Al-Zobaie said in press statements, "The differences between the political blocs are still continuing, and no agreement has been reached to date on the passage of Al-Kazemi's booth today, Wednesday."

He pointed out that the absence of a clear vision of the blocs and the lack of coordination for the distribution of ministerial portfolios, complicates the issue of voting on the upcoming government formation, stressing that "it is difficult to hold the meeting as scheduled today Wednesday, and most leaders and deputies may not attend it, and it may be held until next Saturday ".

To that, Parliament specified in its instructions to the deputies participating in the session to the necessity of organizing the seats for deputies, both men and women, to discuss that there will be empty seats and safe distances between deputies during the session, stressing the need to leave safe distances between people, wear protective masks, wear rubber paws and avoid contact Surfaces and use of sterilizers.

The number of deputies who announced their refusal to vote for the Al-Kazemi government is 81, and they are: the solution party (14 seats), the rule of law coalition (26 seats), the Turkmen deputies (8 seats), the National Coalition (22 seats), and the Salvation and Development "Iraqi Decision Alliance" ( 11 seats from 329 in Parliament).

In order for the Al-Kazemi government to obtain the confidence of Parliament, an absolute majority vote (more than 50%) of the number of members present (not the total number) is required.

And if Al-Kazemi gets the confidence, his ministry will succeed the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, who resigned in early December under the pressure of popular protests calling for his departure and holding the political class accused of corruption and wasting state funds accountable.

 

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Bader Al-Ziyadi is likely to postpone the parliament session today until the names of the candidates for the ministries are completely agreed upon

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BAGHDAD / Nina / likely MP alliance moving Badr Ziadi to postpone the meeting of the House of Representatives to be held this evening until the agreement on the names of candidates for the ministries full. "

He Ziadi told / Nina / that the political blocs are still negotiating with Prime Minister - designate Mustafa Kazemi , Due to the lack of resolution of a number of ministries, indicating that there are differences between the blocs and Al-Kazemi on the names of the candidates for the ministries of oil, interior, defense, finance, and transport.

He explained: "Every hour of negotiations brings new changes in names and ministries, and therefore nothing has been decided yet." / End 9
 
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Watan Parliamentary Bloc calls on representatives of the people in the House of Representatives to vote on honest ministers who are able to manage their ministries

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Baghdad / Nina / The Parliamentary Bloc called on representatives of the people in the House of Representatives to vote on honest ministers who are able to run their ministries

The head of the bloc, Representative Hisham Al-Suhail, said in a press statement: We call on deputies to vote on the government, distinguish between candidates for ministries and vote for those who are able to manage their ministries.

 He added: The vote should be far from favoritism, and their record should be free of suspicions of corruption, because the country's situation is not likely to delay the formation of the government.

Parliament is scheduled to hold a session today evening to vote to give confidence to the government of designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi. / End 3
 
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Free from oil and foreign affairs .. The House of Representatives officially receives the cabinet

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Head of the Rafidain Parliamentary Bloc, Deputy Yonadam Kanna, announced today, Wednesday, that members of Parliament have officially received the list of ministerial booths that are expected to be voted on today, indicating that the list has not been nominated by the foreign and oil candidates.

Kanna said in a statement to the "information", that "the Presidency of the Council of Representatives distributed today to members of the Council a list of the names of candidates for the cabinet cabinet of the Al-Kazemi government attached to the CVs of each candidate."

He added that "the list is made up of 20 candidates for ministerial portfolios, and it has been devoid of the presence of candidates from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Oil," noting that "these ministries are still under discussion because of the dialogues by replacing the blocks of ministries."

It is scheduled to hold a special session of Parliament, at nine in the evening today, Wednesday, to vote on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi. Ended in / 25 pm

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/06/472545/

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Deputy: Political dialogues about Al-Kazemi are still ongoing

 

06-05-2020 
Deputy: Political dialogues about Al-Kazemi are still ongoing
 

Today, Wednesday, member of Parliament Zahra Al-Bajari stressed the need for members of the House of Representatives to attend the voting session on the cabin of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi and not boycott her to break the quorum, considering that not passing the government booth to Al-Kazemi means another month from the caretaker government amid difficult circumstances and challenges Security, economic and health is dangerous.


Al-Bujari said in an interview with Alsumaria News, that "dialogues are still ongoing between Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the political blocs in order to resolve the names of candidates for the government booth before the parliament session to vote on it on Wednesday evening," noting that "there are significant challenges and risks faced by Iraq in several Aspects, including economic, after the drop in global and healthy oil prices through the Corona epidemic, in addition to the security threats by ISIS terrorist factions .
 
 
She Albjara, that "all the surrounding circumstances as Iraq makes us need to pass Kazmi government , which call him all political forces, because we are in a difficult time and need a government full powers to resolve many of the files , including the federal budget for the current year , which was delayed too much," tight It is "despite the existence of disagreements about Al-Kazemi's booth, but we believe that everyone will work to put the country's interest above all other interests and pass the government booth."

 

 

 

And she continued, "Not passing the government booth to Al-Kazemi means another month from the caretaker government, and we are in a very difficult circumstance, therefore everyone should attend the voting session on Al-Kazemi's booth," stressing that "breaking the quorum to prevent the passing of the ministerial booth is not true." It is an escape from facing reality and the truth, and the quorum is supposed to heal and if there are remarks about some of the candidates, they will be dropped by voting

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It is scheduled to hold the Iraqi Council of Representatives this evening, Wednesday, the sixth of May, an extraordinary session to vote on the booth of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi , amid differences between the political blocs over the names of the candidates.

 

https://www.alsumaria.tv/news/سياسة/344268/نائبة-الحوارات-السياسية-حول-الكاظمي-لا-زالت-مستمرة

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The curriculum monitoring committee confirms the superiority of Al-Kazemi’s curriculum over his predecessors .. And records a number of objections: The Construction Council is unrealistic!

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Yassin Iraq: Baghdad,
the government program monitoring committee has compared the cabinets of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi with the predecessors of Muhammad Allawi and Adnan al-Zorfi, while several points have been identified that the cabinet must include.

The committee stated in a statement, “Yes Iraq” received a copy of it, “The ministerial curriculum of Mr. Mustafa Al-Kazemi was distinguished by being more organized than the previous curricula of Mr. Allawi and Mr. Al-Zarfi, as he focused on urgent priorities to receive attention and urgent follow-up, while there were broad goals that were singled out for specific paragraphs ”

The statement pointed out that, "Nevertheless, the government curriculum of Mr. Al-Kazemi suffered a number of shortcomings that hinder Mustafa Al-Kazemi's success in achieving any of the mentioned goals, at least on the economic level. Among the most important observations are the following:

1- It was mentioned in the priorities (Paragraph 4) to prepare an exceptional budget that takes into account the drop in oil prices and takes into account the disadvantaged southern governorates and the governorates that were destroyed and the Kurdistan region. This means dealing with scarce revenues and expansionary overheads. There are no suitable tools at this time to achieve this, and Al-Kazemi does not mention how this will be achieved.

2- There is no indication of the salaries of the employees and the mechanisms through which a balance can be struck between scarce revenues, huge operating expenses, and a government deficit that may exceed 60 trillion Iraqi dinars. Note that the issue of securing employee salaries is a difficult test for Al-Kazemi’s government. Realistic mechanisms should have been made to deal with this dangerous file.

3- Within the priorities, the hot file was not mentioned between the center and the region, especially with the recent stalemate and the need for the next government to take effective steps to achieve financial settlements and adhere to agreements and understandings according to the constitution.

4- Within the third paragraph related to the economy and investment, point (1) dealt with establishing a construction council to start construction and investment programs. This step is unrealistic and does not fit the current stage, as the Iraqi economy needs exceptional (financial and economic) crisis policies (the economy needs intensive care). Thinking now does not help with broad development policies that need open financing and the government is unable to secure employee salaries for next June.

5- The point (2-3-4) all of us need three foundations for success: the first / permanent government, not temporary, the second / stable economy is not stuck and heading towards the abyss, the third / appropriate government funding and support and this is not currently available.

6- We have not seen any practical steps or visions on advancing the agricultural and industrial realities and truly supporting the private sector, in a way that can take a supporting role for the government sector.

7- There were shy signals to address poverty and unemployment, which represent the most important challenges facing the state and society.

Finally, we note that Mr. Al-Kazemi's curriculum was inappropriately focused, and it is not considered a curriculum to measure a serious economic and financial crisis. He did not mention the available tools and options, did not refer to hot files such as withdrawal from OPEC or reconsideration of licensing rounds, did not refer to the mechanisms of securing employee salaries and the exchange rate policy if prices continued to decline. The position regarding the problems with the financial and oil regions was ambiguous.

There are also other important observations are:

He forgot and forgot the topic of early elections, and no clear date has been set.
The Peshmerga file has not been decided in terms of their entitlements, the point of their association, and the mechanism of their work.
The file of the looted money has not been decided and the presentation of their files to the judiciary has
moved away from the real reality and the economic deficit has become entrenched.
The curriculum passed on the issue of corruption, the passing of generous terms in constructional terms without mentioning mechanisms, despite the priority of popular demands, which confirms that the Prime Minister’s approach avoided opening the file permanently, similar to his predecessor,
what are the mechanisms of dealing with debt and the mechanics of debt repayment
What are the criteria important border ports and file of the Ministry of Commerce to provide food vocabulary card
did not say how he can reduce the overhead and the mechanics of the provision of staff salaries
did not indicate a clear commitment to implement the decision of the House of Representatives and the judge taking out the troops only Prophetess.
He did not mention how he would deal with uncontrolled weapons and confine arms to the state’s hands, how the mechanisms and steps of
the personnel file, testimonies, contracts, and appointments did not explain these mechanisms. He
did not touch on an actual census.

 

https://yesiraq.com/لجنة-مراقبة-المنهاج-تؤكد-أفضلية-منهاج/

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Kurdish MP: Today's session will include voting on Al-Kazemi without his ministries

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suggested that the MP from the Kurdistan National Union bloc in the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, to witness the meeting of the Council today, the vote on Mustafa al-Kazemi as prime minister without his ministries.
"The session will include voting on the Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, ruling out the vote on the ministries tonight," Deputy Ali said.
He added, "The names of the candidates for the ministries have not yet officially reached the House of Representatives," noting that "the Kurdish blocs agree on the new government." Ended 29 / A 43

 

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=98973

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Deputy: Al-Kazemi's submission to Halbousi and America will bring down his government in Parliament

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Independent MP Bassem Khashan confirmed, on Wednesday, that the appointment of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi to pressure from Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi and the United States of America will bring down his government in Parliament, while indicating that the position of Nuri al-Maliki and Iyad Allawi will affect the passage of Al-Kazemi’s government within Parliament.

Khashan said in a statement / information /, said that "al - Maliki and Allawi decline and a number of members of the coalition conquest support Kazmi will affect the achievement of passing the government this evening , " pointing out that " the ministerial cabin of Kazemi has raised the ire of the Shiite blocs may retreat from its support in the coming hours . " .

He added that "Al-Kazemi's submission to Halbousi's pressure and the explicit American support for his government affected the position of the political blocs supporting", noting that "Al-Kazemi may face the fate of Adnan Al-Zorfi and Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi this evening."

On Wednesday, al-Fateh MP, Fadel Jaber, ruled out passing the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazimi during today's session.

The National Coalition announced today, Wednesday, its asylum to the opposition in the House of Representatives in the event of passing the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazemi. It ended 25 T.

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/06/472594/

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This afternoon ... a "decisive" meeting of five Shiite blocs and the Alliance of Forces to resolve the cab issue

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Member of Parliament Nada Shaker Jawdat confirmed, on Wednesday, that the political scene regarding the passage of Al-Kazimi's government seemed foggy during yesterday and today, and no one can predict the success of passing the government, while it revealed a crucial meeting that includes the state of law, victory, conquest, the Union of Forces and others. For the purpose of making the final and decisive decision.
Jawdat said in a statement to the "information", that "the political situation regarding the passage of the Al-Kazemi government or not began to change quickly, which made the political atmosphere cloudy, no one can predict what the Al-Kazemi government will go today or not, or the quorum will be completed or not."
He added that "the purity of the cloudy atmosphere of the political situation regarding the government in charge will become clear in the last two hours of the date set for the session."
She explained, "All the individual political forces have defined a final and decisive meeting for their deputies and politicians this afternoon to reach a final decision onThe ministerial cabinet, including the Alliance of Conquest and the coalition of the rule of law and victory, and perhaps others, as well as the Alliance of Forces. Ended in / 25 pm

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/06/472574/

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Iraqi parliament expected to meet quorum to vote on Iraq's PM-designate Kadhimi's cabinet: Deputy Speaker

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Mustafa al-Kadhimi, prime minister-designate. Photo: Kadhimi's official Facebook page
Mustafa al-Kadhimi, prime minister-designate. Photo: Kadhimi's official Facebook page
 
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — A senior Kurdish official in Baghdad is optimistic that Iraqi parliament will meet the mandated quorum to vote on prime minister-designate Mustafa al-Kadhimi's proposed cabinet Wednesday night. 

"It is expected that the parliament will meet quorum and Kadhimi's cabinet will be voted on," Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament Bashir Haddad told Rudaw TV just hours before the scheduled vote.

Iraqi parliament speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi called on MPs on Monday night to head to Baghdad for an emergency session to decide on Kadhimi’s proposed cabinet at 9 pm on Wednesday. 

Haddad does not expect the entire list to be approved, but says that Kadhimi can still be given a vote of confidence if just over half his list passes. 

"It is not necessary for the entire cabinet to be approved. We have received the names of 20 ministers. Even if we are able to approve 12 to 13, it is constitutional. The cabinet can pass if more than half of the ministers are approved," added Haddad, who noted that they are yet to receive the names for the foreign and oil minister positions.

Kadhimi's proposed cabinet includes 12 ministers from the Shiite parties, six from the Sunnis and three from the Kurds, and one from a minority group, according to Dana Katib, a Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) member of parliament in Baghdad. 

"The Christians are likely to receive a ministry dedicated to the minorities," Katib told Rudaw English on Wednesday.

Kurdish leadership has already unanimously thrown their support behind Kadhimi, with the deputy speaker calling it “unwavering.”

Haddad says it remains unclear as to which ministerial posts Kurds will receive.

The Kurds, predominantly represented by the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), have held three ministries in the outgoing Abdul-Mahdi's government, including the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Construction, Housing, Municipalities, and Public Works, and the Ministry of Finance.

Session to be delayed?

Fatih Alliance MP, Mohammed Baldawi, is less optimistic that tonight’s session will be held, claiming that "no final agreement has been reached between the political parties to give confidence or refrain from voting on Kadhimi's proposed cabinet," earlier on Wednesday at a press conference.

"Therefore, I expect that today's session to vote for Mustafa Kadhimi's cabinet will be postponed to tomorrow," he added.

A member of Iraq's largest parliamentary coalition, Sairoon, has already cast serious doubt over Kadhimi's ability to form the country's next cabinet. 

Appointed as PM-designate by Iraqi President Barham Salih early last month, former intelligence chief Kadhimi's 30-day deadline to compose and present a cabinet to Iraqi parliament will expire on May 9. He needs more than 165 MP votes for his cabinet to be passed.

Having already announced their rejection of Kadhimi's cabinet, some Shiite political coalitions - including former Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's State of Law coalition  and former Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi's al-Wataniyah coalition - have decided to boycott the parliament session in which Kadhimi will present his cabinet for approval.

With Kadhimi's deadline fast approaching, Iraqi parliament speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi on Monday night called on MPs to head to Baghdad for an emergency session at 9 pm on Wednesday.  

The PM-designate has already suffered one rejection of a proposed cabinet, with a list of candidates rejected by a majority of parliament's Shiite coalitions last month. However, Shiite political parties granted Kadhimi another chance to put a cabinet together. 

Failure to pass a cabinet will prolong Iraq's lack of a fully-functioning government, initiated when mass protests forced then-Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi to resign in December after just a year in office. Shiite political parties have since wrangled over who should replace him and form the next Iraqi cabinet.

His appointment initially looked more promising than that of his two PM-designate predecessors – former communications minister Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, then three-term Najaf governor and Nasr parliamentary bloc leader Adnan al-Zurfi – both of whom failed to get a selected cabinet approved.
 
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Tomorrow the Parliament of the Region votes to lift the immunity of 4 members

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Tomorrow the Parliament of the Region votes to lift the immunity of 4 members
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Kurdistan Regional Parliament will hold a session tomorrow, Thursday, at one in the afternoon, to vote to lift the immunity of four of its members.

The agenda of the session in the first paragraph included a vote to lift the immunity of the members (Umed Abdel Rahman Hassan, Ali Hama Saleh, Sherine Amin Abdel Ghaffour and Soran Omar Saeed).
The agenda was signed by the two deputies, Speaker of Parliament Hemin Hawrami and Mona Kahwaji, but Parliament Speaker Rewas Faek did not sign the agenda, objecting to it.
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The session will be held considering that the agenda bears the signature of two members of the Presidency.
The Parliament of the region had held a session earlier in the day that witnessed Hosting the Minister of Higher Education and scientific research, and the Minister of Education discussed the two ministries plan "on how to deal with the epidemic Corona and its impact on the education process for the current year" .anthy
Ammar al - Masoudi

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Our reporter: The number of people present in parliament has exceeded 200

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More than 200 deputies attended the Chamber of Deputies, on Wednesday.

The Information Agency correspondent said that the number of deputies present in the Chamber of Representatives exceeded 200 deputies, in preparation for a vote to give the Al-Kazemi government confidence.

He added that, the Alliance of Walkers attended all his deputies as well as attended the stream of wisdom and victory and the Kurdish parties. It ended 25 T.

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/06/472687/

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Our correspondent: Allied deputies hold a meeting before they enter the parliament session

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On Wednesday, members of the Alliance Alliance held a meeting before they entered the Constitutional Hall of the Parliament to give the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi confidence.

The correspondent of the "Information Agency" said, "The members of the Alliance held a meeting to discuss their political position before entering the constitutional hall of the House of Representatives."

He added that "the first vice-president of the Hassan al-Kaabi Council arrived at the parliament building." Ends 25

 

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Our correspondent: The political blocs agree to postpone the vote on the oil and foreign ministries

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The political blocs agreed, on Wednesday, to postpone the vote on the oil and foreign ministries within the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa al-Kazimi,

The correspondent of the "Information Agency" said that the political blocs agreed to postpone the ministries of oil and foreign affairs because there was no political agreement on them.

He added that the Ministry of Oil will be postponed until a person is chosen from Basra Governorate. It ended 25 T.

 

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/05/06/472691/

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Deputy: Al-Kazemi’s government will pass by 100%, and postponing the session for an hour was due to “minor differences”

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The representative of the al-Hikma stream said that there is an eagerness for everyone to attend the session of granting confidence to the government of Mustafa al-Kazemi, noting that the reasons for postponing the session for an hour is due to the unification of views.

Khallati said in press statements to the official channel, "Iraq" and his follower "Yassin Iraq", that "the opposing blocs intersect in views on certain names of some ministries and not on the person of Al-Kazemi", indicating that the postponement of the session for an hour came to make room for representatives to reach the largest number It is possible from the quorum to acquire the final cabinet after the changes to the full confidence of the votes of the deputies from all the blocs.

Khallati pointed out that "the presence of deputies is now approaching 200 deputies, and there is great eagerness to attend all the blocs in order to make the important meeting succeed today."

 

https://yesiraq.com/نائب-حكومة-الكاظمي-ستمر-100،،-وإرجاء-الج/

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Confidence session .. Al-Halbousi meets with leaders of political blocs and 260 deputies enter the hall

 

 06/05/2020

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News,
Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Halbousi held a meeting with the leaders of political blocs on Wednesday.
A parliamentary source said in an interview with / Mawazine News that "Al-Halbousi held a meeting with the leaders of the political blocs in preparation for holding a session of granting confidence."
He added, "The number of deputies who entered the Hall of Giving Confidence reaches up to 260," noting that "Representatives of the rule of law did not enter the hall." Ended 29 / h

 

 

| 10:07 - 06/05/2020 image FacebookViberWhatsAppEmail Baghdad - Mawazine News, Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Halbousi held a meeting with the leaders of political blocs on Wednesday. A parliamentary source said in an interview with / Mawazine News that "Al-Halbousi held a meeting with the leaders of the political blocs in preparation for holding a session of granting confidence." He added, "The number of deputies who entered the Hall of Giving Confidence reaches up to 260," noting that "Representatives of the rule of law did not enter the hall." Ended 29 / h

| 10:07 - 06/05/2020 image FacebookViberWhatsAppEmail Baghdad - Mawazine News, Prime Minister Muhammad Al-Halbousi held a meeting with the leaders of political blocs on Wednesday. A parliamentary source said in an interview with / Mawazine News that "Al-Halbousi held a meeting with the leaders of the political blocs in preparation for holding a session of granting confidence." He added, "The number of deputies who entered the Hall of Giving Confidence reaches up to 260," noting that "Representatives of the rule of law did not enter the hall." Ended 29 / h

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