A deputy reveals the number of ministries expected to be settled tomorrow with a vote on the Al-Kazemi government

A deputy reveals the number of ministries expected to be settled tomorrow with a vote on the Al-Kazemi government

05/05/2020 16:36

A deputy reveals the number of ministries expected to be settled tomorrow with a vote on the Al-Kazemi governmentBaghdad today – Baghdad

Member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee MP Abdel Khaleq Al-Azzawi revealed on Tuesday (5 May 2020) the number of ministries in the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi expected to be settled at the parliament session scheduled for Wednesday evening.

Al-Azzawi said in an interview with (Baghdad Today), “The members of the House of Representatives received an invitation to hold an official session at nine in the evening tomorrow, Wednesday, to vote on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi.”

He added, “Most of the political forces are dependent on the passage of the Al-Kazemi government,” expecting that “the vote on 14 ministries will be resolved in tomorrow’s session, while the remaining eight will remain the subject of discussion between the political forces and the prime minister-designate.”

Al-Azzawi pointed out that “today will witness very intense meetings regarding the file of forming a government between the main powers and the prime minister-designate, and there may be solutions to some differences of views, but in conclusion the meetings will be decisive in preparation for tomorrow’s session.”

Earlier in the day, the deputy of the “Iraqi Forces Alliance”, Intisar Al-Jubouri, confirmed that the cabinet cabinet of the Prime Minister-designate, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, had not reached the Iraqi parliament, despite the announcement of tomorrow, Wednesday, a date for the voting session.

Al-Jubouri said in an interview with (Baghdad Today) that “until the hour, the ministerial cabinet did not reach us, for the purpose of reviewing it and studying the CVs of the ministerial portfolios, despite the approach of the voting session to give it confidence.”

She added: “We expect that it will be presented to the representatives formally, during the voting session, as happened with the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, when it is finally agreed upon, among the leaders of the political blocs, it will be presented to the representatives, to vote on it.”

The House of Representatives has set tomorrow, Wednesday, the date to hold a session of granting confidence to the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

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