An unprecedented session to vote on the Al-Kazemi government today

An unprecedented session to vote on the Al-Kazemi government today

05/06/2020 10:20:47

An unprecedented session to vote on the Al-Kazemi government today{Baghdad: Al Furat News} This evening, the parliament will hold an extraordinary session to vote on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
With gags and gloves, Parliament is preparing to vote on the booth at the session that will be held at exactly nine o’clock in the evening, Baghdad time, and it is expected that more than 200 deputies who were stranded outside Baghdad, including them, arrived the day before yesterday with private aircraft.
Preparations for this session differ from all previous parliamentary sessions, whether in terms of legislative sessions that witness legislation, interrogation of ministers, or discussion of major issues in the country, and confidence-giving sessions for previous governments.
The Corona pandemic disrupted more than two months ago the Parliament’s sessions; the most recent of which was the session to give confidence to the government of the former Commissioner, Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, whose quorum was broken.
The procedures for the pandemic dominate tonight’s session, and the major parliament halls in the Palace of Congresses have been prepared for them, and the chairs and tables are arranged to leave a sufficient distance between each deputy and the other, in addition to obliging the deputies to undergo strict examination procedures and wearing masks and gloves.
The General Secretariat of the House of Representatives directed the members of the Council who will attend the voting session for the Al-Kazemi government today, following the instructions to prevent the virus.
In an official letter, the Secretariat recommended that the deputies attend the Great Hall of the Council, and abide by the instructions of the Council employees who will determine the place of sitting, and stressed the need for members of the Council to leave spaces between their seats.
She pointed out that “some seats should be left blank between deputies, leaving safe distances between people, as well as wearing masks, wearing rubber gloves, and avoiding contact with surfaces and using sterilizers.
Ammar Al-Masoudi ended

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