An official statement: Hafiz rounded announce the date of the parliamentary session to the next Sunday
An official statement: Hafiz rounded announce the date of the parliamentary session to the next Sunday, after consultation with the heads of blocs
July 8, 2014 14:01
[Baghdad – where]
The President of the House of Representatives Age Mehdi al-Hafez determine which falls on Sunday, the thirteenth of July as the date for the convening of the parliament session, rather than the previous deadline set by the 12 of August next, and who objected to it most of the political blocs.
Al-Haafiz said in a statement addressed to the House of Representatives received by all of Iraq [where] a copy “in the public interest and commitment contexts constitutional and preserve to continue to build democracy and after consulting again with the heads of blocs in parliament, we decided to change the date of our call prior to the parliament to convene on Sunday, 13 of July of this. ”
Hafiz called “parliamentary blocs in this period to approve the nominations necessary in order to start the parliamentary session and the formation of the government, because it displays the delay in Iraq’s security and its democratic risk and increases the suffering of the Iraqi people and to encroach upon the rights of voters.”
He also called on “all politicians to bear their responsibilities and national overcome their differences in order to fight terrorism and restore Iraq’s democratic process and speed up the formation of the government to meet the challenges facing Iraq.”
It was Hafiz had decided yesterday to postpone, a parliament session scheduled on Tuesday 12 of August next after the Eid al-Fitr, the index to the lack of agreement of the political blocs to resolve their candidates for the three presidencies, but many of the political blocs and the UN mission objected to the postponement.
Embroiled in the political blocs intensive meetings, especially after the first session of the new parliament last week which failed to nominate candidates for the powers of the three presidencies, hoping to lead ongoing dialogues to resolve the candidates soon. Ended.