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51 deputies apply for an emergency parliamentary session

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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:03 pm

51 deputies apply for an emergency parliamentary session

51 deputies apply for an emergency parliamentary session Parl

Twilight News

6 hours ago

"Twilight" News / Progress coalition, "Saroon" a formal request to the President of the age in the Iraqi parliament to prepare an emergency session related to the crisis in Basra.

A statement from the coalition said the request was signed by 51 deputies to hold the session within a maximum of Sunday.

The head of the old Mohamed Zinni lift the first session of parliament to the 15 of this month to the failure of parliamentary blocs to choose a president of parliament and agree on the largest bloc entrusted with the task of forming a government.

Sadr's leader in Iraq, Moqtada al-Sadr, called on Thursday for an angry and united demonstration in the southern city of Basra, which has been under constant protests against the government for lack of services, mainly drinking water.

Sadr also called on the new parliament to convene immediately to discuss the events in Basra in the presence of Prime Minister Haider Abadi and ministers of his government.

"If we do not convene the parliament session we will have a decisive position that does not come to mind," Sadr said, calling on political parties, armed militias and the popular crowd in Basra not to interfere in the province crisis.

The province witnessed an escalating tension this evening that began with protesters burning government and partisan offices, accompanied by clashes with security forces that killed one person and wounded 35, including security personnel.

The security authorities imposed a curfew, which began this evening to another notice.


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