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 Parliament: Abadi, will not attend the Saturday session and there is no clause to vote on new cabinet

BAGHDAD / ... affirmed the decision of Parliament Imad Youkhana, Wednesday, that the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi did not ask to attend the parliament session on Saturday, and denied the existence of a paragraph vote on the new ministers in the agenda of the meeting.

He said Youkhana's "Eye of Iraq News , " " The prime minister Haider al - Abadi attendance did not ask to the parliament session on Saturday , " he said , adding that " the meeting will attend the UN Secretary - General Ban Ki - moon as well as the International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde."

He explained that the decision of the parliament "agenda of the meeting does not include a paragraph vote on the new cabinet , " noting that "some MPs statements in this regard are just personal speculation."

And MP for the Federation of Iraqi forces Abdel Azim and Healing, on Tuesday, having a majority in the House of Representatives to support the formation of a government of technocrats headed by Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, while explained that combines goodwill told Abadi does not need to engage with the political blocs to get parliamentary support for a vote on the new ministers, pointed out that the parliament awaiting the coming of the Abadi candidates in the parliamentary session on Saturday.

And gave Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, Wednesday (March 16, 2016), a whole week of parliamentary blocs to submit their nominations to fill the ministerial posts, while noting the continued commitment Bslmah demonstrate and to cooperate with the security forces charged with protecting the demonstrators