كوردى العربية
HyperLink
Kurdish Union Party insists on Interior Ministry's post                      Corruption dossier against Industry Minister disappears                      Iraqi elections to be conducted in 11 Iranian cities, ambassador                      Saudi Arabia refuses prisoners' exchange, ministry                      10 persons killed, 6+ wounded south Kirkuk                     
Governorate News Weather status Search Login
Aswat Al Iraq /  Baghdad ,  Civil Society
State of Law, White al-Iraqiya withdraw from Parliament session in protest to non-voting against Elections Commission
7/28/2011 11:29 AM

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The State of Law Coalition, led by Iraq’s Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki and the White al-Iraqiya Alliance, led by Legislature, Hassan Allawi, have withdrawn from the Parliament’s session on Thursday, in protest to its non-voting to withdraw trust from the Elections Commission.

 

“The State of Law Coalition and the White al-Iraqiya Alliance have withdrawn from the Parliament’s session today (Thursday), in protest against non-voting to withdraw trust from the Elections Commission,” a Parliament source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, adding that both blocs would hold a news conference to explain their decision.

 

The High Independent Elections Commission was charged with corruption during the last nationwide elections that took place in Iraq in March, 2010. 

 

SKH (PT)

 



Number of Reads: 1289
Print version  

Bookmark and Share


 


   
  Copyright © 2010 Aswat Al Iraq Developed by: SoftMax