Resignation of ministers related to al-Halbousi in the Iraqi government – rahnam

According to the report of the rahnam International News Agency, quoted by Middle East News, the Tadegh party headed by Mohammad Al-Halbousi, the former speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, reacted in a statement to the verdict of the Iraqi Federal Court to revoke his membership in the Iraqi Parliament.

The party’s statement said that it had adhered to all political agreements, but was surprised by the federal court’s ruling, which considered it a clear violation of the constitution and political targeting.

The leaders and representatives of this party held a meeting after issuing this verdict and decided to boycott the meetings of the government administration coalition in Iraq.

The leaders of Tohadad Party decided to resign their representatives in the federal government, including Muhammad Ali Tamim, Minister of Planning, Khaled Batal Al-Najm, Minister of Industry and Mines, Ahmad Fakak Al-Badarani, Minister of Culture and Antiquities, and the resignation of all party representatives in the Presidency of the Parliament and the representatives of the presidents. They got commissions.

According to the decision of the Toad party, the representatives of this party in the parliament will boycott all the meetings of the parliament.

Today, the Iraqi Federal Court revoked the representation of “Mohammed Al-Halbusi”, the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament.

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