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Abd al-Mahdi says will submit resignation to parl't

2019/11/29 | 16:20

(Iraq Now News)-

Prime

Minister Adil Abd al-Mahdi on Friday said he would submit an official letter to

the House of Representatives requesting his resignation.Abd

al-Mahdi said he listened very carefully to the speech of the Supreme Religious

Marja on Friday urging the parliament to convene an urgent meeting to withdraw

confidence from the parliament.He

referred to the clear "deficit" of the relevant authorities to deal

with the updates in the past two months in a way that ends the bloodshed and

save rights."In

response to this call and to facilitate and accelerate its implementation as

soon as possible, I will submit to the Council of Representatives the official

letter requesting the resignation of the current government so that the Council

can reconsider its options."

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