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QUOTE: Iraq’s New Parliament to Convene and Start Choosing Key Leaders

By Matt Bradley,  July 1, 2014

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: “A lot is riding on tomorrow,” said Zaid al Ali, a constitutional expert and author of the recently published book “The Struggle for Iraq’s Future.” “If they can’t come up with a speaker tomorrow, that means they will have already violated the constitution and the constitutional timetable will start slipping.”

The assembly must choose a president within 30 days of electing a speaker of parliament. Within 15 days of the president’s selection, parliament’s largest bloc must then nominate a new prime minister.

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One comment on “QUOTE: Iraq’s New Parliament to Convene and Start Choosing Key Leaders”

  • Yuu says:

    an interesting osvtrbaeion. but the etymology and the evolution of the word “lose” doesn’t seem much convincing, it has to be social from the beginning, or in a philosophical language,the sociality of win/lose constructs the extension of passion from its partiality to a diversity of feelings which is definitely more than economical

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