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Ikby deputies were not taken to Parliament

The deputies affiliated with the Iraqi Kurdish regional administration were not taken to Parliament in Baghdad. The President of the Iraqi Parliament, to be judged by the deputies voting in the referendum...

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Ikby deputies were not taken to Parliament
The Ikby deputies were not taken to Parliament entry date: 4.10.2017 Iraqi Kurdish regional administration Vekill Er was not taken to Parliament in Baghdad. Iraqi parliament speaker has demanded abolition of ir immunity to prosecution of deputies voting in referendum, Iraqi Kurdish Regional administration (IKBY) took unilateral After independence referendum on September 25th, central Baghdad administration made an important decision yesterday. The Iraqi Parliament announced that it would forward names of Ikby MPs who voted in referendum to Federal court. The names are to be sent in order to process rights specified. The Iraqi parliament yesterday also did not allow Ikby MPs to participate in session. Financial Jobs stopped Iraqi parliament speaker Selim al-Cuburi and Shiite national coalition, Kurdish parliamentarians who voted in referendum, demanded abolition of ir immunity. Cuburi said y would respect decision of Federal court on Kurdish lawmakers. The Iraqi Assembly also adopted draft law on "central government to stop all financial transactions with Ikby", prepared by Finance Committee, in a majority of votes. Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Heydar al-Ibadi warned Ikby to not be a military mass of Kirkuk, saying, "This is a dangerous situation." Election decision The parliament and presidential elections in Ikby were decided on November 1st. Massoud Barzani is currently running presidential mission, so far only one person has been nominated. Barzani explained that he would not be nominated before.


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