Al-Halbousi: We expect the government to pass today despite the difficulties and objections that exist on some of the names
Parliament Speaker Muhammad Al-Halbousi expected today, Wednesday, a vote on the government of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
Al-Halbousi said in a televised interview, “The vote on the ministers today will be individually.”
He continued, “We expect the government to pass today despite the difficulties and objections that exist on some of the names,” noting that “some ministries have not been resolved yet.”
“There is no variable for the cab that was provided this morning, but not all ministers may pass today,” he said.
And that “Al-Kazemi presented a list of 20 ministers and two ministries that will be submitted at a later time due to a discussion about them.”
He pointed out that “the prime minister-designate faces real economic and security challenges.”
Earlier, the MP announced the “Saeron” coalition, Amjad Al-Aqabi, on Wednesday (06 May 2020), the arrival of the ministerial cabinet of Prime Minister-designate Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to the House of Representatives.
Al-Aqabi said in an interview with (Baghdad Today), “The list of ministers of the new cabinet of the commissioner, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, has reached the parliament, lacking my name and the foreign and oil ministers, because they were not resolved during the negotiations.”
Al-Okabi said, “The cab was not passed in all its names, and names fell by a vote on it,” while he affirmed that the session “will take place as scheduled, at nine in the evening.”
The new government should not have a quorum. Source