Iraq’s new parliament meets interestingly since races
Iraq’s recently chosen Parliament held its first meeting in the capital Baghdad on Sunday, Anadolu reports.
Parliament is because of choosing a speaker and two appointees during Sunday’s gathering. Legislators will later choose another president who will request that the biggest alliance structure the public authority.
The meeting was led by MP Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, 74, the most established individual from parliament, the state news organization INA detailed.
Sunday’s meeting came very nearly three months after the October 10 parliamentary decisions, in which Shia minister Muqtada al-Sadr’s coalition started things out with 73 seats in the 329-part parliament.