Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Government-Parliament tensions result of French elections
Abolqassem Delfi, Former Iranian ambassador to France
Iraqi parliament speaker accepts Sadr bloc’s resignation
Iraq’s Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi accepted mass resignation of lawmakers faithful to influential Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.
Iraqi MPs loyal to Sadr resign en masse to break political deadlock
Lawmakers loyal to Muqtada al-Sadr resigned from parliament in order to break a political deadlock as the country has failed to form a new government nearly eight months after parliamentary elections.
Hezbollah’s first step for parliamentary authority
Majid Safataj, Expert in Middle East affairs
EU lawmakers compromise on carbon market overhaul
European Union lawmakers have reached initial agreements on reforms to the EU carbon market, as they prepare to negotiate an overhaul of the 27-country bloc's core policy for reducing planet-warming emissions.
Pakistan's new ruling alliance takes control of parliament with new speaker
Pakistan's new ruling alliance took control of the lower house of parliament on Saturday with the election of a new speaker, cementing control of the assembly after former premier Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence vote.
Libya parliament backs new government as crisis deepens
Libya's parliament approved a new government on Tuesday but the incumbent prime minister rejected the vote and vowed not to cede power, raising the risk of fighting among armed factions or territorial partition between rival administrations.
Iraq parliament fails to elect new president
Iraq's parliament on Monday indefinitely postponed the scheduled election of the national president, an official said, after only 58 of the 329 lawmakers showed up.
Iraq’s Sadrist bloc puts vote for president in doubt
The largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament, led by powerful cleric Moqtada Sadr, announced Saturday boycott of a session called next week to elect the country's president.
Portugal heads to polls in tight election; far-right eyes big gains
Portugal voted Sunday in a tight election, with no party expected to garner a majority in parliament in a fragmented political landscape that could see the far right make huge gains.
Iran’s Parliament passes outlines of budget bill for next fiscal year
Iranian lawmakers approved the generalities of the administration’s proposed budget bill for the next Iranian fiscal year (to begin on March 21, 2022).
Parliament speaker: Afghan ‘puppet government’ to blame for current crisis
Speaker of the Iranian Parliament Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf blamed the crisis in Afghanistan on the former “puppet government” of Kabul, saying the Afghan politicians made the strategic mistake of relying on the US for development and security.
Iran approves massive housing scheme put forward by Parliament
Iran’s Constitutional Council, a body tasked with finalizing Parliament legislation, approved a massive housing scheme which seeks to build six million homes for the underprivileged population in the country.

Page Generated in 0/8191 sec