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Iraq parliament staff resume work after weeks-long hiatus
Staff at Iraq's parliament returned to work Sunday for the first time since Shia cleric Muqtada Sadr's supporters stormed the legislature in late July, an assembly official said.
Montenegro's Parliament passes no-confidence motion on cabinet
Montenegro's Parliament passed a no-confidence motion on the cabinet of Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic on Saturday, proposed by 36 deputies to protest the signing of a long-disputed deal regulating ties with the powerful Serbian Orthodox Church.
Iraq’s Nujaba: Call for Parl. dissolution has no legal basis
Iraq’s political spectrum has been the scene of unprecedented developments over the past weeks with supporters of prominent Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr taking over Parliament and demanding the legislative chamber be dissolved. Sadr has called for early elections and changes to the Constitution after withdrawing his lawmakers from Parliament in June. He says if the country’s judiciary rejects the demands, “the revolutionaries will take another stance".
Sadr followers hold mass prayer outside parliament in show of support
Thousands of followers of Muqtada al-Sadr held a mass prayer outside parliament in Baghdad on Friday in a show of support for the Shia cleric who has called for Iraq’s judiciary to dissolve parliament by the end of next week.
Iraqi politician Hakim calls on political parties to engage in dialogue
A senior Iraqi Shia cleric called for political dialogue between the Arab country’s rival factions, as supporters of cleric Moqtada al-Sadr continue an open-ended occupation of the parliament amid a deepening political standoff over the formation of a new government.
Sadr’s supporters storm Iraq’s parliament for second time in a week
Supporters of Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr penetrated Baghdad's heavily fortified "Green Zone" and occupied parliament on Saturday in a deepening political crisis.
Libyan protesters storm parliament building in Tobruk
Protesters stormed Libya's parliament building in the eastern city of Tobruk on Friday, demonstrating against deteriorating living conditions and political deadlock, Libyan media reported.
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.

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