Today’s Parliament Session Did Not Take Place

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Today's Parliament Session Did Not Take Place

Today’s parliamentary session did not take place.

Today’s session of the Islamic Consultative Assembly did not take place due to the lack of a quorum of representatives.

Falahi, a representative from Hamedan in the parliament, told Tasnim in a conversation about the failure to hold today’s public session that some representatives were probably involved in the second round of elections in their constituencies, and their absence may be somewhat justified.

He added that it was expected that other colleagues would act more responsibly and come to Tehran to form the parliament. It is our duty and the right of the people to hold parliamentary sessions until the last day of its activity, even if we are not successful in returning to the parliament.

This parliamentarian, who himself is considered one of the survivors of the Twelfth Parliament, commented on the Speaker’s reaction to the significant absence of representatives in today’s session, saying that Mr. Qalibaf announced that the names of absent representatives will be published tomorrow. However, there was also an attempt to have discussions among the representatives, which did not result in any decision. Finally, it was agreed that if tomorrow’s public session does not take place, the present representatives will be informed.

Tasnim has also reported that apparently this morning a large number of representatives who have not voted for the next term or have been sent for the second term of the elections did not attend the public session in the parliament.


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