Iraqi lawmakers: Parliament speaker should quit

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June 10, 2007 21:30

 
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Iraqi legislators called on the controversial parliamentary speaker to step down after an argument broke out between him and a lawmaker - an incident they apparently took to be the last straw. The argument, which took place outside the chamber, dominated a previously scheduled session of the 275-member parliament that followed. The Sunni Arab speaker, Mahmoud al-Mashhadani, did not attend the closed session, which was chaired by his deputy, Khaled al-Attiyah, a Shi'ite, according to lawmakers who attended the deliberations but spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the subject.

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