Courtesy of Red Lily with commentary : Looks like Iraq has pretty much made up their mind to sit on their haunches until the next election and try to form a majority government of some kind in order to get any laws passed. Just like our senate and house, they need to have a majority in their government as well in order to get anything done. Right now they are deadlocked.
"Hassan Ozmn calls for the passage of laws that affect the lives of citizens and the political process/GAZETTE! Agencies - called a member of the Turkmen Front MP for the coalition in Iraq good Ozmn, the House of Representatives to invest the remainder of the age of the current parliamentary session, to pass laws that affect the lives of citizens and the political process."
"In the absence of a national meeting, the political differences would deport to the next parliamentary session, and maybe take half her life to solve, pointing out that the government's majority political difficult application now, because House of Representatives election taking place in the third month of the year ( 2014), and preceded by a campaign that may be more than two months, and therefore do not have time to negotiate the formation. "
"If political blocs will be able to hold national meeting, the political crisis will leave for the next parliamentary session and will take half her life and the life of the government that is formed, because the political map will change completely in the present." http://alrayy.com/65826.htm