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Turbulence House of Commons: Bercow will fight to stop Johnson closing parliament
The House of Commons is suffering a new wave of turbulence. Boris Johnson has said he wants to leave the EU with a deal, but the UK must leave, "do or die", by the latest Brexit deadline.
Iranian parliamentarians to attend int’l forum in Moscow
Iran’s parliamentary delegation departed for Russian capital on Sunday to attend the International Forum on Development of Parliamentarism.
Georgia parliament head quits after 240 injured in crackdown
The head of Georgia's parliament has quit Friday after more than 240 people were injured in a police crackdown on mass protests, which erupted over an address to lawmakers by a Russian MP.
Hong Kong police use tear gas as protesters try to storm parliament
Violent clashes broke out in Hong Kong on Wednesday as police tried to stop protesters storming the city's parliament, while tens of thousands of people blocked key arteries in a show of strength against government plans to allow extraditions to China.
Nechirvan Barzani was sworn in as new president of Iraq’s Kurdistan region
The parliament of Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region has sworn in Nechirvan Barzani, the prime minister of the region, as its president, in an attempt to complete the formation of the cabinet of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).
UK may sideline parliament to deliver on Brexit: PM candidate
A senior British Conservative lawmaker who has a high chance of winning a race to become next prime minister in the country says the government may be forced to suspend parliament to deliver on a mission to withdraw from the European Union at the end of October.
Nationalists surge in EU Parliament, but pro-EU parties remain dominant
Pro-European parties kept a firm grip on the EU parliament on Monday as liberal and green parties matched a surge by eurosceptic parties, who won control of a quarter of seats in European elections for the first time.
Spanish parliament suspends jailed Catalan lawmakers
Spain’s lower house of parliament on Friday suspended four jailed separatist lawmakers who are on trial over their role in Catalonia’s failed independence bid in 2017.
Parliament gives citizenship right to children born to Iranian mothers
Iran’s Parliament overwhelmingly passed a bill on Sunday to grant citizenship right to children born to an Iranian mother and foreign father.
Irish parliament declares climate emergency
Ireland’s parliament has become the second after Britain’s to declare a climate emergency, a decision hailed by the Swedish teenage environmental campaigner Greta Thunberg as ‘great news’.
UK has to fight EU parliament elections despite Brexit talks: Government
A senior minister of the British government has said that the country has no option but to hold the European Parliament elections as talks with the opposition on reaching a deal to withdraw from the European Union would not reach a conclusion before end of this month.
Iran’s Parliament designates CENTCOM as terrorist organization
The Iranian Parliament overwhelmingly passed a law, which designates American forces in West Asia – known as the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) – as a terrorist organization in a countermeasure against the US blacklisting of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
EU Parliament backs environment and climate action funding
The European Parliament vote on funding for the environment and climate action will help protect the environment and mitigate climate change, supporting a clean energy transition with increased energy efficiency and a higher share of renewables in the energy mix.

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