Iraq - The vote on the eight remaining cabinet positions has been delayed until Thursday after the loss of quorum in the Iraqi Council of Representatives. Tuesday's session was marred by boycotts and a scuffle between MPs.
On Thursday, the four Kurdish opposition parties met to discuss the upcoming Kurdish elections set to be held in September. Leaders from Gorran, the Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU), the Kurdistan Islamic Group (KIG), and the Coalition for Democracy and Justice (CDJ) discussed the importance of holding a clean election.
On Monday, May 28th the Iraqi Council of Representatives held a session to discuss the May election results. The non-binding resolution that resulted, called for the rejection of Iraqi expat voters and IDPs and a manual recount in Kirkuk.
Six Kurdish Parties including Gorran, the Kurdistan Islamic Union (KIU), and Coalition for Democracy and Justice (CDJ), reject the results for the Iraqi Parliamentary elections over accusations of 'fraud'.