Iraqi Parliament Committee for Reconciliation and Parliamentary Accountability Chief Hisham al-Suhail revealed on Sunday that his committee was unable to pass any new laws or bill for over a week.
In a press statement, Suhail accused Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri of cooperating with Iranian Militias in Iraq and Syria (IMIS) to obstruct his committee's work.
He further added that Jabouri assigned an IMIS member from the committee to inspect and accompany his affiliate militias in Mosul.
Suhail noted that in order legally pass any bills there must be at least five members of the committee present.
"Jabouri and IMIS are deliberately obstructing the committee's work," Suhail said.
As the IMIS' obstruction continues, the committee is currently forced to delay important bills, according to Suhail.