Today's session was not attended by 220 MPs as related by wire reports. The yeas were 149, and the nays 35 (Sadrists, former Fadhila chairman Nadim al-Jabiri, and four Sunni MPs: Usama al-Nujeifi, Mohammad al-Da'ini, Hussein al-Fallouji, and Wathab Shakir al-Duleimi.)
About 15 MPs from Fadhila refused to enter the chamber.
The heads of the Sunni blocs (Khalaf Al-Alayan is in Beirut) voted for the agreement, claiming that they managed to get a major concession on the referendum (which, oddly enough, I support.)
So there were only 199 MPs in the parliament building today; where were the other 76?