" The Dinar Daily " ...... Monday, 4 February, 2013
MP: There is no constitutional justification prevents the limiting the mandates of the three presidencies.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Iraqiya coalition, the rapporteur of the parliament, Mohammed al-Khalidi said there is no justification in the Constitution prevents the democratic legislation laws such as the law of defining the mandates of the three presidencies.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today 4, Feb: "The law was passed by 170 MPs, which represents parliamentary and popular will, because the will of the House of Representatives comes through the will of the people, therefore it is irreversible for this law."
About the potential rejection of the Federal Court to the law, Khalidi said: "The Federal Court is free to decide, but we assure to everyone that the law represents the desire of most of the political forces."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced that the law of defining the mandates of the three presidencies would not be passed through the Federal Court.
Maliki gives full power to the committee formed to meet the demands of the demonstrators.
Najaf / NINA / The MP, of the state of law coalition, Sadiq al-Labban said that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki gave full powers to the committee formed to meet the demands of the demonstrators to implement legitimate requests and he will not interfere in the work of that Committee, but only positive intervention."
He said in a statement to the reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today 4, Feb that "the implementation of the demands of the demonstrators would not be blink of an eye but through government mechanisms need time to be implemented," stressing that "all legitimate demand would be implemented by the government or by the committee."
He added "Who claims that the government procrastinates or delays is / ignorant / or ignores the nature of the work of the government and its institutions."
Iraqiya MP rules out vote on 2013 budget.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Iraqiya coalition, Mudhher al-Janabi ruled out vote on the federal budget for 2013 at the meeting of the House of Representatives tomorrow.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today 4, Feb that "The 2013 budget requires amendments and debates as we got from the Parliamentary Finance Committee," adding that "the delay in the budget was due to lack of tabulation for the public funds properly and they were some objections and it was returned to government again and it has been returned to the Finance Committee to discuss the amendments made. "
He demanded an increase in the "emergency allocations such as floods and environmental disasters within the federal budget of 2013 in anticipation to any emergency."
He stressed that "there was no vote on the budget at the meeting tomorrow," likely "to vote on the law of the Federal Court if there is a sufficient number for a vote."
It is scheduled that the meeting of the Council of Representatives will witness tomorrow vote on the federal financial budget and the Federal Court.
MP: citizen bloc will vote on the budget tomorrow.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the / Citizen / bloc, Abdul-Hussein Abtan, said his bloc will vote tomorrow on the federal budget law for the current year.
Abtan said in a press statement: "The discussions on the budget have completed and the Finance Committee had taken most observations of Representatives and the Committees." Adding that increasing the salaries of retirees and students' grants as well as the ration card were added."
He added: "There are sectors, including education, health and agriculture did not get the required allocations, but the budget delayed, and the Government's vision cannot be changed, so we will vote on the budget tomorrow."
It is scheduled that the meeting of the Council of Representatives tomorrow will witness the vote on the federal financial budget and the Federal Court.
Kurdish MP: The federal government is targeting the region politically and economically.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance, Shuan Mohamed Taha said not paying dues of the oil companies operating in Kurdistan by the federal government is "political and economic targeting to the region."
He explained in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "It became certain that the Kurdistan is targeted politically and economically, when we see a political problem plaguing the country we see the federal government targets the region economically.
He added: "There are prior agreements between the province and Baghdad according to the general budget, stipulates that the Baghdad government pays dues to companies operating in Kurdistan, but until this moment we see a clear delay in this regard, therefore this act can be interpreted as political and economic targeting."
He noted: "Iraq today is filled with political problems, and we (the Kurds) are part of the political process and we have a problem with the federal government, we see, whenever political problem arise, the government targets the region economically, in addition to the military threats we saw recently."
He added: "It was better for Baghdad government to seek an end for this dilemma in the presence of prior agreements concerning the payment of the dues by federal government to the oil companies operating in the region, and eventually oil imports will be back to the financial budget.
Iraqiya MP accuses Maliki to follow procrastination policy.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Iraqiya coalition, Hamid Kassar al-Zobaie accused "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to follow the policy of procrastination towards the demands of the demonstrators.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "al-Maliki and those around him think that the demonstrations, as he described it a (bubble), will end over time," stressing that the demonstrations will be expanded to include all regions in the coming period until achieving all demands of the demonstrators. "
He explained, "The government, so far, has not shown seriousness to achieve half of the demands of the demonstrators, noting that" Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki talks about application of the Constitution and law, human rights and non-return of dictatorship, but all these things are not applied on the ground. "
He added, "The recent government measures remain a dead letter, until the implementation of the demands of the demonstrators on the ground, stressing the lack of change in the reality of the case during the past period."
The MP, of the state of law coalition, Khalid al-Asadi, has warned of "events may get out of its peaceful and legal framework," noting" this will create a real crisis in the country, thus things will be up to a very difficult and unexpected results."
Legal expert: Parliament has right to issue general or private amnesty
Monday, 04 February 2013 14:18 | | |
Baghdad (AIN) -The legal Expert Tariq Harb stressed that "The 6th article of the Iraqi Constitution authorizes the Parliament to determine the provisions and principles of any law including the amnesty provisions; this means that the amnesty law can be private or general."
Harb added "It is legal to issue private amnesty rather than general amnesty concerning the pending crimes that need issuance of amnesty where the amnesty includes commutating or mitigating the sentences."
Deputy: economic reform will determine the country's economic policy and activates various sectors
Date: 02/04/2013 08:03:04 Monday
Baghdad (news) .. According to a member of the Committee on the economy and investment MP / coalition in Iraq / Qusay Fri, importance of adopting the law establishing the Council of Economic Reform because it will set economic policy and puts plans for the development of vital sectors different.
Juma said (of the Agency news): The policy of the current economic is clear and no one knows who determined and manages the affairs, wondering Is the Ministry of Finance or Planning or the Economic Committee in the Council of Ministers are responsible. pointed to: that the economic and investment commission requested the establishment of a special council of economic reform will draw economic policy and sets direction and also supports investment and activates sector private sectors in the country through the development of strategic development plans. added: You must pass this law because of its great importance for the Iraqi economy to advance. / end / 8. n. p /