A member of the parliamentary legal: a lot of reforms must be initiated in the judiciary

Said the parliamentary legal committee member Mohammed fact, that "there are a lot of reforms that must begin in the judiciary and are implemented." He said the fact that told all of Iraq [where], that "paper reform of the Supreme Judicial Council submitted to the Presidium of the House of Representatives and will be submitted to the House of Representatives in the coming sessions, by the Supreme Judicial Council, and will be considered," adding that "it is possible to add paragraphs and other reforms them. " "There are a lot of reforms in the judiciary, which must begin with and be executed," explaining that "everything that all of the up to now, proposals have been approved in the House of Representatives, which we are very currently in the legislation only, and the question of implementation rests with the Prime Minister and the Council of Minister, which is responsible for the proper execution of the approved by the House of Representatives at the present time. "
He stressed the fact that "We will look in the paper and the reform of the judiciary, and we will add to it a number of measures." The House of Representatives voted last Tuesday, a majority on the first package of governmental and parliamentary reforms in response to the directives of the Supreme religious authority and the demands of the demonstrators, which included reducing its ministries and agencies to increase efficiency in government work and reduce costs, and open the files of corruption, as well as to invite the Supreme Judicial Council to present a paper judicial reform to ensure the maintenance of the judiciary and not influenced by the pressure and provide candidates for the presidency and membership of the Federal Court of Cassation and the presidency of the Public Prosecutor and the Presidency of judicial oversight body to vote on them in the House of Representatives, and other items that received Bhzmte reforms. The judiciary, announced yesterday, supported formats constitutional reforms presented by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
It said in a statement received by [where], that "the federal judiciary, Bakdadtha and members of the public prosecution and its members support the constitutional formulas for the initiative of President of the Council of Ministers reform" .anthy 2