Zamili: sack me flagrant violation of legal rejected by the government, parliament and the Council of Baghdad

20/08/2015


Long-Presse / Baghdad
Counting head of the Investment Commission of Baghdad, on Thursday, that his dismissal by the governor of Baghdad's decision "legal flagrant violation", while among the councils of ministers, deputies and Baghdad refuses to do so, the Baghdad Provincial Council declared his opposition to the resolution, calling on the governor to follow proper in this respect legal procedures.
Shaker said Zamili, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The manner in which the governor of Baghdad, Ali al-Tamimi, Baqalta of office, are illegal and constitute a legal flagrant violation", pointing out that "the Commission department was established under the Investment Law No. 13 of 2006 amended , enjoying legal personality represented by its President or his representative on the basis of the provisions of Article VIII of the investment law, and has dedicated the Ministry of Finance budget independent, and independent owners, despite being linked to the Governor and subject to the control of the provincial council. "
He Zamili, that "the appointment of the head body is through based on a legal mechanism for the fifth article II of the investment law across the province that are not organized in the territory, and with the consent of the Prime Minister," returned to "any appointment or dismissal must be with the consent of the Council of Ministers, so it is a decision to sack me by the governor illegally ".
The head of the Investment Commission of Baghdad article, that "the councils of ministers, deputies and Baghdad, refused decision to sack me," pointing out that "the body sector a service works in coordination with other agencies, and has no financial allocations except for salaries amounting to one billion and 300 million dinars."
He called Zamili, the governor of Baghdad, to "support big projects instead of taking illegal action," he returned that "the decision will affect the dismissal of investment projects in Iraq in general and Baghdad in particular as a result of what his son has a lot of concerns from investors."
For his part, Vice-President of the Baghdad Provincial Council, Atwan Atwani, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Baghdad Investment Authority legally linked to the provincial council, and that the latter is of sound in its previous session on the appointment of Shaker Zamili as its head," adding that "the decision dismiss the head of the Investment Commission of Baghdad provincial council is due to decide which of its acceptance or rejection. "
He said Atwani, that "the Council has received a letter from the governor requesting the dismissal of head of the Investment Commission of Baghdad," noting that "the President of the Council responded request the governor rejected and invited him to cancel the decision and taking legal action in this regard, through a request to the Council to be held after a special session to host the head of the Investment Authority Baghdad and consider the reasons for requesting the dismissal with the need for evidence, to be considered Balaqalh or not. "
The Deputy Chairman of the Baghdad Provincial Council, "The Council does not intend to dismiss the head of the Investment Commission of Baghdad at the present time to the lack of justification for it," and said he "already was forming a committee of the province and the Council to study the problems pending between the province and the Investment Commission of Baghdad, recommended the need to resolve those disputes, But some problems have not been resolved. "
And went Atwani, that "the current differences between the province and the body does not go beyond the law and should not be up to the dismissal Zamili."
It is noteworthy that many of the media, reported that the governor of Baghdad, Ali al-Tamimi, sacked the head of the Investment Commission of Baghdad, Shaker al-Zamili.

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