Asadi: harsh prison sentences for those who violate national law of parties 8/27
Asadi: harsh prison sentences for those who violate the national law of parties
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Long-Presse / Baghdad
MP Adnan al-Asadi, on Thursday, that there is a harsh prison sentences for those who violate the law of parties up to 15 years, and among law that will determine the party financing sources, referred to prevent former Baath Party members from the founding parties.
Asadi said in a press conference held in the parliament building and attended (range Press), "The parties law voted by the House of Representatives unanimously, today, is very important law for the peaceful transfer of power," stressing that "there is a harsh prison sentences for those who violate the law of parties reach between 10 to 15 years and the freezing of the offending party to the law. "
He said al-Asadi, "This law will determine the sources of financing of political parties and sanctions from the exclusion of extending his hand to outside Iraq funding," stressing that "the law guarantees many other things, prevent members of the Baath Party dissolved the establishment parties and was an active member and upward."
He said al-Asadi, that "the law to prevent business parties except the purchase of real estate to parties or Ojarha and prevent them from deliberation political activity in state institutions, including universities, colleges and institutes and high schools, including the House of Representatives and prevent law the use of architectures State parties that occupy these properties."
The al-Asadi, that "static parties in these places mosques and Shiite mosques and government departments must be vacated and the executive body that is the Electoral Commission implement the law by informing the Ministry of Interior," pointing out that "the security services of the Intelligence Service will be involved in the process of follow-up financing of parties During the balance. "
The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted on Thursday unanimously on the draft law on political parties after 13 years on regime change in Iraq.
The Iraqi Council of Representatives held on Thursday, its 16th of the first legislative term of the second legislative year, headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 220 deputies, while the agenda of the meeting included a vote on a legal draft of the National Guard and the political parties and the first and second readings of the three laws and discuss the salaries of employees in regions Projects controlled by the organization (Daash).
The parties law in Iraq was not working because of political differences, despite the passage of 13 years to change and the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime on the ninth of April 2003.