Reform is delayed infallible cancel his deputies positions "blocking" of the reforms and the law affirms: we need a constitutional procedures



Author: HH, ZJ
Editor: BK, HH

2015/09/16 11:35


Long-Presse / Baghdad
Counting reform led by Ibrahim al-Jaafari stream, Wednesday, that the President of the Republic Fuad Masum delayed the abolition of positions of his deputies, constitutes a "blocking" of the reforms, calling on Parliament to prepare to fight "the coming battle against corruption" after the completion of the organization (Daash), and as he emphasized the coalition of state law , that the abolition of those positions requires a constitutional procedures, denying the existence of any "delay or procrastination" on them, as some believe.

The MP said the Reform Movement WIN with Tawfiq al-Kaabi National Alliance, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The reforms are going slowly because some of them need to be laws, and the cooperation of many political or competent parties", they returned to the "right of the citizen to find reforms demanded carried out quickly. "

He said al-Kaabi, that "the House vote on the government reforms package, is evidence of cooperation representatives of the people with the citizen to give a wider prime space, Haider al-Abadi, to be implemented", calling for the need "Cooperation between the political blocs and the relevant departments to ensure the application of these reforms."

And on the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic, MP for the Reform Movement, that "the President of the Republic Fuad Masum hampered Thread for not sending a letter to the Federal Court for the implementation of that resolution, which reflected negatively on the head of the government."

The Al-Kaabi, that "the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic project is still stalled at the President of the Republic, so it is who bears the delay and not the government," pointing out that "Parliament should be preparing for a new battle against corruption, after the elimination of Daash".

For his part, the leader of the coalition of state law Salah Abdul-Razzaq, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The House of Representatives condition when the vote on the government reforms need to be consistent with the Constitution and laws," noting that "the dismissal of the Vice-President of the Republic involving after unconstitutional, whereby the President of the Republic issued Decree so special. "

He stressed Abdul Razzaq, that "the President of the Republic can to address Parliament on the abolition of positions of his deputies, because the Prime Minister and the Council did not Ogheiaha Iqila concerned requires certain constitutional procedures," denying "the existence of any delay or procrastination subject as some people think."

He continued leadership of the coalition Maliki, that "the abolition of the Vice-President of the Republic sites, is across the bill goes from the cabinet to the parliament, to be on the basis of its own legislation, and then go to the President of the Republic to ratify it and thus acquires its legality, and only then are dismissed."

The Council of Ministers, honest, during its 36th, which was held on Tuesday, the bill abolishing the posts of Vice-President of the Republic Act, also agreed to withdraw the draft law sent to parliament by the previous government for "review".

It is said that the head of the government, Haider al-Abadi, announced, in (the ninth of August 2015), for the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister, the reforms carried out in response to the pressure of the mass movement and religious frame of reference.

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