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    National exclude pass a law Federation: Kurdish Compatibility / Shiite First 9/30

    National exclude pass a law Federation: Kurdish Compatibility / Shiite First

    Special - scales News - Ruled out a coalition MP for the National Kadhim al-Shammari, Wednesday, passing the Federal Court Act in the House of Representatives away from the political consensus with the Kurdish component, stressing that the political process was built on the basis of political consensus.

    Al-Shammari said L / scales News / that "any law can not be passed without a political consensus between the political blocs in the House of Representatives, the political process is all built on the basis of political consensus," pointing out that "the Federal Court Act of important laws upon which to build all the Iraqi state and not in the building area of ​​the state. "

    MP for the National Coalition said that "the compatibility between the two partners about a particular law without taking into consideration the importance third party is is not true and may not be a divorce because the political process is basically built on political consensus," stressing "the lack of agreement between the Shiite National Alliance components to pass Federal Court Act away from the political consensus with the Kurdish component. "

    The "Law of the Federal Court of controversial laws that have not agreed upon by the political blocs in the House of Representatives since being awarded the Council of Ministers on February 24, 2015, which is embodied in a political agreement under which the government was formed Haider al-Abadi."

    It is said that "the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohsen al-Sadoun revealed, Monday, L / scales News /, the Kurdistan Alliance stipulate a condition to provide guarantees for a vote on the Federal Court Act in the House of Representatives."

    Iraqi and coalition forces, said Abdul Rahman's Alloizi / scales News / earlier, "The Iraqi judiciary needs reform legislation to the Federal Court Act by the House of Representatives as soon as possible."

    It is said that "the Legal Committee member Hamdiya Husseini has confirmed, earlier, the Federal Court Act is completed to be displayed to a vote in parliament in the coming sessions," pointing out that "the only difference on the law is the opinion of the Kurdistan Alliance, which wants to be the court's decision after vote All members ".


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