Maliki: Vice-President of the Republic has not been canceled 10/29
Maliki: Vice-President of the Republic has not been canceled
38 minutes ago
Roudao - Erbil
President of a coalition of state law, confirmed Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday 10/29/2015, hosted by one of the Iraqi channels, that the posts of Vice-President of the Republic has not been canceled and is still in the process of discussions, and that the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi cancel those positions as "unconstitutional".
Maliki said, "The vice president has not been canceled and is still under discussion and legislation because it is a constitutional issue," pointing out that "the President of the Republic can not maintain itself without deputy and at least one as stipulated by the Constitution and the law."
He added that "the decision to dismiss the Vice-President of the Republic is unconstitutional and we went to the judicial channels," noting that "the House of Representatives complained and found the case in the Federal Court, but did not eliminate his rule issued so far."
Maliki said that "reform packages is not the legal force", noting that "the House of Representatives when he authorized the prime minister on condition that the reforms are not contrary to the law and the Constitution."
On asked about the synchronization of the position of the rule of law with Abadi's remarks on the "commander of necessity," al-Maliki said that "this attitude did not come as a reaction to the declaration and description found in it," adding, "I was not the commander of necessity or a dictator and did not strike or change the constitution."
On the other hand, al-Maliki said that "sit-in platforms and positions that were supportive of the cause of the scourge, which entered Iraq," pointing out that "the sit-in process was a cover for each mobilization and mobilization done by Daash in Anbar desert."
Maliki said "If I made the decision to cancel the sit-ins, even if directly and military were rescued Iraq from Daash, but we are late in so as not to say that we hit the protesters."