Parliament voted to support reforms Abadi .. Supreme Court denies re-Vice-Presidents

Writings Monday, November 02 .2015

The voice of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Monday, the decision to support the reforms, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi accordance with the Constitution, and with the mandate denied any hand its powers legislative executive, called on all the authorities to abide by the constitution.

A parliamentary source said that the beginning 'of the Iraqi Council of Representatives voted today unanimously passed a resolution followed by the Presidency to support the reforms, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi packages according to the constitution and in line with the aspirations of the people'. He added that 'the Council denied his delegating legislative powers to any party executive', calling on 'all the authorities to comply with its work according to the Constitution'.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi taken assertive several reforms in the month of August 2015) as a result of the mass movement that uncle of 11 provinces, calling for reform and the fight against corruption and improve services, including reducing the ministerial cab from the 33 to 22 only a first step, and reducing the protections of senior officials by 90 %, and salaries as well as many other procedures, while the government and parliament that approved the reforms, the latter by strengthening other package, and enjoyed popular support as well as the supreme Shiite religious authority.

.. And the judiciary denies re-Vice-Presidents

Denied judicial authority in Iraq, on Monday, the Federal Court issued a decision to return the Vice-President of the Republic to their sites.
A judiciary spokesman Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar The 'Federal Court did not hold a hearing for today', adding that it 'has not yet made any decision on the Vice-President of the Republic'.

The MP for the National Alliance Jassim Mohammed Jaafar said in an earlier Monday, the Federal Supreme Court reinstated the Vice President of the Republic to their sites, as he emphasized it promised dismissal decision unconstitutional.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decided, in (9 August 2015), the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister 'immediately', a comprehensive and immediate reduction in the preparation of protections for all state officials among them the three presidencies, ministers, MPs and special grades and general managers and governors and members of the provincial councils It is their grades, in the face of the removal of all senior positions for partisan and sectarian quotas.