Parliament's decision yesterday approaching rejection and prevent reforms Abadi

Saw a legal expert Tareq Harb parliament's decision to reject the use of its legislative and oversight powers in the implementation of reforms as "closer to reject and prevent the reforms undertaken by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi." He said the war in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the parliament's decision yesterday and private actions reformist Prime Minister shrouded in mystery and thumb and making it capable of interpreting and interpretation and opinion, and so on and diligence and its opposite." The general principle The general rule contained in the released decision and the beginning include support and servo Almaaddh and support from parliament the reform of the procedures carried out by the Prime Minister and this virtue and veiled calculated to Parliament but that Parliament's decision not only that, but under Prime Minister restrictions and limits prevent him from performing procedures reform and this is clear first from the phrase [according to the Constitution] contained in The last introduction to your support and Almaaddh decision.
"He said the war" this phrase could be interpreted to invoke the provisions of Article [59/2] of the Constitution, but this explanation is far if we know that the same decision was made ​​according to that article, but this phrase means that the reform measures issued by the Chairman Ministers must be according to the constitution and if so, the parliament questioning procedures Prime Minister where it is believed that some of the procedures reformist or all of which were not in accordance with the Constitution.
"He continued that" In spite of that the parliament the right to appeal before the Federal Court on the grounds of the Champions Prime Minister measures if it does not It achieved the SP [according to the Constitution and therefore Parliament does not need the revenue this phrase unless intending to stop the Prime Minister for procedures reform. "
He said the legal expert that "the decision of the parliament stressed that the legislative authority is the Parliament alone and not to the Prime Minister to exercise the power of legislation and this means that Parliament sees the reform measures Mayad encroachment on the powers despite the fact that the prime minister issued orders bureaucracy and not the laws in procedures reform and this is the other describes the parliament's rejection of the reform measures without the need for invoking looting issuing laws authority.
"He noted that" the House of Representatives decision confirmed on the principle of separation of powers and that of axioms and constitutional postulates contained in Article 47 of the Constitution, which decided that the legislative, executive and judicial authorities based on the principle of separation of powers and we do not know that the Prime Minister had passed laws within the jurisdiction of Parliament or issued decrees that fall within the competence of the President of the Republic or issued verdicts within the jurisdiction of the judiciary, but issued a bureaucracy orders from the validity and competence contained in Article 78 of the Constitution as a direct executive responsible for public policy of the state.
"He pointed out the war to be" constitutional position is that the parliament and cited Introduction but returned in detail this canceling Introduction and questioned the procedures called on Prime Minister indirectly to stop Alajraoualt reform, prevention and rejection, and was the first to be the parliament's decision and clear points above without being vague vague.
"The House of Representatives voted yesterday to support the reforms and the separation of powers to implement them.
According to the text Council resolution House of Representatives that he and build on the provisions of subsection [II] of article 59 of the Constitution, issued the following Resolution, that the Iraqi Council of Representatives Reaffirming its support and full support for the beams parliamentary and government reforms and his eagerness to be completed in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and laws in force within the time timings specified in line with the aspirations of the people who put their trust in this Council and hold him responsible for their representation, it at the same time, denies his delegate any legislative powers entrusted to him under the Constitution to any of the other authorities.
The statement added that "the commitment to the principle of separation of powers, it should be all the authority of the state authorities to do its job and not to refer this function to other authorities. "For his part, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, his determination and his determination to continue reforms and the fight against corruption and the corrupt and not to retreat from that despite the challenges and obstacles. Ebadi said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where ] a copy of it "will not succeed attempts of losing their privileges of blocking reforms or turn the clock back and reverse what we've done, the will of the citizens and the strongest of them will take off the roots of corruption and justice in Iraq," .