Parliament reviewed "reforms" Abbadi. Split on previous procedures

Throw the ball in the Court of the House of representatives of the Government and Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi yard to furthering reforms provided one route to send bills.

Parliament will begin to review and study the actions announced by Abadi since last August until the decision of the Parliament, whereby authorization denied any of its validity. And the Prime Minister were required not to pass any measure not be or become identical with the laws and the Constitution.
Political forces to indicate that a large work space Abadi to implement reforms, Naveh to be bypassing the Constitution.

The national coalition parties confirms that Parliament would not hamper reforms as long as they are within the law, especially that the country is undergoing economic and security crises. In the meantime, is still head of Government, according to the State of law bloc, committed to the reform programme, which will be revised through the Bills to ensure not to appeal. Block has denied having sought to dismiss Al-Abadi.
He concluded his visit to Al-Abbadi Saturday in Najaf during which he discussed with a number of religious references general developments in Iraq and reforms and the financial crisis.
He was pointing not to receive reference Sistani of the Prime Minister, who met with a number of other references. But Saad Al-Hadithi, a spokesman for the Prime Minister, visited Najaf was not on its agenda a meeting with Sistani, Al-Abbadi.
He was the final authority on Friday criticized the procrastination of the Iraqi Council of representatives in the implementation of the programme of reforms and called on Parliament to cooperate with the Government in implementing reforms and combat corruption.
The House of representatives last week voted overwhelmingly in favor of a resolution that prevents the Executive and judicial branches of using his powers, in a move which observers and politicians restrictive reforms espoused by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi.

Parliament will not impede the And the position of Parliament of government reforms, says mp Habib Terminal, (range), that "Parliament is fully interactive with the Government's actions but would not be allowed to pass resolutions without constitutional cover".
The Terminal, he said, is a cluster member, the "Parliament in accordance with the decision of the judiciary does not allow him to propose laws, so it must wait for the Government to send the draft legislation", saying that "any law is in the interests of everyone would dare anyone to obstruct".
However the Terminal underlines "the need for compatibility with the prime goal of passing legislation in the House". This "could be achieved by persuading political parties to government action", adding that "the recent encounters Abadi with the political forces and the resulting decline of tone escalation against him".
Party revealed that the Prime Minister had informed the National Alliance structure for other forces approached to clarify its position on reform after growing calls to withdraw his authorization. Al-Abbadi's Party remains insecure about the intentions of some blocks that may exceed the stage of withdrawal of authorization by the Prime Minister to be disqualified.

Priority reforms
But Messenger Abu Hasnah, mp for Dawa, says that "confusion has got to understand the last Parliament resolution", saying "the decision was not intended to withdraw the mandate given to Abadi".
He said Abu Hasna, (range), that "Parliament supports reforms but that the procedures under the Constitution which will run Abadi now".
Deputy of State emphasizes that the "reforms remain a priority in the programme of Prime Minister".
Abu Hasna denied that "be signatures, collected recently from some members of the State law, she can develop confidence".
Mp calls for a block party that "delayed the usual meetings Abadi with the State law, which take place every 15 days to a month, causing misunderstanding especially that the bloc did not receive clarification about some recent appointments in sensitive positions, which prompted some to request clarification". And took the State of law Coalition appeared to step on the path of reforms when the collection of 60 deputies signatures to withdraw authorization for Abadi. State law also gave Congress Prime Minister three days to answer questions addressed to him about managing the country.

Review decisions Abadi

For its part, says the Deputy only Talabani, leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, "the Parliament resolution passed recently another mechanism would deal with decisions and subsequent Prime Minister". Talabani indicated, in an interview for (range), to "clarify Parliament concerning its validity means that decisions taken by the Government to represent an infringement of the legislative power". Leadership confirmed Talabani's Party "the House will consider and assess the actions made by the Prime Minister during the past period as if it were contrary to the laws or the terms of reference, as well as check all future decisions".
Talabani draws that "Parliament agreed in those proceedings", reasoning on "the unanimous vote of all the deputies in the case of non-authorization valid for any executive or judicial". Parliament also voted unanimously on 11 August to authorize Abadi package execution administrative and financial reforms, including the abolition of Deputy Presidents and Prime Ministers, wetrshik ministries, reduce the number of protections and special grades.

Earlier decisions and subsequent

In contrast, says mp Kazem Al-shammari, a member of the national coalition, that "the decisions passed and approved by Parliament would not be considered again, but future actions would not allow Parliament to override the powers".
And confirms, in connection with the (term), that "the head of Government had invested the mandate from Parliament to issue instructions and decisions such as the abolition of the ministries and pay scales are required to enact laws".
Block Member Allawi believes that "before Abbadi other reforms and not necessarily go beyond the Constitution", noting that "the last Parliament resolution unambiguously and is pulling for previous authorization obtained Abadi".
Abbadi was Parliament's decision was seen as "the wrong message", accusing some actors try to conflict between authorities, confirming his intention to continue sararh WA reforms, fight corruption and not undone despite challenges and obstacles.