Presidency: Vice President salaries have been frozen for the parliamentary vote on reforms

Writings Wednesday, October 18, the second 0.2015

Presidential spokesman Khaled Huani, Tuesday, that the Vice-Presidents' salaries have been frozen for the parliamentary vote on government reform package, pointing out that the dismissal of the Vice-President of the Republic up to the resolution of the judiciary, while the accused parties he did not identify of trying to create a tense atmosphere in the disputed areas for the purpose of fabricating a fight Arabic - Kurdish.

Said presidential spokesman Khaled Huani in an interview with the program 'quarter of an hour' which aired Alsumaria TV, the 'dismissal of the Vice-President of the Republic left to resolve the judiciary', pointing out that 'the Federal Court postponed, today, suit provided by (president of a coalition united Osama) Najafi '.

Huani He added that the 'costs that were paid to the offices of the Vice-President of the Presidency of the Republic's budget has been stopped since the House vote on the reform package', noting that 'those salaries have become suspended in the state treasury until the issuance of a final decision of the Federal Court'.

On the other hand, Huani confirmed a Kurdish leader 'we went to the Article 140 as a constitutional problems but there have been serious attempts by Baghdad to block the implementation of Article', alluding to 'the existence of well-known actors were trying to create a tense atmosphere in those areas for the purpose of fabricating a Kurdish fighting Arabic We have evidence to substantiate that '.

The Federal Court, decided on Tuesday to postpone consideration Bdautin ordains former Vice President Osama Najafi to challenge the decision of the abolition of the post of Vice President to the 24th of this month.

The leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki (29 October 2015), that the posts of Vice-President of the Republic has not been canceled and is still in the process of discussions, returned the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi cancel those positions as 'unconstitutional', as he pointed to lodge a complaint with the court Federal in this regard.

The head of the national coalition Iyad Allawi (4 September 2015), sharply criticized the prime minister Haider al-Abadi, and considered that the latter 'does not care about the Constitution', as denounced what he called 'reform that did not fit', Ebadi called for a televised debate.

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decided in (9 August 2015), the abolition of the posts of Vice President and the Prime Minister 'immediately'.