Call demanding inclusion of the deputies and Ministers b "mandates" and brandishing a repeat challenge
2015-11-20 21:48:30 |




(Voice of Iraq) after the House vote on the Bill "mandate presidencies" initially, but the law remains controversial and clear division between political blocs.

And the Dawa party opponents of the law, in which the President of the Republic sent to Parliament after the stabbing, at the previous session, to which his reply was "law proposal" submitted by Parliament in contravention of the Constitution, as interpreted by the Federal Court.

Having introduced the first reading, the differences and political intersections prevented the completion of its second reading.

She was the Liberal bloc and Sunni parties, and Kurdish, has submitted a draft law to block renewal of Al-Maliki for a third term.

She was presiding Parliament adjourned in early October, the second reading of the controversial law at the request of a number of parliamentary blocs for the purpose of discussion. And the President of the Council invited the Salim al-Jabouri to an urgent meeting.

The parliamentary legal Committee confirms that discussions are continuing and parliamentary parties undecided about the legislation law.

Mp Salim says Shawki, Member of the parliamentary legal Committee, that "the law of mandate three presidencies reached its final stages", adding: "but the objections and reservations call party approval hindered a pass in the House".

Explains shawky, (range), the Dawa party's objection to the legislation law regulates the jurisdiction of the three presidencies, that "Party sees in passing the law, a clear violation of the Constitution on the grounds that the Constitution did not refer to the mandate of the Prime Minister, also believes that the law for the prevention of Nouri al-Maliki to return to the Presidency of the Government".

Mp calls for citizen to block that "there is a trend embraced by most of the political blocs in the House opposed the Dawa orientations on the enactment of the three mandates, this trend finds that Scott Constitution not to mandate the Presidency of the Council of Ministers does not mean that identified a constitutional breach".

Legal Committee Member said that "by not addressing the mandate of the Prime Minister in the Constitution left it to the legislature which can be selected or not", noting that "parliamentary political blocs considers necessary to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister in two successive like Presidents and Parliament".

The parliamentary legal Committee confirms that discussions are continuing and parliamentary parties undecided about the legislation law.

Mp Salim says Shawki, Member of the parliamentary legal Committee, that "the law of mandate three presidencies reached its final stages", adding: "but the objections and reservations call party approval hindered a pass in the House".

Explains shawky, (range), the Dawa party's objection to the legislation law regulates the jurisdiction of the three presidencies, that "Party sees in passing the law, a clear violation of the Constitution on the grounds that the Constitution did not refer to the mandate of the Prime Minister, also believes that the law for the prevention of Nouri al-Maliki to return to the Presidency of the Government".

Mp calls for citizen to block that "there is a trend embraced by most of the political blocs in the House opposed the Dawa orientations on the enactment of the three mandates, this trend finds that Scott Constitution not to mandate the Presidency of the Council of Ministers does not mean that identified a constitutional breach".

Legal Committee Member said that "by not addressing the mandate of the Prime Minister in the Constitution left it to the legislature which can be selected or not", noting that "parliamentary political blocs considers necessary to determine the mandate of the Prime Minister in two successive like Presidents and Parliament".

Bob believes that "the three presidencies mandate law unconstitutional based on legal considerations, is the reaction in the last session to prevent someone from accessing the Presidency a third time", noting that "the law of attraction between different political blocs and not make up its mind".

And threatened a member of State of law Coalition "to appeal to the Federal Court on case law", by saying "no minimum may restrict the top, because the Constitution is higher and lower law".

In the same vein, mp Kazem Al-shammari, a member of the legal Committee, for "significant and profound differences between the political blocs on the law determining the mandate of the three presidencies". Noting that "the law reached Parliament in the previous session after a spin on political problems for Prime Minister".

He said Al-shammari, told the (term), "objections and reservations undecided between political blocs", noting that "discussions are still ongoing between various parties in the hope of resolution for submission to the second reading and then vote in the Chamber of deputies in future meetings".


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