The bulk of Muslim Jurists restores the Federal Court Act to square the differences


Ranges of the Federal Court Act his place at the table of political blocs, which failed to reach a settlement to pass the most important laws that lie ahead of the Iraqi state after the constitution passed in 2005.
Differences on the Federal Court on the Kurdish forces and the National Alliance is not limited, but is at loggerheads Shiite - Shiite about who is responsible for the nomination of Muslim Jurists in the crew judges of the Court.
In another distribution to the members of the Federal Court, traded in the draft law, the Shiite component obtained two law scholars, and two Sunni component nominate one of the religious parties in the Kurdistan region.
Kurdish forces and fear of the dominance of certain political views on the decisions of the Federal Court, and its impact on the long term in the decisions that belong to the Kurdistan region.
Negotiations between the political blocs on the Federal Court Act continuing and will not stop, as projections indicate the possibility of passing the law the requirement for consensus Alssayash.okan cabinet sound, the end of last February, to forward the draft federal law to the Supreme Court after the House of Representatives reviewed and audited by the Ministerial Committee competent.
The President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, the beginning of last May, that the draft law of the Federal Supreme Court is ready to vote, stressing that the president will choose the right time to present the draft law to a vote.
MP says Amin Bakr, a member of the parliamentary legal committee, said that "there is a political and legal problems contributing to delays in the legislation of the Federal Court Act in the House of Representatives," pointing out that "the main dispute revolves around how the court, composition and decision-making mechanism."
Added Baker that "there are parties want to enter the scholars of Sharia law within the Presidium consisting of a president and two deputies Court with giving them the scholars of Sharia and Law membership status and advisers in the court," adding that "it was considered political views lead to usurp the judicial capacity of the Federal Court and turn it into a political committee Following the participation of people who are not lawyers nor judges. "
The member of the Legal Committee, saying "there is another view, wants to restrict the powers of the scholars of Sharia law and the discussion or vote on topics related to Islamic constants, and that the jurists shall participate and vote on topics that relate to the principles of democracy and human rights." He pointed out that "some political blocs want to be decisions of the Court of the jurisdiction of the judges and not the scholars of law or the law."
He said MP from the Kurdish bloc change that "among the differences that hinder the passing of the Federal Court Act the subject of issuing its decisions unanimously or will it be by an absolute majority or a simple majority."
And confirms Deputy Secretary Baker that "the National Alliance did not respond to the proposals made by the Kurdistan Alliance to resolve differences blocking the pass Court Act," calling the political blocs to "accelerate the resolution of the contentious points facing the legislation of the Federal Court Act."
And the Kurdistan Alliance presented a proposal earlier to select the Presidium manages the Federal Court shall consist of the President of the Shiite component, and two deputies of the components of the Kurdish and Sunni that the mechanism unanimous decision of the Presidency to be.
Attention Kurdish lawmaker that "the number of members of the Federal Court of up to 13 members, including two scholars of law and two scholars of law, in addition to the nine judges," noting "the existence of an amendment to the number of scholars of Sharia law could raise their number to eight." Shows Deputy Secretary Baker that "the share component of the Shiite Muslim Jurists would be 2, nominated by the Shiite Waqf, and two Sunni component, and one nominated by the Ministry of Religious Endowments in the Kurdistan region, and the second to be nominated by the Sunni Endowment."
The MP pointed Bakr to "the existence of disagreement within the Shiite House about who will be nominated law scholars," but he asserts that "Shiites are able to reach a convincing solutions to put forward their candidates."
For his part, says MP Mohammed al-Shammari, a member independent bloc, said that "the reason for the delay of the Federal Court Act dates back to the existing differences between Kurdistan and the National Alliance on decision-making."
He said al-Shammari, told the (range), that "there is fear by Kurdish forces of the dominance of certain political views on the Federal Court decisions that will affect the decisions that belong to the Kurdistan region."
And confirms the independent MP from the bloc "The law of the Federal Court of important laws that prove the pillars of political and democratic system and state-building and to find solutions to the crises faced by Iraq."
For his part, confirms the lawmaker Kazem al-Shammari, a member of the parliamentary legal committee, said that "the Federal Court Act is facing differences between the political blocs and he needs the political consensus in order to pass in the House of Representatives."
Confirms al-Shammari, said in an interview with the (range), that "negotiations on passing the law will not stop going on and everyone is determined to accomplish in the coming periods," he expected to vote on the law in the coming sessions after for a political consensus.