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Reforms skew compass parliament and put six important laws on the shelf ,Preoccupied with the House of Representatives, more than a month, cabinet reshuffles launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, early last February file.
The political debate continued, about "substantial amendment" and reforms and finally the proposed ministerial cabin, to deviate compass Legislative Council of Representatives for the completion of the discussion and Tndij controversial laws, some at an advanced stage of the amnesty into law.
It recognizes members of the parliamentary legal committee, that the political atmosphere dramatically influenced the legislation of six of the most controversial laws.
Although the House of Representatives pointed to try some claim to pass some of these laws parties as a condition for approval of the reforms, but they called the current investment climate to end the dispute over these laws, and push for legislation.
He sees deputies in the "wise initiative" appropriate to pass controversial legislation opportunity within three months as part of reforms demanded by the Iraqi street
Says MP Salim Shawki, a member of the legal committee of parliamentary, that "it is part of the process of reforms launched by the prime minister and voted on by the House of Representatives in previous periods expedite the enactment of some laws consisting of six important laws, including the amnesty law, the Federal Court, and the oil and gas, and accountability, justice and the Guard the National".
He said Shawki told the (range), "The House of Representatives is trying to enactment of these laws on according to specific time limits," noting that "the demands of the protesters and the protesters were focused on the reform process, which revolves around the controversial legislation of laws in specific terms."
The member bloc citizen that "the head of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim gave the initiative to the political blocs that have been approved and are talking about the application of the principle of comprehensive cabinet reshuffle," pointing out that "the change was conditional on the participation of the political blocs changes Ministerial and the second for the formation of a committee of experts and legal and political blocs to resolve the file of independent bodies and special grades to complete its work within a period of ninety days. "
The terms currently broken laws, says MP Salim Chawki "There are ongoing meetings to approve the amnesty, which the Legal Committee reached a consensus on the amendment of Article 8 of the re-trial of convicts who have their confessions were extracted under duress or arrested because of the confidential informant law." He believed that "This initial agreement allows the formation of a centralized courts to consider the resumption of the return of these trials."
He continues, a member of the legal committee by saying that "these agreements will be discussed with the head of the House of Representatives for approval and inclusion in the law and submitted to the vote."
The MP for the Bloc wise to "shuffle crisis overshadowed and hampered some of the controversial laws passed in the House of Representatives."
In turn, says MP Imad John, the House of Representatives scheduled, "There are a lot of laws that are controversial, some carried over from the previous session and the other part of the current session of the legislation has not been so far."
Added John, in an interview with the (range), that "the government reforms were provided to pass a package of controversial laws, but until now a political consensus on these laws did not happen," stressing that "real reforms eliminate the obligation to pass this important legislation."
And stresses the House of Representatives scheduled, "the existence of ready-to-vote laws awaiting approval in the event of an appropriate environment for political consensus," but admitted that "shuffle crisis clearly affected the adoption of these laws in the House of Representatives."
John reveals that "the political blocs made certain demands as a condition for passing the reforms and changes to the ministerial process and linked them to pass the controversial laws", recalling that "the ministerial changes contributed to disrupt the process of the controversial legislation of laws."
The decision of the House of Representatives shows that "the most important of these broken laws is a general amnesty and the Justice and Accountability and the Federal Court and the law of oil and gas law, and the National Guard."
For his part, stresses MP Abdul Rahman Alloizi, a member of the Federation of Iraqi forces, "the need to separate the process of forming the new government and the process of negotiations for the controversial and stalled for years to legislate."
He explained Alloizi, told the (range), that "there is a real opportunity to adopt a new political knew in the process of forming a new cabinet cabin, depending on qualifications and Aradfha important laws that have become a bone of contention between the majority of the political blocs legislation."
The member of the Union forces to "take advantage of possible negotiations shuffle to discuss the controversial laws, passed in the House of Representatives."
Alloizi promised "wise initiative which aims to pending legislation of laws within a period of ninety days may possibly be an opportunity to end all differences and problems faced by the passing of these laws." 8%AA-%D8%AA%D8%AD%D8%B1%D9%81-%D8%A8%D9%88%D8%B5%D9%84%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A8%D8%B1%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%86-%D9%88%D8%AA%D8%B6%D8%B9-