Kurdish flexible revive the hopes of the parliament in the wake of the Federal view ~
Kurdish flexible revive the hopes of the parliament in the wake of the Federal view darts blocs
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Federal Court will not resolve the "crisis of parliament" soon. So you see most of the political blocs on the eve of the first session of the court, which was announced a week ago, to consider claims of the appeal brought before it.
Despite the request of the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, the elimination of the need to accelerate to give its decision on the legitimacy crisis, but the political forces they started talking about the possibility of a new parliament to hold a hearing before the court to pronounce the final decision.
It announced the Information Office of the Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, said yesterday that the presidency of the Council formally decided to hold a session of parliament on Sunday.
And returned the flexibility in the Kurdish position, on the crisis in Baghdad, the hope of achieving a parliamentary session chaired by Salim al-Jubouri. While still in the opposition team (Reform Front) committed to the suspension of his presence until the elimination of the resolution of a legal matter.
The MP Ala Talabani, head of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc yesterday, said that the heads of Kurdish blocs decided to visit Baghdad next week to meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
She Talabani, in an interview, that "the Iraqi figures you visit the Kurdistan region to the Kurds agree to go back to Baghdad."
He met with a delegation from the team (Reform Front), the Kurdish leadership, earlier this week. "The head of parliament, Salim al visited the region twice to emphasize the importance of" the Kurdish role in the return of the Council of Representatives. "
Prime Minister also sent a delegation headed by al-Abadi on the Keywords MP and leader of the Dawa Party, two weeks before to Kurdistan, for "perfume the Thoughts of the Kurds," he said in a statement to the delegation.
Arafat, in turn, says Karam, MP for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, said that "would be futile to negotiate with al-Abadi, the latter has failed to deliver on previous promises."
It demands of the Kurds, since the first incident of storming Parliament, the end of last April, the need to give the prime minister, being the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, guarantees of non-repetition of what happened.
And re-demonstrators, mostly from Sadr's movement, to break into the green, two weeks after the first incident. The protesters entered the Cabinet Secretariat building, before they can be to get them out after a short time.
It is feared the Attorney Arafat Karam, said in an interview with the (range), "to be the third intrusion targeted the presidency." It is proposed to "negotiate and take guarantees this time from the National Alliance," citing that "Abadi did not meet his promises about the province and the salaries of the Peshmerga."
Deputies said the National Alliance, the second after the storming subjected to the Green Zone, said that what had happened could "blow up" efforts to resume parliamentary sessions again. It excluded the possibility of holding hearings again, before it settled "the Court" federal proceedings brought before it.
Federal-term and self
In the meantime it identified the judiciary, last week, on the 25th of the month of May (today), as the date for the first hearing on the appeal claims the last two sessions held parliament.
The Federal Supreme Court and directed a letter to all parties to challenge the constitutionality of the two sessions of Parliament meetings, lawsuits last month to submit their answers in accordance with legal terms so that resolved as soon as possible, stressing its n will be open for all, including the public.
And gave three ministers, who were dismissed at a hearing April 26, as well as three deputies from the protesters, appeals to the Federal Court to cancel the parliamentary session that saw the vote on the part of the ministerial cabin.
In the meantime, he expects MP Abdul Rahman Alloizi, a member of the reform front, that the "Federal Court to cancel two sessions of Parliament, April 14 (which saw the sacking of Salim al), and 26 of April."
He suggested Alloizi, in an interview with the (range), a compromise to break the political deadlock and the resumption of parliamentary sessions again, especially since "the federal decision may be delayed for months," according to the Attorney estimates.
The proposal included MP Front reform, "the composition of the temporary presidency of the parliament and the agreement of the political blocs to give Saleem al-Jubouri leave open, until the resolution of the Federal Court for the position."
Dependent member of the reform front in the proposed Article 11 of the Rules of Procedure of the House of Representatives, which reads as follows: "If you can not do the president or his deputies assume their duties from the presidency of the Council will be elected on a temporary basis by a majority of those present for the same session."
Alloizi and finds that "this proposal would keep the al-Jubouri in office without exercising his work, he will return to work in parliament, which could bring the parties to the demands of the Parliament: opposition and legitimacy."
To meet the head of the Kurdistan region
But MP Mohammad Nouri, a member of the "Front of reform," the delegation who visited Erbil recently and met with Massoud Barzani, said that "reform bloc, which includes 103 MPs insisting that the parliamentary sessions intersection pending a decision of the Federal Court."
He explained Nuri, in an interview with the (range), that "the front were not discussed with Barzani's return to parliament, but informed him of the goals of the front and remove some misunderstandings or distorted news that carry them."
MP from the opposition team revealed that the delegation also visited the leadership of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in Sulaimaniya, the leaders of the Kurdish bloc change.
For his part, MP said Karam, a member of Barzani's bloc, the latter told the delegation that the reform front "with the legitimacy represented by Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, until the Federal Court resolving the dispute."
Kurdish lawmaker believes that "dialogue between the political blocs, before deciding to go to the resumption of meetings of the Parliament, is the best solution", expressing fear of mass "of the lack of quorum is achieved with the protesters refused to attend the team."
To the expectation of a coalition of the wise that the Kurdish position is likely to tip the parliament sessions.
And saw the MP Hamdiya al-Husseini, in connection with the (range), that "the presence of Kurdish forces an important and influential in the return of Parliament. If this happens can we hold a new session."
But Husseini preferred if the review "reform team" positions and show some flexibility in order to restart the wheel blocking parliament since the beginning of May.
Predicted a member of the coalition of the wise, the Federal Court to take a long time to consider claims brought before them, saying, saying "it would be solved in one sitting."
The leader of the National Alliance, favored the convening of a new session of parliament on Sunday or Tuesday next, in light of the earlier agreement was between the Speaker of Parliament, Saleem al-Jubouri Shiite blocs.
As expected the leader, in an interview (long) on Sunday, to reach "five-member committee formed by the House of Representatives, recently, an understanding with the reform front." That hearings be held for one week, and then forwarded to the start of the legislative recess.