Iraqi action to end the draft law establishing the mandate the Prime Minister

04.02.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
(Rn) confirmed the Iraqi List, said on Monday it had completed an application to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to enact a law defines the mandate of the Prime Minister to two terms, the situation up like a key of the Council and the Republic, to be submitted in the first session of the House of Representatives this week.

He said the Iraqi leader Hamid al-Mutlaq told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) announced today that "the request for inclusion of the draft law to regulate the mandate of the Prime Minister is not aimed at political party or certain personal, but regulating the work of the prime minister and set periods which is chaired by the Prime Minister during the two sessions only to reduce the manifestations of dictatorship."

Article 72 of the Iraqi Constitution to be determined by the mandate of President four years and may be re-elected for a second term only, while Article 77 as required in the Prime Minister shall be the President but the Constitution did not specify the number of states of the Prime Minister. and between al-Mutlaq, a leader in a cluster of national dialogue headed by Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, who has been frozen powers that "Iraq will demand supported by the majority of the political blocs to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives in the first meeting of the Council on the fifth of this month."

The Committee emphasized the legal representative that the Iraqi constitution did not oppose the taking of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's candidacy for a third term. He explained that "the mandate of the Prime Minister are necessary to support the political process forward and maturing of the democratic project in the country, not against the Dawa party or person-Maliki because the continuation of this issue without the law determined by the affect of course the entire political process."

The Constitution provides for the identification mandate of the Prime Minister as so stipulated on the mandate of the President of the Republic established by in two, which means that it will not be entitled to President Jalal Talabani's candidacy for the post, which is being handled now, after the next elections in 2014. accuses the existing Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's exclusivity decision political and security situation in the country, with accused by his deputy, Saleh al-Mutlaq, a leader in Iraq to "dictator", a term used by politicians to describe the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. and attribute his coalition, the charges against its leader by the Iraqi List, to the absence of understanding of the Constitution which granted in paragraphs powers of the Prime Minister as driving the Iraqi armed forces, and authorized the Council of Ministers headed by the responsibility of drawing political country's foreign. indicates National Alliance, which belongs to al-Maliki that the issue of the mandate of the Prime Minister did not come up in meetings of the coalition so far. and confirm all the political blocs that there is a need to make adjustments in the Iraqi Constitution guarantees decoding ambiguity in the interpretation of some of its articles, but the amendment process requires a political consensus is the other. From: Mohammed Tayeb, the Open: Fadi Zeidan

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