Coalition forces: Reform Front , it became concerned with the overthrow of all three
Coalition forces: Reform Front , it became concerned with the overthrow of all three presidencies
BAGHDAD / long - Presse
State of Law coalition led by Nuri al-Maliki believes that the Council has introduced a holiday everyone in the "dormant legislative and blew up the dialogue efforts."
In turn, the Islamic Supreme Council denies the existence of a real political movement to resolve the outstanding issues in preparation for the healing of parliament, called the Alliance of Iraqi forces to hold an "extraordinary" session after the liberation of the city of Fallujah.
The House of Representatives has voted in a meeting last Sunday to extend legislative term, but returned two days later and decided to go to a legislative holiday until early next July.
The MPs have criticized the floundering of the Presidium of the parliament in the hearings, despite the disruption of quorum for the meetings, which was not completed until the last session, despite the participation of 15 deputies from the front Aslah.ottantzer political blocs that the Federal Court to decide, next Wednesday, appeals the legality of the two sessions (14 and 26 last April.
The Federal Supreme Court decided, at the last meeting held by the end of last May, to postpone consideration of the appeal submitted claims Bgelsta the House of Representatives until June 8 of the current. After the submission of the Committee of Experts tasked with auditing the records of controversial hearings.
He says Salah Abdul-Razzaq, a leader of a coalition of state law, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The holiday parliament introduced everyone in dormant legislative impact on the government," noting that "parliament is suffering from sharply divided and could not complete a single session."
He adds leadership of the coalition of state law, saying that "the announcement by the President of Parliament on the legislative recess to blow up all the dialogue efforts, including an initiative Maliki to reach an agreement between the reform front and the other party within the Council," pointing out that "Everyone is waiting for a decision to resolve the dispute over the legitimacy of the presidency of the Federal Court Council sessions held recently. "
In turn, Hamid Maaleh says, leader of the Supreme Islamic Council, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The invitations launched by politicians about the importance of healing the House of Representatives and find a motionless activist to overcome the challenges constitute a proof of the lack of real movement to resolve the outstanding issues and the extent of the great frustration various political and public sectors. "
He said that Maaleh that "everyone carries a great responsibility to restore hope in the hearts of the people in line with the significant progress on the security side."
And see the leader of the party, he said al-Hakim "recess were not strange being was disabled and did nothing as a result of division between the cafeteria and the courtroom," stressing that "the Iraqi people do not need to like such a parliament."
Furthermore, expresses MP Mohammad al-Karbouli, a leader of an alliance of Iraqi forces, regretted that some "political blocs prefer their interests to the interests of Iraq and its people. He stressed that" everyone should feel the terrorist threat that threatens Iraq represented Daash gangs. "
Karbouli and asserts that "the efforts made to satisfy the so-called deputies Front reform was futile and did not yield anything, because the hum became the overthrow of the three presidencies, not reform the political process as they claim."
He said the head of the solution parliamentary "We call on others to unite their efforts, and prepare for the convening of a special session after the liberation of Fallujah, to address the security situation and progress in the implementation of the reforms, to be far from the reform front, or the Federal Court could take the initiative to speed up the issuance of its decision to resolve the dispute between the parties."