"citizen": We seek a constitutional amendment to set the state prime minister...
Iraq News Mass "citizen": We seek a constitutional amendment to set the state prime minister just two sessions
Posted 11/04/2012 12:13 PM
BAGHDAD - "squares of liberation" match the position of "Supreme Islamic Council in Iraq," led by Mr. Hakim, falls within the "National Alliance" that leads the current government, with the view of the Alttiaralsdra, the indispensability forcing Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's refusal to run for a third term.
The MP for the "mass of the citizen" representative of the Supreme Council in the Parliament, Ali inch "we always say that there are characters you can try their luck, and play their role, either stand-Maliki for a third session that is what we do not want, since there are a lot of failures, and therefore must go about another character, in the very least give a new experience." inch explained that the mandate of the Prime Minister requires a constitutional amendment, and "we will, because there will be changes in the Constitution and the laws in force, so that we can say that the prime minister for Atstmr more than two sessions." MP for the "mass of the citizens" to an inch with select the Iraqi constitution and the two terms of President of the Republic, leaving it open to those who have the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
He said the Kurdistan Alliance MP Qassem Mohammed that "the subject is up for a constitutional amendment and the possibility of some components of the National Alliance, the pressure inside the Parliament to achieve its goals, and the amendment process is not easy and requires a political consensus The consensus of Parliament."
and was one of the members of the "Liberal bloc" represented by the Sadrist movement and internalized within the National Alliance disclosed for providing a mass of a proposal is required Maliki's refusal to run for a third term, and the matching positions of power and the Supreme Council in this regard will be Maliki's allies of the leading opposition to his third term.