Hakim: Any person holding a position by proxy is lost constitutional legitimacy

2016-08-17 19:04:11 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Counting head of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al - Hakim, on Wednesday, each holder of a government position acting as a "lost constitutional legitimacy , " attributing the cause to a lack of access to a popular mandate through Parliament, as expressed support for the assignment of the Ministry of Interior to one of the characters "efficient" in the organization Badr.

Hakim said in a statement , " I did not talk too much reform , but we apply in practice and we've endured and endured our responsibilities and support the government despite our reservations on some of its positions and slow procedures , " stressing his support "to the assumption by the Interior Ministry for a efficient of our brothers in the Badr Organization figures as they electoral entitlement and this will strengthen the government 's power and effectiveness and gives the momentum that you need for the next stage. "

He added that "resolve the issue of special grades and management of the state acting as a cornerstone of the reform project can not imagine the success of any state and location sensitive administered outside of the laws in force , " adding that "whoever occupies a site proxy is lost constitutional legitimacy because he did not get the popular mandate through parliament ".

Hakim was called on more than one occasion to the closure of proxy appointments and accelerate file, also called for the formation of the political council and resolve the restructuring of the Electoral Commission.