The Council of Representatives, including the following:
Nor a: legislation federal laws.
Second: Monitoring the performance of the executive branch.
Third, the election of the President.
Fourth: Regulating the ratification process of international treaties and conventions, the law enacted by a majority of two thirds of the House of Representatives.
Fifth: Approving the appointment of:
A. The President and members of the Federal Court of Cassation, the Chief Public Prosecutor, the President of Judicial Oversight Commission,
Absolute majority, based on a proposal by the Supreme Judicial Council.
B. Ambassadors and those with special grades, a proposal from the Council of Ministers.
C Chief of Army Staff, his assistants, who are the rank of division commander and above, and intelligence chief,
Based on the proposal of the Council of Ministers.
A. Questioning the President of the Republic at the request of a reasoned, an absolute majority of members of the House of Representatives.
B. Relieving the President of the Republic, an absolute majority of members of the House of Representatives after being convicted by the Federal Supreme Court, in one of the following cases:
1 Perjury of the constitutional oath.
2 violation of the Constitution.
A. A member of the House of Representatives be directed to the Prime Minister, ministers, questions on any subject within their specialty, and each of them to answer questions from members, and only the right to comment on the answer.
B. may be the twenty-five members in at least members of the House of Representatives, propose a general topic for discussion, to clarify the policy and the performance of the Council of Ministers, or a ministry, and submit to the Chairman of the House of Representatives, and the prime minister or the ministers set a date to come before the House of Representatives to discuss it.
C. A member of the House of Representatives, with the consent of twenty-five members, may direct an interpellation to the Prime Minister or the Minister, to hold them accountable for the affairs under their specialty, and are not questioned in the discussion only after at least seven days of its submission.
Eighth: Withdraw Confidence
A. The Council of Representatives may withdraw confidence from a minister by absolute majority, and is resigning from the date of the withdrawal of confidence may not be raising the issue of confidence in a Minister, but based on his desire, or request signed by fifty members after an interpellation addressed to him, and Council shall issue its decision on the request except after at least seven days from the date of submission.
1. for the President of the Republic may submit a request to the Council of Representatives to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister.
2. for the House of Representatives, at the request of five (fifth) of its members to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister, may not be submitted this request except after an interpellation addressed to the Prime Minister, and after at least seven days of submitting the application.
3. Decides Council of Representatives may withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister by an absolute majority of its members.
C. is the ministry resigned in case of withdrawal of confidence from the Prime Minister.
D. In case of no-confidence vote of the entire Council of Ministers, continue to the Prime Minister and ministers in their positions to run everyday business for a period not exceeding thirty days, until the formation of new cabinet in accordance with the provisions of Article (76) of this Constitution.
E. House of Representatives, the right to question independent commission heads in accordance with the procedures related to the Ministers, and has exempted by an absolute majority.
(A) Approving the declaration of war and the state of emergency two-thirds majority, based on the joint request of the President, the Prime Minister.
To declare a state of emergency for a period of thirty days, extendable after approval each time.
C. The Prime Minister the necessary powers that enable him to run the country during the period of the declaration of war and emergency, the law governing these powers, not inconsistent with the Constitution.
D shows the Prime Minister to the parliament, the measures taken and results, during the period of the declaration of war and a state of emergency, within fifteen days from the date of expiry.
First: dissolve the Chamber of Deputies, by an absolute majority of its members, at the request of a third of its members, or a request from the Prime Minister and approval of the President of the Republic, may not be dissolved during the period in question the Prime Minister.
Second: invite the President of the Republic, upon the dissolution of the House of Representatives, general elections in the country during a maximum period of sixty days from the date of dissolution, The Council of Ministers in this case have resigned, and continues to run daily.
Section II: Council of Ministers
First: The costs of the President, the parliamentary candidate of the most numerous, the formation of the Council of Ministers, within fifteen days from the date of the presidential election.
Second: The Prime Minister-designate, nominate members of his cabinet, during a maximum period of thirty days from the date of commissioning.
Third, the president assigns, a new candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, within fifteen days, if the prime minister-designate in the formation of the ministry, within the period specified in clause "Second" section of this article.
Fourth: The President of the Council of Ministers in charge, the names of members of his cabinet and the ministerial program, the House of Representatives, and is the holder of trust, upon approval of the individual Ministers and the ministerial program, an absolute majority.
Fifth: The President of the Republic shall charge another nominee to form a cabinet within fifteen days in case the Cabinet does not win confidence.
First: The President of the Republic, the acting prime minister, when the position is empty for any reason whatsoever.
Second: If the case provided for in clause "First" of this Article, the President shall charge another nominee to form a cabinet within a period not exceeding fifteen days, and in accordance with the provisions of Article (76) of this Constitution.
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