Parliament approved the appointment of Kamran Messenger is capable member of the Justice and Accountability
Saturday 23 2012 10:51 GMT


Iraqi Council of Representatives approved on Saturday, set the Kurdistan Alliance candidate Kamran Messenger is capable member of the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice instead of Hossam Abdel Latif Jassim Nariman.


A parliamentary source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "House of Representatives voted today to appoint a majority of those present candidate of the Kurdistan Alliance Kamran Messenger is capable member of the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice instead of Hossam Abdel Latif Jassim Nariman."


The source, who asked not to be named, that "the Council of Ministers had already withdrawn the appointment of Hossam Abdel Latif Jassim Nariman."


The House of Representatives resumed on Saturday (June 23 now), held its first meeting after the recess legislative presence of 254 parliamentarians and the presidency of President Osama Najafi, with parliamentary source that the meeting will vote on the eight draft laws, most notably the Federal Court and the Supreme Judicial Council, as well as the appointment of Kurdistan Alliance candidate Kamran Messenger is capable member of the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice instead of Hossam Abdel-Latif.


Referred to the House of Representatives voted in (7 May 2012), a majority to form a Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice, which includes both the Falah Hassan Chanchal and Bakhtiyar Omar Mohiuddin, Hossam Abdul-Latif and Salah Muzahim Darwish, Faris Abdul Sattar vegetables and on behalf of Muhammad Yunus and Jabbar Hardan Salman.


It is noteworthy that the accountability and justice have been to many problems after the parliamentary elections that took place in (7 March 2010) after a series of criticisms and accusations made against them by some political blocs on how the inclusion of candidates ablation and agreement of the political blocs not to take its decisions to the Convention on Arbil, especially with regard to figures the Iraqi List, accountability procedures covered during the election period, and resulted in the assassination of the Executive Director of the Ali al-Lami, in (26 May 2011) to work heavily influenced by the cost, while Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Human Rights Minister Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese managed agency.



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