The rule of law reveals the request of 25 deputies to convene a special session to di
Sumerian News / Baghdad
Revealed a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki on Saturday, to submit an application signed by 25 deputies to the Presidency of the Parliament to hold a special meeting to discuss the "violations" of constitutional and administrative boss Osama Najafi, indicating that the signatories of Representatives belonging to different political blocs.
The leader of the coalition, Kamal Saadi said in an interview for a number of media including the "Sumerian News" within the parliament, he was "25 MPs have made a request to the Presidency, Parliament, today, calling for a special session to discuss the violations of constitutional and administrative exercised by the Chairman of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi. "
Saadi added that "the signatories of the House of Representatives this request are from different political blocs," adding, "We are waiting for convening this special meeting to discuss those violations," without giving further details.
The MP for the coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi, announced on Friday (June 22, 2012), that past in his quest to remove the President of the House of Representatives, and confirmed that he will be sacked if sufficient votes have been collected for it.
The head of the Iraqi parliament Osama Najafi, in the June 21, 2012, no objection to a request for dismissal if there were enough votes for that, as called for respect of applications submitted to the vote of no confidence by the Presidency of the Parliament, it was considered that there is no management will continue under the democratic system.
The leader of the coalition of state law, Kamal Saadi revealed in (22 last May), for the collection of signatures of 163 deputies to remove House Speaker Osama Najafi from office, attributing the cause to the "incompetence" in the management of parliamentary sessions and hampered the work of the government.
As a source in the National Alliance, the same day, that the coalition made a decision to withdraw confidence from the House of Representatives Speaker Osama Najafi, "to execute a foreign agenda harmful", and that the alliance is Nujaifi responsible for the political crises in the country "and weaken the ability of the state," pointing out that will be invited to Iraq for the nomination of a replacement, at the time a legal expert said that the Parliament is entitled to dismissal of its president after a vote of 163 deputies to do so.
Meanwhile, announced the Kurdistan Alliance, on 23 May 2012, he will not participate dismissal of the President of parliament, Osama Najafi in the case before the vote, stressing that Najafi did not violate the Constitution nor the law, and considered that the issue of dismissal is an attempt to divert attention from the meetings of Erbil, Najaf and the escalation of the crisis by the State of the law.
Also confirmed the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, in the 23 May 2012, that talk of coalition rule of law for the collection of 163 signatures to remove House Speaker Osama Najafi evidence of "political bankruptcy", in what was considered that the signatures were collected in the Iranian parliament.
The country has seen political crises notably the claims of a number of blocks which the Sadrists and the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, while MPs warn of a State law, led by al-Maliki, the consequences of this step on the political process.
And threatened President Jalal Talabani, who is subject to medical tests in Germany, on 16 June,, to resign if forced to change his convictions, and when he said that his office requires impartiality and unity. http://translate.google.com/translat...F-1-43503.html NOTE : Constitution of Iraq ; Article 61 C. A member of the Council of Representatives, with the agreement of twenty-five members, may direct an inquiry to the Prime Minister or the Ministers to call them to account on the issues within their authority. The debate shall not be held on the inquiry except after at least seven days from the date of submission of the inquiry.