Khbayrkanona: Parliament shall not be dissolved during the period of interrogation al-Maliki
| On 2012-06-28 |

4:29 p.m.BAGHDAD / electronic integrity

He said the legal expert Mohammed al-Samarrai that he shall not dissolve the parliament during the period of questioning of the chief executive.

Samarrai said in a press statement received "integrity of electronic" copy of it today that "the constitutional principles that are enshrined in the constitution of 2005 and in Article 64 / I him that he dissolve the House of Representatives by an absolute majority of its members and at the request of a third of its members or at the request of Prime Minister with the consent of the President or dissolve the House of Representatives during the period of questioning of the Prime Minister. "

Samarrai said in a press statement received "integrity of electronic" copy of it today that "the constitutional principles that are enshrined in the constitution of 2005 and in Article 64 / I him that he dissolve the House of Representatives by an absolute majority of its members and at the request of a third of its members or at the request of Prime Minister with the consent of the President or dissolve the House of Representatives during the period of questioning of the Prime Minister. "

Samarrai said, "This constitutional principle taken by the constitutions of most democratic countries, which gives the Legislature and the Executive Mottagabla weapon is between the withdrawal of confidence from the government, which usually starts between the interrogation and the dissolution of the House of Representatives at the request of the government."

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced that he would call early parliamentary elections out of the current political crisis.


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