Tayfur:
The duty of Parliament
monitor the performance of the government and the application of the Constitution to correct the political process
Baghdad / follow-up justice - 28/06/2012 - 11:41 PM | Hits: 23

Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives on Wednesday, that of the House of Representatives shall monitor the performance of the government and the application of the Constitution to correct the path of the political process.
This came during a meeting with Arif Tayfur in his office yesterday, Mr. Joshua Harris, Vice Consul Political U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, and also discussed the latest developments in the political arena, particularly the current crisis.
And said a press statement issued by the Office Tayfur, yesterday that "the two sides stressed the importance of concerted efforts between the forces and political blocs, because the turbidity of the atmosphere and the exchange of charges between the politicians will adversely affect the performance of the House and impede his work in the legislation of important laws that serve the citizen." The Bowl, "The House of Representatives has legislative power, and monitor the performance of his duty to the government and the application of the Constitution to correct the political process." For his part, Joshua concern among the American side about what is happening from the interactions and the outbreak of tension between the government and the House of Representatives, adding that "the U.S. Embassy will support any efforts in order to end the political crisis and provide possible assistance to stabilize the country." And Deputy Chairman of the Council to continue the Kurdistan Alliance for the success of his democratic experiment in Iraq, which is always trying to be close to the concerns of the people.
At the end of the meeting the two sides agreed on the importance of unification of the political discourse and to enable the House to perform its functions in order to overcome problems and obstacles and provide services to citizens and Mitmah the Iraqi street.

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