Baghdad, July 13 (Rn) - The State of Law Coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Friday the request of some political blocs enactment of a law to limit the jurisdiction of the three presidencies of the two sessions targeted the owners of the project after the failure of the interrogation and the withdrawal of confidence.

Maliki Declared free of the mass of the Sadrist movement on Thursday for submission of the proposed law site of 100 deputy's mandate includes the identification of the three presidencies of the Republic, ministers, MPs for two sessions only.

The provision of the proposed law after less than ten days the invitation launched by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the House of Representatives to vote on the law sets out the mandates of the three presidencies two sessions to avoid what he described as "dictatorships."

The leader of the coalition, Salman al-Moussawi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "after a failure in the process of questioning and the withdrawal of confidence from the al-Maliki has prompted some parties to bring the issue of the mandate of the three presidencies to curtail the role of al-Maliki to be considered if the run for a third session will receive the highest votes."

He explained that Moussaoui "the proposed law that was presented to determine the mandate of the three presidencies born dead, the Constitution explicitly specify the mandate of President four years and leave the door open to the Prime Minister."

He continued that "the collection of signatures and try to enact a law to limit the jurisdiction of the three presidencies is a violation of the constitution which stressed the inadmissibility of the enactment of the exclusion," noting that "the trend comes after the failure of a project to question al-Maliki and the withdrawal of confidence about him."

And supports the demands of the Iraqi List, Sadrists establishing the mandate of Prime Minister and the compatibility of opinion on the justification for the enactment of the mandate of the presidencies.

Article 72 of the Iraqi constitution to define the mandate of President four years, and may be re-elected for a second term only, while the Constitution refers also to that required in the Prime Minister shall be the President of the Republic, however, that the Constitution did not specify the number of states of the Prime Minister.

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