Vice-law accused of some of the blocks to block important bills in Parliament
Vice-law accused of some of the blocks to block important bills in Parliament [sound attachment]
Sunday, July 15, 2012 06:12
Accused the deputy of the State of Law coalition to block some political blocs to pass some important bills in the House of Representatives.
The MP said Salman al-Moussawi told all of Iraq [where] "We feel that there are bills task code such as a bill of Communications and Informatics, and other laws and that we insist on reading and legislation over the past days but there were some political forces determined to disrupt and delay."
He said, "Among the laws that Nasraly legislation and presented in the House Oil and Gas Law and the draft political parties law, which we know the existence of an amendment to certain paragraphs though it exists in the corridors of Parliament for more than a year."
This comes under the charge of the mutual accusations of MPs from various political blocs, the presence of her motives to weaken the role of the House of Representatives and marginalize political agendas and stand behind these motives.
Perhaps the most prominent of these charges between the government and the House of Representatives came after a push by some political blocs [Alliance of Kurdistan and the Iraqi List and the Sadrists] to question the prime minister Nuri al-Maliki in parliament in preparation for the withdrawal of confidence in him and the announcement of al-Maliki rejected these demands, saying that he "does not question, nor the issue of withdrawal of confidence only when correct development of the legislative institution, and wants to do this kind of work he has to correct the legal status of legislation, and address irregularities within Parliament and within the blocks that make up the Parliament; even go to question or ask another case of these issues. "
For its part, received the Presidency of the Council of Representatives in a statement that Maliki's remarks about the need to reform the legislative process before any withdrawal of confidence, or interrogation that everyone must respect the constitution should be through the presence of everyone in the Council of accountability or questioning at the request of the House of Representatives that. "
He also called al-Maliki said in a statement hours after the statement of the Presidency of Parliament, to the possibility of having to call for early legislative elections in the event of denied other political parties to sit at the table of dialogue [in reference to the political forces demanding the withdrawal of confidence in him and question him] This means that the dissolution of the House of Representatives the current.
Iraq is gripped by political crisis that lasted for several months due to the escalation of disputes between the political blocs on matters concerning the partnership in the state administration as well as other files, has resulted in the continuation of the crisis to the request of some political blocs to withdraw confidence from the al-Maliki, after several meetings were held in each of the governorates of Erbil and Najaf. Is over 17.