.....receipt of a proposed law of the mandate of the three presidencies.............
02:56:27 / 07/2012
Khandan - The Legal Committee in the Iraqi parliament, on receipt of the proposed law the mandate of the three presidencies (the Republic, Ministers, House of Representatives) two terms, saying it would discuss this proposal during the week.
A member of the National Alliance MP Hassoun Fatlawi in a statement to "Khandan": that the proposed law was forwarded from the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to the Legal Committee, and that the proposed law signed by the (133) deputies, attributing the cause of delay discussion of the law within the Commission was busy law number of provincial elections (36) and a general amnesty, saying the proposal is debated this week.
He stressed Fatlawi, the legality of a proposal to limit the jurisdiction of the three presidencies to two terms, because the Parliament is the legislator of the laws passed by what is contrary to law.
The independent MP Sabah al-Saadi had said earlier, that passing a law defining the mandates of the three presidencies, including the mandate of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's two sessions and retroactively, does not require a consensus of Parliament, but a simple majority (50 +1) the number of House members present.
Saadi said in a statement to "Khandan": We have a proposal to limit the jurisdiction of the three presidencies (the Republic, deputies, ministers) appendant signed (137) MPs from different political blocs, noting that the vote on the law does not require a consensus of Parliament, but to a simple majority, revealing the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to refer the proposed law to the Legal Committee, which will be examined Parliamentary during the next two days and report about it.
He stressed the independent MP, that the law recognizes retroactively because we do not want to Njdhir a dictator or a party, but we want a democratic system in the country and traded peacefully for the Authority to ensure the rights of citizens, noting that the law was passed to prevent keep the losers and the corrupt in power and Astnglalhm money power.
The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr had called earlier to determine the states of the three presidencies of the republic, the government and parliament, two sessions in order to avoid the emergence of "personal or party dictatorships."