|BAGHDAD - morning
resumed Commission Article 140 parliamentary work yesterday after selecting MP Mohsen Saadoun as its chairman. said coalition spokesman supporter Tayeb's (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network): "The committee formed by the House of Representatives on the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution and formed of 17 Vice chose today Muhsin al-Sadoun president and deputy bright Naji vice president. "said Tayeb that" the Comm03/09/2012 12:00 am
ission that disrupt work for a long time because of the dispute over the presidency began its work starting from yesterday, "adding that" the task of the Commission is to follow up and monitor the work of the implementation of Article 140 government and follow-up material scattered offices in the provinces, which includes the disputed area. " He continued: "The Kurdistan Alliance believes that direct the Commission to work is a positive step and a step forward for the implementation of article which constitutes a breakthrough between the provincial government and the federal government on the disputed areas." And holds a government committee to implement Article 140 of the Constitution relating to the disputed areas between the Federal Government and the Kurdistan region in the provinces of Nineveh and Diyala, Salahuddin, Kirkuk. Article (140) of the Constitution reads as follows: "First: The executive authority shall take the necessary steps to complete the implementation of the requirements of Article (58) of the Administrative Law for the transitional period, all subparagraphs. secondly : The responsibility placed upon the executive power in the transitional government, and stipulated in Article (58) of the Administrative Law for the Transitional Period, extend and continue to the executive authority elected under this Constitution, that it accomplishes completely (normalization and census and concludes with a referendum in Kirkuk and other disputed, to determine the will of their citizens) in a maximum period of the Thirty-first of December two thousand and seven. "