04/09/2012 02:41

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network - said the Chairman of the Commission on Article 140 parliamentary Muhsin al-Sadoun said his committee formed according to the electoral benefit for each block, and as he emphasized that objections to the formation of the committee is normal, revealed the possibility of involving a representative of the Kurds from Kirkuk province substitute for a representative of the Kurds three.

Sadoun said for (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network) that "objections raised after the formation of the Commission of Article 140 did not enable misplaced on the grounds that any committee formed taken election dues, then anyone can add another committee of non-electoral entitlement."

He added that "the National Alliance won eight seats and six seats and Iraqi Kurdistan Alliance three seats in the elections and within tired formula in the formation of committees in the House of Representatives."

"We aspire to add representatives from each of the required added in committee but adding other people will make other blocs as additional," noting that "it is possible that represents the Kurdistan Alliance can replace one of the members of the Committee another member for the province of Kirkuk, a domestic affair of the Alliance" .

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. Second: 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 territories to determine the will of their citizens) in length maximum XXXI of the month of December the year two thousand and seven. "