Iraq: No owners have the right to appoint judges and leaders covered accountability

On: Wednesday 09/12/2012 09:50 am

 Baghdad / term
considered the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has no right to appoint members of the judiciary and security leaders covered accountability and justice without parliamentary approval, as pointed out that the decision of appointment is linked to business except from those actions. added Mulla that "the decision of appointment is linked to business except the law," adding that "this is not adhered to by the Prime Minister." Mulla pointed out that "Article 135 / III of the Constitution stipulates that requires nomination for president

The spokesman said the list Haider Mulla during a press conference held yesterday, the parliament building and attended the "long", he was "not entitled to the Prime Minister appoint members of the judiciary or security chiefs covered by the provisions Justice and Accountability Law without obtaining the approval of the Council of Representatives on a resolution exception Before appointment of such person or agency. "

The President and the members of the Council of Ministers and the Chairman and members of the House of Representatives and the Chairman and members of the Federation Council and sites corresponding regions and members of the judiciary, that is not covered by the de-Baathification law. "

The Iraqi List, led by Iyad Allawi disclosed, on September 4, 2012, it submitted a request to the Justice and Accountability Commission to include 25 officers in the Ministry of Defense and the Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council Medhat al-Mahmoud proceedings, as he emphasized that some of the officers occupy senior positions in the Office of the Adjutant General of the Armed Forces.

He also called for Maliki to speed up the legislation laws on political parties and ban the Baath Party and approve the allocations infrastructure and lift the immunity of MPs wanted to eliminate, while Re Najafi, accusing the Council of Ministers not to implement constitutional requirements that enable Parliament to perform his duties, as he emphasized that 15 bill was withdrawn and the patient Pthariaha.

Observers believe that the political crisis and claims to withdraw confidence from Maliki began Balhlhalh especially after the decline of the Sadrist movement for his position, and the formation of the National Alliance for Reform Commission made paper of 70 items notably resolving the mandate of the three presidencies and security ministries and the balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and state bodies different.

It is noteworthy that the ruling U.S. civil administrator Paul, decided after the entry of U.S. troops in 2003, to resolve the Baath Party, which was led by Saddam, and formed a committee called "de-Baathification committee," and then the name was changed to the accountability and justice, also issued in May of 2003 a decision dissolve the army with its affiliated institutions.