Article 140 Committee parliamentary hold its first meeting next week

9/19/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -

(Rn) chair of the committee to implement Article 140 in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Wednesday, that the committee will hold its first meeting next week and later held a meeting with the Committee senior government involved in this file. was Iraqi Council of Representatives has reduced earlier this month, the number of members of the Committee Parliamentary Interim follow-up article 140 of the constitution of 34 members to 17 members, was elected MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Mohsen Saadoun president and MP from the Sadrist bright Naji his deputy. said Mohsen Saadoun, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the parliamentary committee interim to follow Article 140, held its first meeting next week, and will begin its work in the follow-up mechanisms for the implementation of Article 140 of the Iraqi government. " said Saadoun "After that meeting, we will meet with the Supreme Committee for the implementation of Article 140, in order to see the work that the State Commission for near." and states Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution on the normalization of the situation in the province of Kirkuk and disputed areas in other provinces such as Nineveh and Diyala, and set period of time expired in the atheist and the thirtieth of December 2007 to implement all provisions in the said article of procedures. leaving material for the people of those areas of freedom of self-determination, whether survival and independent administrative unit or attached to Iraqi Kurdistan through a referendum, but the obstacles many have delayed the implementation of some basic items in the above-mentioned article for reasons politicians say the Kurds as political, while Baghdad says that the delay is deliberate, knowing that he already ministerial committee competent to apply Article , that carried out some paragraphs, such as compensation for those affected, have not been implemented mainly a referendum on the fate of the city. : Mohammed Abdul Rahman, see: Ihsan Aervani

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