Parl Legal explain reasons for postponement statutory amnesty Federal Court today
Parliamentary Legal explain the reasons for the postponement of a statutory declaration of amnesty of the Federal Court hearing today
Thu, 18 Feb 2016 15:42:37
Observer news / Baghdad
Parliamentary Legal Committee made it clear, on Thursday, the reasons for the postponement of a statutory declaration of amnesty of the Federal Court and the House of Representatives held a session today, as pointed out that the meeting next Saturday will vote on the law.
The committee member said Salim Shawki told / observer news / "The reasons that prompted the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to postpone the vote on the amnesty law notably objection National Coalition on paragraph confidential informant and the charges issued in this regard, as well as their intention to appoint a these issues to the legal and judicial competent bodies to revisit it, "pointing out that" the Liberal bloc demanded reconsideration on confessions taken from the accused through coercion. "
He added that "intercept members of the Kurdistan Alliance on the voting mechanism on the Law of the Federal Court unanimously is the most prominent reasons for the postponement of voting on it," noting that "the recent agreement on the Act provided for taking decisions on the points of contention between Arbil and Baghdad and set up a mechanism to vote by two thirds of time the extent of not than a month, since a unanimous vote is considered a disruption to the role of the Supreme Court. "
Shawki stressed that "the House of Representatives will begin voting on a legal amnesty the Federal Court at its next meeting scheduled for next Saturday."