Preparatory Committee: Sunday's meeting will discuss the problems of the legislative, executive and judicial

2/15/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Sumerian News / Baghdad confirmed the Preparatory Committee for the meeting of the National, Wednesday, that the meeting next Sunday will discuss the problems of the legislature and Altiveh and judiciary, noting that it would end its work within two or three, considered that today's meeting was positive. A member of the National Alliance MP Bahaa al-Araji through press conference held at Parliament House and attended by "Alsumaria News", "Meeting of the Preparatory Committee for the day was positive, during which the exchange of papers and presented each sheet containing the participants, have entered the details we did not in previous meetings," noting that "we discussed Multi principles, and we agreed that the Constitution is the line of red can not be bypassed or jump on it. " Araji said that "the conferees agreed to be put at a meeting next Sunday the problems of three, the first is the legislative branch and its problems, then the executive, and after judicial," stressing that "This does not mean to interfere with the judiciary, but it is a possibility of solving problems as much as it came to the government and the House of Representatives to enact laws." He al-Araji, that "will be directed by the participants of agreements Erbil and brought him papers of the Iraqi List and the National Alliance of them, and placed in specific levels, and then we discuss the controversial, a very few, "adding that" what has been reached during a meeting today, nothing advanced. " He al-Araji, that "the Commission will not interfere with the details of things, because it will put the table or the problems of disagreement at all levels and go to the institutions to solve them, for example problems of legislative power to be the prerogative of the presidency of parliament, which put the tools and the time limit to solve them, and so the rest of the problems, "noting that" the Commission will complete its work during the two or three only, and then report to the presidencies. " He al-Araji, a deputy from the Sadrist movement , falls within the National Alliance, that "the time come up with the heads of the blocks and the search for consensus is over," noting that "solutions will be in accordance with the Constitution and that this is the vision of the two communities and the National Alliance." The leader of the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman said in an interview earlier today, "the Sumerian News "for the end of the meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference which was held at Parliament House today, saying that he had discussed all the papers presented by the masses, as pointed out that the meeting agreed to hold another meeting next Sunday. began on Wednesday (February 15, 2012), the Preparatory Committee National Conference to hold its meeting at Parliament House under the chairmanship of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi. and it was agreed by representatives of the political blocs during the meeting of the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference which was held in (February 12, 2012), in the House of Representatives to convene a meeting on Wednesday to set the agenda of the National Congress. and announced the list Iraqi forces led by Ayad Allawi, after the meeting that the paper included the two axes, one handle files that erupted on the impact of the recent crisis the arrests that took place in Diyala and the issue of targeting the vice-presidents Tareq al-Hashemi, Minister, Saleh al-Mutlaq, noting that the axis the other implies that the agreements are in Arbil, a major anchor for the agenda of National Congress. denied the Iraqi statement made ​​by the head of the Liberals of the Sadrist movement Bahaa al-Araji, in (February 13, 2012) on its response to the request not to include the issues of al-Hashemi and al-Mutlaq at the national meeting, noting that one can not speak on its behalf, while the renewed emphasis that the paper submitted to the Preparatory Committee meeting includes four tracks, including the issues of al-Hashemi and al-Mutlaq. announced the Preparatory Committee of the National Conference at the meeting, in (February 6, 2012), to agree not to politicize the judiciary and the representation of all components of Iraqi society fully in the political process, while asked President Jalal Talabani, the Commission developed a road map to continue the political process in the framework of the Constitution and agreements Erbil. referred to the Committee which was formed in order to boot to meet the national expanded had held its first meeting in the presence of the President and the Prime Minister and Chairman of the House of Representatives on 15 January 2012. was President Jalal Talabani and parliament Osama Najafi agreed during a meeting held in the province of Sulaymaniyah, in (27 December 2011), to hold a national conference of all political forces to address issues related to governance, the state and develop solutions to the crisis has, in rejection of the National Alliance Conference held in Kurdistan , stressing the need to take place in Baghdad, and called for the support and keep the issue of Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi for politicization. It is noteworthy that Iraq is a major political crisis is the first after the American withdrawal, on the back of issuing an arrest warrant against the vice president the leader of the Iraqi List, Tariq al-Hashimi, after accused of supporting terrorism, and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a request to parliament to withdraw confidence from the Vice President Saleh al-Mutlaq, the leader of the Iraqi List, also, after the description of the last of the owners as a "dictator does not build," which prompted Iraq to suspend its membership in the Council of Ministers and House of Representatives, and submit a request to the Parliament of no confidence in Maliki, before you decide on (January 29, 2012) Back to the Council of Representatives, as announced in (February 6, 2012) that the components have agreed to end the County Council of Ministers and the return of all its ministers to attend the meetings of the Council.

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