Congress' legislative weaknesses return to the quota system

December 9th, 2015

"Deputies" to return the legislative weaknesses quotas
Promised urgent decisions impede the work of the executive bodies
BAGHDAD - Osama success:
He confirmed a coalition of state law, that the decisions made by the legislature is not an attempt to earn the spotlight, but come to address the situation related to estimated direct the fate of the community and the desires and needs to parliamentary follow-up, and in the view of the call to organize inside the block that those decisions are issued for informational purposes, noting that "parliament unable to engage all blocs in the government, a legal expert explained that the country now stands in urgent need not only to legislation but ordinary legislative revolution through the termination of the previous legislation which are no longer aligned with current and future stage.
MP for the coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati said that "the decisions of the parliament issued on specific topics are decisions reveal to the government the legislative authority and trends in the application of those decisions."
Bayati said in his interview to the newspaper '' the morning of the new '' that "parliament when they make a certain decision is the follow-up to the demands of the implementation of this resolution and the extent of sticking to it."
He explained that "decisions made by the legislature to try to win the spotlight, but processors are linked to the case directly about the fate of the society and desires is not a binding executive authority and lacking mechanisms for implementation and that the responsibility of the executive branch."
For his part, Chairman of the call Bloc organization inside Ali al-Badri, that "everyone knows that the oversight role of Parliament laggard because of the quota system."
He said al-Badri told the '' new morning '' that "Parliament is unable to collect the signatures of 20 deputies to question the minister or to make some changes in that institution.
"The decisions made by the Parliament informational only although it is binding but there is no follow up implementation of the absence of a Sergeant and accountant," noting that "the problem is not the decisions, but mismanagement."
For her part, MP for the National Coalition parliamentary olive-Dulaimi said that "decisions made by the legislature become binding after three months of issuance."
She said al-Dulaimi told the '' morning new '' that "the role of parliament a legislative and regulatory laws and resolutions in force and implementation of the duty of the executive branch," indicating that "the legislative authority tasked with monitoring the extent of the application of the items making the case reached the degree of force."
She explained that "the decisions issued by the Parliament need time to time specified Alyovq passage of the law to become effective and binding on the government," noting that "the entry into force of the relevant committees waiting for decisions to be after the implementation of the follow-up by the executive branch."
And to that explained legal expert Hashim Bahadli newspaper '' the morning of the new '' that "the country as it stands it is an urgent need not only to legislation unusual but legislative revolution through the termination of the previous legislation which are no longer aligned with current and future stage whether the former regime or later of legislation or rejected by the needs and values ​​of certain outdated and overtaken by social and intellectual values.
Bahadli said that "the House of Representatives to change some of the laws or taking ideas deferred to the laws of the previous session, including the oil and gas laws, and the Council of Federal service, and labor laws and health insurance being the fundamental laws of society and orientations.