Deputy for the rule of law holds a minister and political blocs failure to approve the rules of procedure of the Council of Ministers
Deputy blamed for a coalition of state law, the political blocs and Cabinet ministers in the delay in approving the rules of procedure of the Council.
The MP said Ihsan al-Awadi told all of Iraq [where] on Tuesday that "the responsibility not to deciding the issue of adoption of the rules of procedure of the Council of Ministers are the ministers of the Council themselves are Almssúlan for the delay not to develop mechanisms to vote on the bills and how to deal within the Council."
He added that "the current cabinet is working according to the rules of procedure of the old blocs agreed political upon which today is also responsible for failing to amend or update the rules of procedure for not urging or pressure on the ministers as representatives of them inside the cabinet, and it is known that the Prime Minister had said earlier the formation of a committee of relevant ministers to prepare a draft of the rules of procedure, taking into account the political consensus, provided that do not affect the performance and the powers of the board or interfere with it. "
The head of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi has accused the coalition of state law during his announcement giving up the presidency of the policy that is responsible for the failure to approve the rules of procedure of the Council of Ministers, also called the National Accord Movement headed by Allawi, to approve the Rules of Procedure of the Council of Ministers