The rule of law reveals the presence of 36 paragraphs in the Constitution, the subject of different political blocs

09.03.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Twilight News revealed a coalition of state law, on Friday, the presence of 36 paragraphs in the Iraqi constitution is a controversial political blocs, stressing that any amendment in the Constitution must take into account "to achieve social justice for all Iraqis without discrimination." The leader of the coalition of state law, Adnan OS for "Twilight News" that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said in several places to the existence of clauses in the Constitution should be amended, and there are 36 paragraphs vary by political blocs." and pointed out that "laws that put obstacles in front of the government's work, which was the reason for confusion relations with the provinces need to be amended, "adding," It is necessary to enact laws that further facilitate the work of the government and the established practices of democracy in the state. " Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has called for amending the Constitution the current to achieve the state of citizenship, the adoption of the basis of national belonging and the nation away from the rest of the spectrum, describing the the current government and the Constitution that they brown on the basis of a nationalist and sectarian. and Siraj stressed that "any amendment to the clauses in the Constitution must take into account to achieve justice for all Iraqis from discrimination." According to article 126 of Iraqi constitution first: - President of the Republic and the Cabinet together, or five 5 / 1 Members of Parliament, a proposal to amend the Constitution. Second: - may not be modified the basic principles contained in Part I, and the rights and freedoms set forth in Part II of the Constitution, but after two consecutive parliament cycles and based on a two-thirds members of the House of Representatives, the consent of the people in a general referendum and the endorsement of President of the Republic within seven days. as his

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