Parliament ends questioning the Commission and vote on conviction or not the answers next week {expanded}
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri said on Monday that the parliament would be interested in a session on Tuesday {Tuesday} next week, determine the question of their belief in the President of the Electoral Commission with answers Serbest Mustafa, after the completion of questioning at today's meeting.
According to a statement to the parliament, he received the agency {Euphrates News}, a copy of it, "it was an end to questioning the President of the Board of Commissioners of the Independent Electoral Commission process and the voice of the Federation of Iraqi parliamentarians law."
He explained that "at the outset of the meeting postponed the Presidency Commission at the request of the competent committee to vote in principle to the proposal of the executive law and submitted to meet the requirements of the change in the system of government in Iraq , the Legal Committee and in line with the foundations of the constitution of the distribution of powers between the federal authorities and non - federal and meet the requirements of the formation of the government in accordance with the firm foundations based on the assigned Constitution , the executive authority of the exclusive and common view of what is likely taking its mandate from the authorities assigned to the governorates not organized in a region. "
Council completed the "vote on the proposal of the Union of Parliamentarians Iraqis and submitted by the committees of civil and legal community and the affairs of the member and parliamentary development law in order to invest competencies and human capacities of the members of the Governing Council and members of the legislature and contribute to building legal formations consistent with the foundations of democracy and respect for the constitution and parliamentary development role for those in March parliamentary work in the provision of advice and participation in the upgrading of state institutions and in line with the spirit of the Constitution and the text. "
The Presidency Commission decided to postpone the vote on a proposed law amending the Companies Act No. 21 of 1997 as amended and submitted by the Committees of Tourism and Antiquities, the economy and investment at the request of the House of Representatives.
This was followed by MP Abbas al - Bayati , a statement on behalf of the Foreign Relations Committee on offending religious and national symbols