Vote on the Law of the National Council of tribes in the next legislative term
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Twilight News / Deputy for the rule of law, on Tuesday, that the next legislative term will vote on the Law of the National Council of Iraqi tribes, stressing at the same time that the law does not conflict with the Constitution and get rid of the tribal traditions that intersect with the law.
Said Mohammed Chihod in an interview with "Twilight News" that "the law of the National Council of the tribes of Iraq defines the work of the tribes in the whole of Iraq, tribes component is very important and supportive of stability and security and paying the political process for the imam should be the enactment of its own."
He added that "this law is ready, and will read the first and second readings in the next legislative term," stressing "the intention to make the law includes all the tribes, to contribute positively in the political process."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has called on the middle of last October during a meeting with a delegation of tribal leaders and elders of Sadr City to the formation of a national higher for the families of Iraqi organizes the structural performance of all the tribes on a national basis and constitutionality, in order to have the supporting role of state institutions and into a unit to build a coherent , according to a statement by the prime minister.
He Chihod that "any law, whether tribes or other, is not prescribed when it conflicts with the Constitution of Iraq, we do not want to know that overcomes the law, but that is adapted to it and supports local governments and the central government to serve the political process," pointing out that the law "will do all Institutions that serve the political process does not intersect with the law, customs and other trim that intersect with the law, at the same time. "
"We want Our clan and tribes all operate under the law and that do not intersect with it, and sift between the norms that keep pace with the law does not intersect with it," adding that "those who are engaged to write the law and legislation, taking into consideration the need to respect Iraqi law and its importance and its applications."
Prior to the first of the Republic of Iraq in 1958 that abolished the tribal law and ruled on the authority of the tribe turned to the political and social body rural one can refer to for advice, while some say that the political vacuum created by the former regime, reminiscent of tribal influence.
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