Parliamentary Legal: redrawing provincial boundaries will include the districts of ..
Parliamentary Legal: redrawing provincial boundaries will include the districts of Nukhayb Rahhaliyah and Ain al-Tamur : Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed Sunday that the law re-demarcation of provincial boundaries covered by Article 140 would include areas Nukhayb Rahhaliyah appointed dates in Anbar province, indicating that this law will restore the boundaries of these provinces to what it was before 1968.
Committee Chairman Khalid Shwani in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Law redrawing provincial boundaries covered by Article 140, includes changes is fair during the former regime of administrative boundaries of the provinces and districts, counties, all of which was character politician," noting that "the law will include districts The aspects that disengage from the province were appended to another province such as the districts of Nukhayb Rahhaliyah appointed dates and some of the changes in central and southern Iraq. "
He Huani that "This law will restore the administrative boundaries of the provinces that have been changed since 1968 and until 2003, to what it was," adding that "it was a study of this law in the Legal Committee and sent to the Presidency Council of Representatives for a vote in future meetings."
The Legal Committee of the House of Representatives announced, earlier on Sunday (14 October 2012), for approval of the draft law redrawing the administrative boundaries of the provinces covered by Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution submitted by President Jalal Talabani in the month of October of last year .
The Council of Karbala student repeatedly return areas Nukhayb Rahhaliyah to maintain as part of the justice appointed dates (85 km west of Karbala), and that if applied Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution, pointing out that the two regions were added to Anbar province by the former regime after uprising in the year 1991.
Talabani made in October of 2011, a bill to Parliament to redraw administrative boundaries of the provinces covered by Article 140 of the Constitution to what it was before the change.
The proposal provides for Talabani to cancel all decrees of the former regime on the administrative border of the cities and towns and return to normal before 1968, the year when the Baath Party came to power in Iraq.
If it were law enforcement, many of the provinces covered by the law will lose large tracts large territory, especially, Salahuddin province, which did not exist before 1968 and formed the decision of the regime of Saddam Hussein early seventies of the last century after the annexation of some districts and areas to the provinces of Baghdad, Kirkuk .
The convergence of Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution and sensation among political blocs as many MPs believe that the constitutional rule has ended, while insisting the Kurdistan Alliance as existing work is not over.
Article 140 on the normalization of the situation in the province of Kirkuk and disputed areas in other provinces, such as Nineveh and Diyala, and set a time limit expired in the atheist and the thirtieth of December 2007 to implement all provisions in the said article of procedures, also left for the people of those areas of freedom of self-determination, whether by staying The independent administrative unit or attached to Iraqi Kurdistan through a referendum, but the obstacles many have delayed the implementation of some basic items in the above-mentioned article for reasons politicians say the Kurds it political, while Baghdad says the delay is a deliberate, knowing that he already ministerial committee competent to apply Article , that carried out some paragraphs, such as compensation for those affected, have not been implemented mainly a referendum on the fate of the city.
And supports the Kurds strongly the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution, while showing a section of Arabs and Turkmen in Kirkuk and other areas, in protest at the implementation, for fear of possible annexation of oil-rich province to the Kurdistan region of Iraq, after being accused of Kurdish parties to bring hundreds of thousands of Kurdish population of the city to change its identity demographic, by the former regime, others may also bring hundreds of thousands of Arabs of them, in the seventies and eighties of the last century, under a policy of Arabization applied in these areas at the time.