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Iraq has no parliament in the custody of a government with broad powers

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Iraq has no parliament in the custody of a government with broad powers

Post  RamblerNash on Sun Jul 01, 2018 11:22 am

Iraq has no parliament in the custody of a government with broad powers

Could justify a military coup or the formation of an emergency government ...

01/07/2018 - 15:46 Iraq



Iraq entered the legislative vacuum on Sunday, the day after the end of the parliament's day yesterday, and became in the hands of the government, which now enjoys broad political powers.

Iraq had passed such tests during the previous two governments in 2010, where the government remained without a parliamentary cover for about 8 months until the formation of the government of Nuri al-Maliki II, and in 2014 the government remained for about three months until the formation of the current Haider Abadi government.

According to legal expert Tariq Harb, «the current government will continue to exercise its full powers and in all fields, areas and authorities». "The process of legislation and oversight is related to the next parliament," Harb said.

Many had published excerpts and calls and called for demonstrations to counter what they considered a constitutional vacuum that could justify a military coup or the formation of an emergency government. But the Ministry of the Interior announced its rejection of any demonstration without taking the fundamental approvals from the official authorities.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/iraq/448439
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