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Post by claud39 on Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:40 am

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13 August, 2019



The Iraqi parliament is preparing for a hot legislative chapter: indicators of new alliances… Baghdad - Peace dry, Baraa al-Shammari Iraqi-perleman






During its first legislative year, the Iraqi parliament was unable to agree on important legislation, notably the federal court law, the oil and gas law, the freedom of expression law, and the “Where do you get this?” (Graft) law. The House of Representatives was also unable to activate its right to question ministers in the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi because of sharp political differences, while the legislature is expected to face a new round of disagreements over the mechanisms to deal with Article 140 of the Constitution (on the disputed areas), which the Kurds stress their application MPs and other political forces.

All this led politicians and parliamentarians to talk about the possibility of a new political map of parliamentary alliances. Informed parliamentary sources told the "New Arab", that the Iraqi political forces used the occasion of Eid al-Adha to hold bilateral meetings in Najaf and Baghdad during the past two days, to discuss the issue of delay in the adoption of important laws and the preservation of political blocs on them, and the use of a weapon to break the quorum, as well as Discuss the performance of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi. 

According to a member of parliament from the Reform Alliance, meetings brought together political leaders in the Fatah and Reform Coalitions on the occasion of Eid, during which they discussed the importance of passing laws deported from the first legislative chapter. He added that the laws of the Federal Court, oil and gas, and the file of Article 140 and the interrogation of ministers in the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, the most prominent what awaits parliament in its new legislative chapter in early September.

Abdul Mahdi, for his part, was performing Eid al-Adha prayers away from Ammar al-Hakim in the Jadriya area of ​​Baghdad, where they used to be an annual, which was considered an indication of the coolness of the relationship between the two men recently after al-Hakim went to the option of the opposition and adopted protests against the government last July.

 Officials in Baghdad also confirmed that the latter had been given the green light by questioning his ministers by parliament. According to the same sources, Abdul Mahdi considered it a parliamentary right, but it is also the right of parliament to approve the alternative candidate for any minister from which the withdrawal of confidence quickly, which is considered the desire of the Prime Minister to make amendments will be the first to his government since taking office in October Last October.

The importance of laws that should be enacted in the House of Representatives prompted MP Raad al-Dahlaki to call for the use of political rapprochement between some powers of the legislature to vote on important laws, especially the Federal Court Law, which requires a two-thirds majority to pass, because it is a constitutional law and represents the backbone of the political process. He pointed out in an interview with the "new Arab", to the existence of other controversial laws, but they should not spoil the friendliness issue, pointing out that it must be viewed from different angles aimed primarily at the correction and pass.

Al-Dahlaki pointed out that Article 140 of the Constitution ended and died years ago, but things in the disputed areas must not be left unresolved, and must be sitting at the same table in order to develop a common vision for these areas. He expected that the next legislative chapter will see new alliances and laws and decisions more severe than the last stage because everything is based on interests and visions.

In turn, the member of parliament from the opposition movement wisdom, Hassan Fadam, in a statement to the "new Arab" that a change involving political alliances within the parliament. He pointed to the presence of forces supporting the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi as the "conquest and others and the Kurdistan Democratic Party" has continued to support, while other blocs announced their going to the opposition as the "stream of wisdom," pointing out that other forces such as the "coalition of the rule of law" and forces "Sunni Arab ”, Monitors the situation with caution. 

He continued that "the next legislative chapter will see many issues, the most important of which are the Federal Court Law, the Freedom of Expression Law, and other laws such as oil and gas, as well as interrogations and hosts for a number of ministers," stressing that the most important priorities of parliament to discuss the government program that was prepared by the government, which The audit showed that the rates of achievement in it are much lower than the advertiser, and expected a disruption in one or a few sessions of parliament, but not continuously.

A member of the Integrity Committee in Parliament, Alia Nassif, said that the next legislative term will be a supervisory chapter with distinction, because it will witness seven interrogations in the House of Representatives, confirming during a press interview that the Prime Minister committed a legal and constitutional violation with regard to the general inspectors.

 Abdul-Mahdi insists on appointing public inspectors in ministries and other state institutions, although parliament in March issued a decision to cancel the offices of general inspectors as unconstitutional.

The House of Representatives has recently come under severe criticism in the areas of legislation legislation and government oversight, which prompted Parliament Speaker Mohammed Halbousi to justify this by saying that the legislature has returned to the government 100 bills to reconsider and send it back to parliament for a vote.

 According to the Constitution, the government has the power to propose bills only, which are then forwarded to the House of Representatives for a vote to become effective after the approval of the President of the Republic.


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