Harb: The Prime Minister has created offices for inspectors, more than a question mark[/rtl]
[rtl]Date: 2019/8/12 10:03 • 102 times read[/rtl]
Legal expert Tariq Harb said that the Iraqi Constitution did not address at all the post of Inspector General.
Harb said in a press statement, "What the Prime Minister issued the creation of offices of general inspectors it more than a question mark," pointing out that "the House of Representatives to consider this, especially as the latter has provoked by not being represented in the formation of these offices."
He added that "contained in the orders of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq (headed by Paul Bremer), which is still in force today," adding that "the new controversy on it can be resolved by presenting it to the House of Representatives to take whatever decision it wishes."
Harb pointed out that "the CPA order, did not give the Inspector General any authority or authority, other than the Inspector General in the offices of the Office of the Prosecutor of the Prosecution, which opens in each ministry, and then issued a decision by Parliament to cancel the offices of public inspectors in the ministries," referring to First reading of the law of abolition of general inspectors.
It is noteworthy that the Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, recently issued an order to create seven offices of inspectors general in the (Central Bank, the Trade Bank, the Investment Authority, the Popular Mobilization Authority, the National Security Agency, the Human Rights Commission and the Independent Electoral Commission), The appointment of 23 general inspectors in several ministries and government bodies, as well as the retirement of two inspectors, according to official documents published by local media, which raised objection among a number of members of the House of Representatives.
Parliament Speaker Mohammad al-Halbousi said parliament had refused to vote on the inspectors and called on the government to abide by it
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