2013-08-05 21: 14: 15
Baghdad/Iraq's future Again raised a political storm in a statement Iraqi political circles and raised questions about the ability of politicians to change their positions as required by interests.The statement by the President of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Fouad Massoum said that his Alliance would not object to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki as Prime Minister for a third term, adding that the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil at its best at the moment, the Constitution did not prevent non-President from holding a third session and does not apply it to the Prime Minister and the speaker of the House, adding that a constitutional amendment was needed is a resolution of the House of representatives. This statement is problematic in that the Kurdistan Alliance voted in favour of the resolution adopted by Parliament to determine the mandate of Heads of State and Government and Parliament only two mandates. A vote was taken on 26 January by 170 deputies, most of the Iraqi list and the Kurdistan Alliance, the Supreme Islamic Council. With State of law's deputies boycotted and its allies. Then objected to the rule of law and appeals to the Federal Court questioning the legality of the Parliament session and the constitutionality of the law itself. And in March the Federal Court threw out a legal challenge to the Parliament session was the adoption of the law and said it was illegal but did not issue a decision until today on the constitutionality of the law itself.Vice President, began the Kurdistan Alliance bloc, Mohsen sadoon reticent in replying to the questions and declined to comment on remarks by the head of its mass but seemed like a bypass when he said that the law mandates the Federal Court must await a decision, the Federal Court decision expected within a month from now, although the Prime Minister challenged the mass law mandates adopted directly and this long period since then opened the door to many interpretations and jurisprudence.He criticized the Iraqi list MP Raad Danielle strongly the Kurdistan Alliance bloc's position and statements of its President Fouad Massoum as courting clear Prime Minister. said Danielle that law was to ensure States receive and hand over power democratically from one person to another and from one block to another, better anyway waiting for the decision of the Federal Court on the legality of the Act.Many observers believed that the motivation for the adoption by Parliament of the law mandates is the fear of dictatorship and prevent them and let democracy take root in the young country that has lived for decades under the rule of a dictatorial was harsh on the people and the generations still lived under that provision remember the brutal practice.Perhaps one of the reasons for this law is that the Iraqi Constitution select the mandate of the President only twice without extension with minted on the mandate of the Prime Minister or speaker of the House of representatives, which allows each of these offices is to reflect on his third time and a fourth to tenth. It is found in the oldest democratic States around the world.The Attorney pointed out just meagre, to silence the Constitution limit the number of mandates of the Prime Minister and his Coalition's stance echoed that of law adopted by Parliament unconstitutional yet also said that we must wait until the decision of the Federal Court then acknowledged that political interests sometimes positions all changed, referring to the remarks made by the President of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Fouad Massoum. but fear of dictatorship in Iraq and the experience of previous decades cannot be forgotten and some see fear is justified, particularly since the current Prime Nouri al-Maliki runs also runs several cabinet ministries, some even joke that fired the Cabinet when it meets most of those present were Nuri al-Maliki.Political analyst felt confident al-Hashimi that the Prime Minister has the right to obtain multiple mandates that the Constitution was determined by the first to experience democracy in the world confirms this right. As for the statement by the President of the Kurdistan Alliance in the Parliament Fouad Massoum said Hashmi was a message that the Kurdish Alliance is free to take whatever he wants about attitudes and it holds the keys in his hand and he could make Maliki the Prime Minister for a third time as it can prevent him. his concerned that rapprochement between Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani might include an agreement on the mandate of THAGingiva Maliki for Iraq Presidency, Barzani received a proposal put forward recently. Meanwhile, it was reported that the statement by the President of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Fouad Massoum raised criticism of a number of coalition members, including Shawan Mohammed Taha who considered infallible's remarks represented his personal opinion. Shwan Taha was quoted as saying that the Prime mandate is voted on in the House is not entitled to any politician or leader or coalition to speak on this matter. Recall finally that the infallible statements coincided with the arrival of the peshmerga Ministry delegation to attend the meeting of the joint higher Committee, which includes members from the ministries of defence and the peshmerga Kurdish Alliance also announced Sunday that Massoud Barzani, head of the territory suggested a Peshmerga forces under the Federal Government's Exchange to fight against terrorism.
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