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    Liberal bloc gathered 200 signatures to the freezing of the provincial councils

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    Liberal bloc gathered 200 signatures to the freezing of the provincial councils Empty Liberal bloc gathered 200 signatures to the freezing of the provincial councils

    Post by Rocky Thu 11 May 2017, 1:33 am


    Liberal bloc gathered 200 signatures to the freezing of the provincial councils


     Baghdad / term

    Deputy for the Liberal bloc in Parliament, on Wednesday, collecting signatures of 200 deputies to stop the work of the provincial councils, pointing out that any decisions issued by these councils are considered "illegal".
    Said Riad Ghali, told a news conference in the parliament building and attended by (term), " The work of the provincial councils ends officially in the twenty - ninth of the month of May, therefore, these councils have no right to take any relevant effects on civilians and staff such as transport and payment of legal action salaries and signing projects. "
    The MP pointed out that the Sadrist "were collected signatures of 200 deputies was submitted to the Presidency of the parliament to withdraw the powers of provincial councils and stop their work," adding that " the Presidency of the Council of Representatives has transferred signatures to the Legal Committee for the inclusion of a decision in this regard."
    Ghali called on the House of Representatives to "issue a quick decision to stop the work of those councils and the withdrawal of all the powers granted to it , " pointing out that "any decisions issued by these councils are illegal and assigned her."
    And entered local governments since the date of the 20th of last April, a constitutional void and legally due to the end of the mandate of the councils. The House of Representatives looking for a suitable way out of this problem.
    According to officials who spoke (range), on Tuesday, he said that the parliamentary parties proposed a resolution of the House of Representatives can manage provincial affairs rather than local councils.
    Under Articles (IV - 6) of the provincial law that " the electoral session of the boards of a period of four calendar years, starting with the first hearing will . And end membership automatically after complete them for four calendar years commencing on the ratification of the election results."
    In another context, MP Mazen Mezni, a member of the Liberal bloc, to submit a request signed by 124 deputies to host the defense and interior ministers and the commander of Basra operations and commander of the Basra police to discuss tribal conflicts and the spread of drugs and the violation of border crossings issues announced.
    Mezni, at a joint news conference with other deputies from different blocks and attended, (range), said that "due to the deterioration of the security situation in Basra and the large number of tribal conflicts and the spread of drugs and the violation of border crossings and the lack of military cuts sufficient and clear security plans, we collected the signatures of 124 deputies from the blocks different to host the defense and interior ministers and the commander of Basra operations and police chief of
    Basra. "
    He added Mezni, "We got the approval of the President of the House of Representatives on the request and will determine the hosting date soon in the coming sessions , " noting that "border crossings constitute a fundamental pillar in the economy of Iraq and the gate opening to neighboring countries and to ensure the provision of essential needs of the people." The MP pointed rib that " has been monitoring the loose areas in these ports enable weak people to exploit to enter damaged and unfit for human consumption and drugs carcinogens are being smuggled and hidden means crooked without the availability of health conditions with a covering of security agencies operating in the same port", calling on the General Commander of the Forces armed to "take deterrent measures to prevent manipulation and corruption at border crossing points."


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