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    Parliament tries today pass a law "Federal Court" despite the "rule of law"

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    Post by Hkp1 Sun 27 Jan 2013, 9:53 pm

    Parliament tries today pass a law "Federal Court" despite the "rule of law"


    28-01-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
    Baghdad / Wael grace

    Being
    the House of Representatives today a new attempt to pass a law of the
    Federal Court, which still faces conservative than State of Law bloc,
    favored the possibility of passing the law Congress through repeat the
    scenario of vote on the law defining the mandates of the three
    presidencies, which was last Saturday.

    Despite the State of Law bloc
    denied the inclusion of the issue of voting on the law of the Federal
    Court on the agenda of today's meeting and replace it with another
    paragraph, confirmed the decision of Parliament to vote on the Federal
    Court on the agenda.

    Does not rule out the Liberal bloc in
    Parliament to be re scenario session last Saturday during which he
    managed Representatives up 170 votes to pass a law to determine the
    mandate of the three presidencies only two sessions despite the
    withdrawal of the state of law and trying to breach the quorum for the
    hearing.

    The MP said the bloc Jawad Alcihla in a statement to the
    "long" All possibilities are open in the parliamentary session, "It is
    possible to approve the law by repeating scenario vote on the law of the
    mandate of the three presidencies, which was Saturday," but at the same
    time acknowledged the existence of difficult to pass law "because he
    needed two-thirds majority of members of Parliament and is difficult to
    verify without the support of the state of law" ..

    He Alshahyla that
    "the rule of law is still the only party objecting to a law of the
    Federal Court, while all the other blocks in agreement passed," and
    accused Maliki's bloc to block the law was passed without justification
    real, "but it does not want to lose the Federal Court in its current
    form because it supports resolutions Prime Nuri al-Maliki government and
    head of state law. "

    Does not show Alcihla optimistic on today's
    session to pass the law of the Federal Court, and likely to fail
    Representatives in acknowledging the need to 217 votes, which is
    difficult to achieve without vote Maliki's bloc, which has 89 votes,
    while stressing that this week will approve the budget bill as it fits
    with the demands of political blocs, including the Sadrists, who asked
    to be part of the distribution of income to the people within the budget
    items.

    The Constitution provides that the enactment of the Federal
    Court is through a vote in the House of Representatives by a majority of
    two thirds of the Chamber of Deputies 325 a 217 deputies.

    It denied
    the Attorney for the State of Law bloc Shaker Darraji yesterday that
    vote will be on the Federal Court Act drawer within the agenda of the
    meeting of the Council of Representatives, and explained that the
    paragraph was replaced for a vote on an alternative to the Deputy Aifan
    al-Issawi, who was killed by demonstrators targeted in Fallujah last
    week. "

    But decision of the House of Representatives MP Mohamed
    Khaldi said yesterday in connection with the "long" that "vote on the
    approval of the Federal Court Act is within the Council's agenda for
    Monday as well as a paragraph replace MP Eifan al-Issawi." The edict
    mass does not object to the passage of the Federal Court Act in general,
    but objected to some articles of the law.

    He said in a statement to
    the "long" We demand that they must enjoy the right of law scholars
    veto, as opposed to the voting mechanism on decisions within the court
    where it can not be a unanimous vote, but suggested that the majority
    (...), in addition to certain formulations in the paragraphs of the law
    ".

    In the meantime, intends to block Iraqi attend the parliament
    session today despite the decision the day before yesterday to suspend
    its presence sessions, and between Iraqi MP Shaalan Quran that "Iraq
    will return for the suspension entering the Council of Representatives
    while voting on the law of the Federal Court, returned to pass a law
    court is one demands of the demonstrators. "

    Shaalan said in a
    statement to the "long" yesterday that "the rule of law is the only
    party refusing to pass a law of the Federal Court, accusing Maliki's
    coalition to block all important laws."

    The Iraqi bloc announced the
    day before yesterday comment attend meetings of the Council of
    Representatives to protest the government's policy and "suppressed" the
    demonstrators and their rights, and stressed at the same time it will
    attend meetings to be allocated exclusively for "no confidence" in Prime
    Minister Nuri al-Maliki, or discuss the demands of the demonstrators.

    He
    succeeded the House of Representatives in the middle of last December
    to approve the law of the Supreme Judicial Council in the presence of
    175 deputies despite the withdrawal of state law, but he has failed more
    than once to vote on the Federal Court Act.

    The head of the Legal
    Committee Khalid Shwani in an interview earlier to (long-Presse) The
    "House Speaker Osama Najafi decided during the seventh meeting of the
    second legislative term of the year legislative third postpone the vote
    on the law of the Federal Court to-day parliament session that will be
    held on Saturday, (26 of January 2013), which was postponed to today's
    session.

    Huani added that "the postponement came at the request of the
    Commission to make way for an agreement on some paragraphs of the law."


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