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    Parliament passes the government formula for local elections .. The Kirkuk node ends the session

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    Parliament passes the government formula for local elections .. The Kirkuk node ends the session Empty Parliament passes the government formula for local elections .. The Kirkuk node ends the session

    Post by Rocky Tue 08 Aug 2017, 2:28 am

    Parliament passes the government formula for local elections .. The Kirkuk node ends the session


    Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah

    The large blocs in the House of Representatives, yesterday, pass their will by voting on a formula for the provincial elections law opposed by small blocs and consider it a consecration of the dominance of major political forces to local governments. The House of Representatives re-voted on a formula the government gave to vote counting after last week voted for a tougher formula.
    The vote on the amendment of the provincial elections law despite the withdrawal of blocs opposed to the free, but the parliament failed to pass 8 other articles related to the fate of the Kirkuk elections, which are hotly disputed between the components of the province.
    The small blocs failed to break the quorum of yesterday's session, due to the mobilization of the great powers of most of its members.
    But the Kurdish forces succeeded in breaking the quorum of the session in protest against the demands of the abolition of local councils, which led to the adjournment of the meeting to next week.
    And later turned the cafeteria of parliament to a theater of deliberations between the withdrawing blocs, and MPs who are pushing for the freezing and abolition of the current provincial councils.
    There are only eight articles left after the vote on 45 articles, and two articles of the law, which relate to the number of seats in the provincial council and the judiciary, to the third amendment to the law of the provinces No. (21).
    The head of the Democratic Warka bloc Joseph Salwa, in an interview with (Mada) after yesterday's meeting, the events and the pre-voting of the government proposal according to the formula of St. Lego 1.7 to calculate the correct votes for each list, and revealed "contacts and night movements by large blocs with the President of the Council Deputies to adopt this formula in the law of local elections.
    The House of Representatives, in a meeting yesterday Monday, the vote on the remaining articles of the provincial elections law, after he stopped, in Tuesday's session, when the adoption of 21 articles because of escalating differences on a number of the provisions of the law.
    "What happened in the meeting today (yesterday) is a breach of the agreement that got the offer of small blocs (1,4) and then the proposal of the government," stressing that "the large blocs agreed with the Presidency to pass the government proposal in accordance with the formula (1.7)
    The head of the Warka bloc that "the small blocs withdrew but were unable to break the quorum of the session, which reached attendance more than 186 deputies," pointing out that "this number has been increasing with the start of the House of Representatives to vote on the law of provincial elections and districts" .
    and he ended a meeting of the heads of the blocks with House Speaker Salim al - Jubouri, on Sunday evening, to agree on a display of St. Legg formula 1. 7, submitted by the Government previously, to vote. It was also agreed to re-vote on the requirement of university degree, in addition to agreeing to re-vote on the article on the number of candidates for each list in each province.
    The House voted yesterday to merge the local elections with the parliamentary on their constitutional and legal dates. It was decided to postpone Article (37) of the Provincial and Provincial Elections Law concerning the organization of elections in Kirkuk governorate.
    At the same session, the House of Representatives rejected the vote on the proposal submitted by some blocs that the candidate for the local elections have a preparatory certificate instead of a bachelor's degree. Also, it was voted that the number of candidates in the list is twice the number of seats reserved for the province in the electoral district.
    The Liberal bloc describes the vote on St. Lego (1.7) as "a disappointment to all small blocs," asserting that "
    The large blocs pass all the decisions that are in their interest in the House of Representatives. " MP Yasser al-Husseini said in a statement to (range)," This system, which was adopted by the House of Representatives in the provincial elections law, is unfair to small blocs compared to large blocs that will be In the local governments and strongly at the expense of the opinion of the citizen. "
    She accused MP Zeinab al-Tai, a member of the Liberal bloc, the Speaker of the House of Representatives in violation of the rules of procedure of the Council because he did not propose the small blocs to vote
    At a news conference attended by Al-Mada, The breach committed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives in the session on the law of the Elections, article 134 of the rules of procedure is clear and it turns out that after the completion of the discussion of the article and proposals amendments submitted on the opinion is taken on these proposals amendments first and begin the wide range and away from the original text and then take the opinion after the article as a whole.
    "What happened today in the Council is a dangerous precedent after the Speaker violated the rules of procedure of Article 134 and repeals all the proposals related to Article 12 of the Elections Law where it starts directly with the original text and this is a clear violation and is invoked by political consensus, which must be within the framework of the constitution and the internal rules To parliament ".
    In turn, a member of the Legal Committee, MP Hassan Tauran, in an interview with (range), to "the desire of a large number of deputies to cancel the continuation of the work of provincial councils, districts and districts after the end of its mandate."
    "These demands are a violation of the principle of decentralization," Turan said.
    A member of the Legal Committee and the representative of Kirkuk, saying " If these councils are canceled, where will thousands of its employees go, and what is the alternative? And what is the authority that approves the provincial projects that belong to regional development projects and petrodollars?
    And is watching these local circles? " The Turkmen MP stressed that" the discussion of this subject is not within the jurisdiction of the provincial elections law, "pointing out that" the amendment of the law of provinces not organized in the region No. (21) for 2008 is on these issues and details under the Constitution " "And called for" to discuss this between the government representative in the House of Representatives and the parliamentary legal committee. "The
    Council of Representatives, during the session yesterday, the transfer of articles (24) and (25) of the provincial and district elections law, which stipulate the number of members of the provincial council and the judiciary , To the Third Draft Amendment to the Law on Governorates that are not organized by law (No. 21). "


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