Parliamentary committee: the Kurdish blocs disrupt important laws
The legal committee in the Iraqi parliament accused the Kurdish blocs of disrupting important laws, including the Federal Court of Justice and Oil and Gas.
A member of the parliamentary legal committee Kamel al-Zaidi said in a statement on Friday that "there are important laws will impose itself on the agenda of the parliament in the coming weeks, including the laws on the elections," stressing that "all laws must be legislated, and need to agree blocks and achieve a quorum legal "He said.
He added that "the most important laws are broken is the law of the Federal Court and the law of oil and gas," accusing the Kurdish blocs in the House of Representatives to "insist on postponement and disabling."
And on the recommendations of the Follow-up Committee of the Kurdish deputies participating in the referendum on the separation of the Kurdistan region from Iraq, Zaidi stressed that "the parliament was supposed to vote on the recommendations, but there was a break for the quorum and thus raised the meeting after the visit of forty," noting that "the Presidency of Parliament promised to include recommendations The committee on the agenda after the visit of forty to vote on it. "[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]