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    Controversy over the budget upset the quorum of the second session of parliament

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    Post by Rocky Mon 08 Jan 2018, 1:44 am

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    Controversy over the budget upset the quorum of the second session of parliament


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    The Speaker of the House of Representatives, on Sunday, that the parliament intends to issue a decision to lift the immunity of deputies rose against them lawsuits.
    In May last year, Meskdad talked about a list of 16 MPs calling for the judiciary to lift their immunity because of libel and libel suits. The list also includes wanted individuals on charges of wasting public money and terrorism. The list consists of 12 Shiite deputies, and four deputies a year, and faces some lawmakers more than a lawsuit.
    In the course of yesterday's session, al-Jubouri suspended the resignation of MP Mutashar al-Samarrai, which angered some MPs who accused him of selling his parliamentary seat. Yesterday's session saw a verbal altercation between the Speaker of the House of Representatives and some members of the Liberal bloc about the legality of the resignation of MP Al-Samarrai. 
    The parliament held yesterday, chaired by Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 195 deputies, and voted on two parliamentary decisions, and decided to keep its meeting open and to be resumed on Monday. 
    The Speaker of the House of Representatives, according to a statement received by (the extent) yesterday, that "the intention to issue a decision to lift the immunity of all those named books of the Supreme Judicial Council to go to the judiciary to resolve the issues," stressing that "the House of Representatives will not allow the protection of any person" .
    Article 20 (2) of the House of Representatives' rules of procedure states that "a member may not be arrested during the term of the legislative term unless he is accused of a felony, and with the absolute consent of the members to lift his immunity or if he is caught committing the offense of a felony." 
    Article 20 (III) provides that "a member may not be arrested outside the term of the legislative term unless he is accused of a felony, and with the consent of the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies to lift his immunity or if he is caught committing a felony." 
    And on the controversy raised by the resignation of MP Mutashar al-Samarrai, said Jubouri that "the law gave the right to any deputy if he wants to resign, and this is what happened with MP Mutashar al-Samarrai, who submitted his resignation for satisfactory reasons."
    The Speaker of the House of Representatives that "the alternative for the resigning MP is determined by the Electoral Commission on the basis of official books in this regard where a request was submitted by Mr. Ammar al-Samarrai, who pointed out that the highest losers of the bloc headed by Mr. Muthanna al-Samarrai, Nujaifi that the highest losers of the bloc headed by Mr. Jassem Mumtaz Jassim instead of the resigned MP, and the requests were referred to the Electoral Commission and the Legal Committee.
    The head of the parliament that "the Electoral Commission confirmed that the highest losers within the bloc and the entity is Mr. Muthanna Abdul Samad," referring to the receipt of "a request from MP Riyad Ghali on the candidates Monday and to refer the matter to the Legal Committee to discuss the resignation and alternative." He added that "the request was submitted and delivered by hand to the Legal Committee, which showed that there is no legal or constitutional impediment to submit the resignation of a member of the House of Representatives and that the alternative of the same entity and the province and the highest losers and there is no legal impediment to replace Mr. Muthanna al-Samarrai resigned MP Mutashar Samurai," asserting that " But the application of the law and those who object to resort to the judiciary known contexts.
    In another context, the Speaker of the House of Representatives said that "the draft budget law on the agenda is pushing some parliamentary blocs to not enter the session, which leads to the lack of quorum," pointing to "the existence of debate on the financial budget with the government, which indicated the possibility of amendments On the bill ". 
    He called on the financial and economic committees to "complete the budget consultations for the purpose of including the draft law on the agenda." 
    In the same context, Jubouri said that "the parliament will raise the issue of conviction whether or not answers to the Minister of Communications in the meeting on Sunday next to be in the meeting next Monday to set a date to question the Minister of Electricity as well as a schedule of all requests for interrogations provided." 
    The House of Representatives had questioned the Minister of Communications Hassan al-Rashed at the request of MP Hoda Sajjad, late last December.
    In a related context, the House of Representatives finished reading and discussing the proposed law of the House of Representatives and its composition. 
    MP Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum, according to a statement by the media department, called for "tightening the procedures that oblige the government to implement the decisions taken by the House of Representatives." 
    The Council also completed the reading of a report and discussion of the Turkmen Human Rights Bill submitted by the Commission on Human Rights. The Parliament completed the reading of the report and discussion of the proposed law of Samarra, the capital of Islamic culture submitted by the committees of tourism, archeology and law. 
    The House of Representatives started the first reading of the draft law of the Information and Communications Commission, submitted by the committees of services, reconstruction, culture and information, to be completed reading at a future session.

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