Presidency of the Parliament: the suspension of the membership of deputies for 15 days
11/1/2018 12:00 am
[rtl]Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The Presidency of the House of Representatives issued a decision yesterday to suspend the membership of MPs Riad Ghali and Awad Al-Awadi for 15 days and refer them to
A statement issued by the Information Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dr. Salim Al-Jubouri, received the morning, a copy of it: The Council seeks to carry out its legislative tasks by passing the important laws that call for a serious and responsible stand for all of them, stressing that «we face great challenges imposed on all parties The political move away from stirring up differences and conflicts that are intended to impede the work of the Council through the creation of problems on the files of procedural to be the House of Representatives permanently in accordance with the Constitution and the rules of procedure of the Council ».
The statement added that MPs Riad Ghali and Awad al-Awadi raised in a session on Monday, the eighth of January, to exaggerate the legal contexts during the vote on one of the substitute deputies of the Union of Iraqi Forces, noting that «the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dr Salim al-Jubouri decided in accordance with his constitutional and legal powers write off The statements of the deputies (listed above) of the session last Monday, and the suspension of their membership for 15 days ».
He added that the decision includes a waiver of the days that the membership of the membership amount as much as deducted from the absent absentee without a legitimate excuse, and referral of them to the Committee to apply the rules of conduct for the purpose of parliamentary investigation of the violation assigned to them and impose commensurate punishment may reach the abolition of membership ». According to the statement.
The session, on Monday, saw a verbal quarrel and defended by some of the deputies of the Alliance of Forces and the Liberal bloc in the parliament session on the intention to present the vote on Muthanna al-Samarrai in replacement of the outgoing MP Mutashar al-Samarrai in the membership of the House of Representatives, which was supported by the deputies of the Alliance of Forces and rejected MPs from the Liberal bloc. On the effect, the Alliance of Forces decided to boycott the sessions of the parliament until "apologize" for the attack on one of his deputies, according to the alliance.[/rtl]
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