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    Legal amendment to reduce the members of the provincial councils and abolish the district councils

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    Legal amendment to reduce the members of the provincial councils and abolish the district councils Empty Legal amendment to reduce the members of the provincial councils and abolish the district councils

    Post by Rocky Mon 15 Jan 2018, 1:57 am

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    Legal amendment to reduce the members of the provincial councils and abolish the district councils


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    The House voted yesterday on the third amendment to the law of governorates not organized in the territory, and includes the new legislation to reduce the members of the provincial councils and the abolition of local councils in the areas.
    The media department of the House of Representatives, in a statement received (range) a copy of it, "Parliament voted on the draft amendment to the Third Law of Governorates not organized in the territory No. 21 of 2008 submitted by the legal committees and regions and governorates not organized in the territory.
    The statement added that "the vote came in order to address the problems revealed by the practical application of the law of the provinces not organized in the territory No. 21 of 2008 and to determine the intended senior positions and local staff and determine the relationship of ministries with local governments and reduce the number of members of local councils to serve the work process and reduce expenses. The most important paragraphs of the amendment are:
    1 - The number of seats in the provincial councils is 10 seats and add one seat for every 200 thousand, more than one million.
    2- The number of seats of the Judicial Council shall be 7 seats and one seat shall be added for every 100 thousand persons for a total of more than 500 thousand.
    3 - Cancel the local councils in the areas and continue the current councils to work until the results of the provincial elections.
    4. The Council and the District Director shall be elected by the Judicial Council.
    5. The members of the provincial councils, district councils and the current district councils choose between the retirement entitlements that meet the requirements of the retirement law or the reinstatement of the job, or the Ministry of Finance is committed to providing new job grades without a job.
    Commenting on this amendment, the Rapporteur of the Legal Committee of Deputies MP Hassan Tauran abolished the district councils as "a reversal of decentralization."
    "The House of Representatives in its session voted on the third amendment to the law of the provinces not organized in the region No. 21 of 2008, which eliminates the role of district councils in the provinces."
    A member of the legal committee said that "voting is a violation of the rights of the people of the regions and representative representation of them," stressing that "depriving the regions of the expression of their needs, especially in the province of Kirkuk, such as Yaoji and Alton Kobri and Shwan and Taza Khurmato is a violation of the principles of human rights and citizenship.
    "The legal committee adopted a proposal to authorize the government to issue instructions to form the district councils, which is not passed in the process of voting in the House of Representatives." He stressed that "the vote on the third amendment to Law 21 as currently drafted is a setback to the concept of decentralization."
    In the same context, MP Abdul Rahim Al-Shammari, head of the parliamentary Human Rights Committee, said that "the abolition of district councils unfair to the aspects."
    Al-Shammari said in a press conference held by Al-Mada yesterday that "this law is unfair to the areas, and was passed despite our opposition to it." He pointed out that "the area is an independent administrative unit and the residential census of some aspects more than the judicial population."
    The head of the Commission on Human Rights called on the sides to "object to this legislation within the legal context".

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