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    Mistakes in the quota clause embarrass the House of Representatives after the adoption of the election law


     Baghdad / Wael Ne'ma 

    The long dispute over the law of parliamentary elections and the urgency of approving it in one session led the House of Representatives to fall into a legal error that seeks to correct it before publication of the legislation in the Official Gazette.
    The House of Representatives had voted, two days ago, on the election law and the date for the general election on May 12 next. 
    The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, yesterday, approved the law, which did not meet his approval for more than an hour, after the refusal of the Federal Court to extend the date of the ballot. 
    The mistake was made when parliament decided at the voting session to amend the election law to increase the number of "quotas" for minorities to 9 instead of 8, without changing the original text. 
    The error also led to the remaining number of members of the House of Representatives in the last amendment with the "quota" 328 seats, and 319 without adding the "quota", a clear violation, according to deputies. 
    The Presidency of the Republic, yesterday, in a statement obtained (range) copy of it, "the approval of President Fuad Masoum on Wednesday the law of the first amendment to the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives No. (45) for the year 2013. The Bureau explained that "
    The parliament voted last Monday for the law after a month-long dispute. The latest amendment, Article 11 of the law, adding "quota" to the province of Wasit, the "Faili Kurds," without increasing the number of seats in the province, which consists of 11 seats. 
    A deputy of the governorate criticized the reduction of the number of Arab seats in Wasit at the expense of the new quota, which was supposed to be added to the original seats to 12 seats. 
    The MP, who preferred not to be named because of the sensitivity of the subject related to the right of one of the components of the province, in a statement to (extent) yesterday, it is "not objecting to the right of the Faili Kurds, but was supposed to take into account the size of the population in Wasit." 
    According to the constitution, every 100,000 people are represented by one deputy in parliament. The number of seats must be increased to 13 seats.
    But what happened, according to the deputy, "the parliament decided to withdraw a seat from the province and the allocation of the new quota." 
    The population of the "elephant Kurds" in Wasit, about half a million people, a number believed Amin Bakr, a member of the Legal Committee, he calls for the allocation of "Kota". 
    "It is not explained that the withdrawal of a seat from the seats of Wasit in favor of the quota, but the Faili Kurds are part of the population of the province," Bakr, a Kurdish deputy in parliament, denied to Al-Mada yesterday. 
    The deputy from the Legal Committee that the dispute to challenge the recent amendment to the electoral law, which he finds does not violate the Constitution. 
    But the constitutional violation of the new legislation, according to deputies, is not only about the withdrawal of a seat from "Wasit", but by voting on the allocation of "8 seats for the quota," while the parliament had decided to increase to 9.
    Article (11) / First: The House of Representatives consists of (328) seats distributed (320) seats on the provinces and be (8) eight seats, including quota (Kota) components. 
    Second: The following components are granted quota (Kota) as follows: - 
    A - Christian component (5) seats distributed to (Baghdad, Nineveh, Kirkuk, Dahuk and Erbil). 
    B - The Yazidi component seat (1) in Nineveh. 
    C - the component Mandae Sabai (1) one in Baghdad. 
    (D) The network component of the seat (1) in Nineveh. 
    The parliament said in the same session last Monday, in the same article, paragraph (f), which states "component of the Faili Kurds seat (1) in Wasit 
    The MP says Wasit, a part of the National Alliance bloc," voting on the wrong article, Quota to 9 in the new amendment, and remained the number of deputies 328 in all Iraq, and 320 without the quota. "
    The number of deputies was supposed to be 329, without the "quota" 319. 
    For his part, Sadiq al-Laban, another member of the parliamentary legal committee, considered that the error that occurred in the House of Representatives can be remedied. 
    After the ratification of the Presidency of the Republic on the law, Alabbban said in a statement to (range): "must send a response to the presidency to amend the error that occurred in the text of the law." 
    Even with the amendment proposed by the Legal Committee to the law, the problem remains the original number of members of the House of Representatives, which should be increased to 329 seats. 
    "There was an intention to increase the number of seats in the parliament, and there was discussion in the amendment session in this regard, but the text appeared in its final form," al-Laban said. 
    The latest amendment to the election law is the fourth of the laws passed in Iraq since 2005 to organize elections.

    "Saint-Lego" new
    In six previous election trials, the parliament inaugurated 6 provincial and parliament laws, at a rate of one law per entitlement. 
    The big political forces in parliament have raised the formula of splitting the votes of the winners in the latest legislation to 1.7 instead of the 1.6 adopted in the 2014 election, known as the "St. Lego Modified" method, which ensured a small rise of small powers to the House of Representatives. 
    Ahmed Ali Ibrahim, a member of the Executive Office of the Social Democratic Movement, one of the components of the civil coalition, which announced its participation in the upcoming elections, that increasing the equation of "St. Lego" reduces the chances of "small blocs to get seats in parliament." 
    The civil current in the previous elections has got 3 seats, in the system of division of votes is less difficult than the current, before two members of the trend to join the coalition "Tamdn" and the absence of the head of the block example of Alusi for the electoral scene so far.
    "In any case we have a previous experience with St. Lego, and this time we will try to be influential in the next House of Representatives, otherwise we would prefer to be without representation," Ibrahim told Al-Mada. 
    The civil coalition has tried to bring together the civil forces in the run-up to St Lego, but failed because of the "presidency", the coalition representative said. 
    On the other hand, the great political forces believe that raising the equation of dividing the votes of the winners of the upcoming elections will accelerate the process of negotiating the formation of the government. 
    "The new version of Saint-Lego will reduce the number of political entities that will enter the elections, prompting them to enter into alliances," said Abu-Hassan, a lawmaker for the state of law. 
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