Complexities recent forced the House of Representatives to make its 32 open until they reached a consensus on the election law. Said in a statement the Department of Media of the Parliament received "morning," a copy of it, that "the Council resumed its open, which was held under the chairmanship of House Speaker Osama Najafi and the presence of 175 deputies, and was completed during the discussion Unified Retirement bill, sponsored by legal and financial committees. "
Najafi said at the beginning of the meeting and there is a great affinity between the parliamentary blocs to vote on the proposed law on the election of the House of Representatives. Statement noted that the Presidency has decided to adjourn the meeting to remain open to Monday.
The Presidency's decision to suspend the meeting while achieving consensus on the election law, came after continuous meetings lasted until late in the day yesterday, and as a result of the continuing controversy between the blocs in the House of Representatives.
Parliamentary sources indicated that the recent controversies about the law focused on the issue of compensatory seats seven most prominent an issue as it has been filed to nine seats by adding two seats to the Kurds for their share of the time showed the Iraqi National Alliance and the unwillingness to relinquish their share of those seats.
MP for the coalition of state law, Hanan al, said that "discussions focused on resolving the issue of compensatory seats, after he reached the parliamentary blocs to an agreement not to increase the seats in the House of Representatives and hold on to the previous number," pointing out that "the 310 seats belonging to the representatives of the provinces and the remaining 15 seats 8 including Kota and 7 compensation was calculated on the basis of what happened upon each entity in the elections by and fit. "
She Fatlawi that "the Kurds want to get additional seats to become their seats compensatory 3 in the share one seat," indicating that "the National Alliance and the Iraqi List refused to waive Hssma of compensatory seats that are 4 of the alliance and 2 for an Iraqi."
She added that the differences can contribute to delays in passing the law, because of the demands blocs and every time we finish the show other problem, noting that "other blocs with the exception of the Kurds expressed their desire to vote on the current law, a majority or return to the previous law."
She said Fatlawi that "the coalition presented a proposal to return to the number of seats the former because it can not increase the number of members of parliament, without having accurate statistical or census, as well as it represents the desire of the reference and the street," asserting that "the proposal has received the approval of the blocks and resolve part of the differences," afterthought saying: that the new point of contention at which they stood was an increase of compensatory seats demanded by the Kurdistan Alliance. "
It showed the difficulty of reaching an agreement on the law as a result of the adoption of the blocks after crossing the proposals every point, pointing out that the number of compensatory seats is currently the largest node, and if what has been agreed upon we will be able to pass the rest of the points.
They expected an MP for the National Alliance, the continuing differences will lead the presidency of parliament to one of the following two options, either to continue to suspend hearings and make them open or go to majority voting in any option, supposed to be respected by the other components. "
For his part, MP for the Kurdistan Alliance Sirwan Ahmed Qadir said the Kurds are not the root of the problem in delaying the adoption of the election law, ruling approving the law because of the continuing controversy and stuck to their positions blocs.
[rtl] [/rtl]He is capable in a statement the "morning" that "discussions between the blocs took a long time yesterday, not which to reach a result," blaming the "Iraqi List and the National Alliance for the lack of willingness to cooperate or participate on the mechanism for the distribution of compensatory seats that have been proposed recently, but Aaredan waiver of any of the compensatory seats as they reject the quota and the increase in seats. "
Kurdistan Alliance MP, waved Kurdish boycott of the electoral process in the event of return to the old law or the new approval majority. "
Decision of the House of Representatives Muhammad Al-Khalidi, stressed that the election law in its current form can be challenged if they were passed by a majority.
He said al-Khalidi in a press statement yesterday, "The law in its current form can not be passed by a majority of political in the House of Representatives, which need to agree upon between the blocks because the proposal is not a new law," noting that most of the political blocs have interests and proposals to increase the number of seats, so there is no before the law only consensus to pass.
He pointed out that any block or someone who can challenge the election law until after the election because of a constitutional article allowing the appeal of the proposal and not the law.
[rtl]في[/rtl] In the meantime, called for a mass citizen in the House of Representatives, the Presidency of the Republic to issue a presidential decree set a date for the next House of Representatives election.
[rtl] [/rtl]MP from the bloc Hassan sari said during a press conference held parliament building with a number of members of the cluster, it was "obvious to everyone difficult situation experienced by the House of Representatives in the late adoption of the electoral law and ratify it, especially as the points of understanding is still missing and vision statements absent" , calling for "issuance of a presidential decree set a date for the next House of Representatives election."
The new force during the conference rejected his list for "postponing the elections and the closed-list per circuit and increase the number of parliamentary seats."
In turn, the MP said the bloc Bayan Jabr during the conference, said that "negotiations between the political blocs and deadlocked on compatibility to the election law," noting that "the heads of political blocs held yesterday, the meeting discussed which four proposals will be considered, including a proposal Nations United increased the number of seats in parliament to 328 are distributed in an appropriate manner.
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