Editor: AJ, BS 11.4.2013 13:36 Number of readings: 62
Range Press / Baghdad
MP for the National Alliance, Jawad Albzona, on Monday, that the vote on the election law "will be resolved today," after agreeing to a proposed UN, up three seats, and indicated that he would be the number of compensatory seats "ten seats and seats Home 328 seats," pointing out that the dispute revolves about "one of the seats in the province of Baghdad."
And said Albzona in an interview with the (Presse term) that "the law will be decided the day after the election to resolve the dispute over the compensatory seats to agree on the UN proposal, up three seats," noting that "the dispute revolves around one seat in Baghdad."
He Albzona that "formula agreement represented an increase of compensatory seats three other seats to become the number compensatory ten seats and number of seats Home 328," adding that "the five seats of which will be given to the National Alliance for the central and southern governorates and three of the Kurds and two of the Iraqi list."
He pointed out that "Iraq demands deduct the seat of the five seats of the National Alliance share to be one of Baghdad's share to compete in all the lists," and expressed hope that "reach a solution blocs on this matter to be voted on the law in today's session."
The mass of citizens, led by the President of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim revealed, on Sunday, for "providing four proposals" to the election law by the political blocs and the United Nations, and indicated that the United Nations has proposed "to increase the number of compensatory seats to become the number of seats in parliament, 328 seats," In affirming that the National Alliance "refuses to increase", pointed out that the blocs "Schor political references to give an official position on the proposals of the four."
The presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives decided, on Sunday, to suspend the meeting of 32 of the first legislative term for the fourth legislative year to the day tomorrow, Monday, to the lack of agreement of the political blocs on the rest of the terms of the election law, while session saw the second reading of the draft law Unified Retirement
As announced a coalition of Kurdish blocs, on Sunday, for resolving the dispute over the compensatory seats that belong to the region three seats, "and stressed that the talks between the political blocs currently circulating about four seats for the rest of the provinces, while pointing out that the National Alliance calls for three seats and wants to give one seat for the connector , pointed out that the Iraqi List, rejected that proposal.
And resumed the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Sunday, its the 32 of the first legislative term of the legislative year the fourth held yesterday under the chairmanship of Speaker Osama Najafi, while the source confirmed in the Information Service of the parliament was postponed voting on the election law until the agreement of the political blocs on the final version.
And decided the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Sunday, to postpone the hearing of the 33 of the first legislative term for the fourth legislative year for two hours, because of continuing differences between the blocks on the remaining items of the parliamentary election law.
The Kurdistan Alliance ruled out, on Sunday, passing the electoral law by majority during a session of the House of Representatives to be held today, as he emphasized that he has been re-distribution of seats in the provinces in proportion to population size without that "inflicted injustice province at the expense of the other", he stressed the need to "achieve political consensus on the law. "
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq lifted, on Saturday (the second of November 2013), the meeting of the 32 of the first legislative term of the Legislative fourth to Sunday, after the failure of the Council to vote on the rest of the paragraphs of the law of parliamentary elections because of differences between the political blocs on the compensatory seats and quota , and the vote on the draft law on Iraq's accession to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, reported a bill of economic reform the federal to the government, and to postpone the first reading of the proposed law on elections of the province of Kirkuk, ending the second reading of the bill Unified Retirement.
He called the Kurdistan Alliance, on Sunday, (November 3, 2013), the adoption of data from the Ministry of Planning as a basis in calculating the parliamentary seats, and as he emphasized he respects the religious authority and its position on the number of seats, pointed out that the Kurdistan region will be the biggest hit as it passed the current electoral law, and in the While State of Law coalition stressed on the need to apply the reference in the opinion to keep the seats in parliament intact and not to increase it, pointed out that he "approached to persuade the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List this matter."
The Iraqi List, demanded, yesterday the first Saturday, (second from November 2013), the adoption of Statistics and Ministry of Planning in the calculation of the seats in Parliament, stressing that its authority is the only constitution, while confirming that it has a number of constants of them, that its authority only adopted by the Constitution which set every 100 thousand people represented by the deputy, pointed out that Iraq is committed to the authority of the Constitution, which emphasizes on this principle.
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