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    Post by Rocky Sun 08 Apr 2018, 2:25 am

    Parliamentary amendment gives Turkmen and Christ the right to vote in the Electoral Commission and abolishes 9 agents
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    The presidency of the House of Representatives is considering holding a session or two sessions of the Parliament during the current month to vote on a legal amendment to ensure the increase in the number of members of the Electoral Commission to (11) seats in exchange for the abolition of positions and positions of nine agents.
     
    The intensive and lengthy contacts conducted by the Presidency with the heads of the parliamentary blocs resulted in a preliminary agreement to set the 17th of April as the date of the next parliament session to pass some of the laws of the stalled and controversial, which number about 69 laws.
     
    The parliamentary circles recognize the difficulty of completing the quorum of the next parliamentary session, which is intended to pass laws that have been disabled for years, explaining why most of the deputies preoccupied with the election campaigns that will be launched soon. However, the parliamentary circles are likely to set an alternate date for another session before the upcoming parliamentary elections.
     
    The House of Representatives' Emad John says in a press statement that "the Presidency of the House of Representatives is preparing for a meeting of the House of Representatives on the seventeenth of April next consultation of the heads of blocs to participate in the upcoming meeting," recognizing "the existence of serious difficulties is the possibility of achieving a quorum" .
     
    The House of Representatives has raised its meeting held on the twenty-eighth of last March to another slogan.
     
    And attributed John, the reasons for his expectations not to achieve a quorum for the next session of the House of Representatives, "the preoccupation of most of the electoral campaigns that will be launched soon," and expected that "the Presidency of Parliament will determine the end of this month an alternative date to hold another session in the event could not complete the quorum of the next session."
     
    The decision of the House of Representatives that "the Presidency of the Parliament moved during the last period on the parliamentary blocs influential to agree to hold a meeting of the parliament during the next few periods to pass a large part of the laws that have been disabled in the current parliamentary session."
     
    Because of the differences between the parliamentary blocs, the House of Representatives in its current session of the passage of a large number of controversial laws, which remained idle for many years, primarily the laws of the Federal Court, oil and gas and the media and communications and others.
     
    The representative of the Christian component that "the Presidency of the House of Representatives intends to submit a large number of controversial laws that reached the stages of voting and the stage of previous parliamentary sessions, foremost of which are the Federal Court of Justice, oil and gas, information crimes, the National Guard, the federal civil service, freedom of expression, Peaceful, and counter-terrorism ".
     
    John explains that "the number of controversial laws up to 69 laws are installed in the lists of parliamentary committees seeking the presidency of the House of Representatives to pass the largest part of them during the remainder of the life of the current parliament," stressing that "all these laws completed their second reading and is ready to vote after discussion between the blocks Earlier".
     
    John pointed out that "some of these laws, which are included within the controversial laws need to rounds of negotiations between the parliamentary powers to mature fully and fully before being submitted to vote in the coming sessions," explaining that "attempts will be in place to facilitate the process of passing."
     
    The MP expects the province of Kirkuk to "hold the House of Representatives in the coming days two or three sessions before the dates of the parliamentary elections scheduled for 12 May next," adding that "the legislation of the law is one of the best campaigns for the deputy who is thinking of election campaigns."
     
    The cabinet set the date for the parliamentary elections on 12 May next after confirming its commitment to provide safe and necessary environment for the elections and the return of displaced persons to their areas.
     
    The deputy from the province of Kirkuk, saying that "the identification of laws and the agenda of the next meeting is up to the Presidency of Parliament in consultation with the parliamentary committees concerned," stressing the need to put "the proposal to amend the law of the Electoral Commission for elections to vote."
     
    "The proposed law increases the number of seats of the Electoral Commission to 11 seats by granting two additional seats to the Turkmen and the Christian component," explains John, pointing out that "the amendment abolished the agents of the members of the Board of Commissioners."
     
    On 23 October 2017, the House of Representatives voted on list B of the list of candidates for the Electoral Commission's Board of Commissioners after it voted to add a Turkoman and another Christian who were not eligible to vote in the High Commission. However, the current legislation seeks to grant the additional commissioners the right Voting. The Christian MP continued that "the House of Representatives ended the second reading of the bill of law less than a month ago."
     
    The House completed the first reading of the amendment of the Electoral Commission Law last July, with the aim of expanding the representation of the components in accordance with Article 125 of the Iraqi Constitution.
     
    He pointed out that "the abolition of agents commissioners will be at the expense of an increase in the number of seats of the Electoral Commission from nine to 11 members to ensure the representation of all components of the Iraqi people in the Electoral Commission," noting that "the submission of this proposal to vote came after dropping at the end of the last legislative term, To wait for a new legislative chapter to be put forward again. "
     
    And voted the House of Representatives in October last, not to approve the proposed law of the second amendment to the law of the Electoral Commission No. (11) for the year 2007, which prevents the submission of candidates for the components of Turkmen and Christian as permanent members of the Board of Commission.
     
    The MP Imad John that "the House of Representatives voted in October last decision to add two seats for the component Turkmen and Christian to the staff of the Electoral Commission," likely "to pass the bill after the agreement between most of the blocks."
     
    The Federal Court has responded to the lawsuit filed before it on 24/11/2008 on the vote of the House of Representatives on the Electoral Commission in 2007, saying that "the representation of all components of the Iraqi people in the Council of the nine members of the Assembly is very precise and the Parliament in the future to take into account That. "
     
    On the other hand, MP from the coalition of state law Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, "The House of Representatives will hold its next meeting on 29 and 30 April to complete the passage of some laws," asserting that "there is a will to pass some controversial laws."
     
    The MP from the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc Vian Dakhil on the amendment of the proposed law of the Electoral Commission, saying that the legislation "rejected by the Presidency of Parliament for a long time."
     
    "The Council of Representatives is issuing a decision to grant the two reserve seats in the Electoral Commission Council dedicated to the Turkmen and Christian constituents the right to vote, like the members of the Commission of the nine elections," asserting that "the Turkmen component strongly demanded that the two reserve seats the right to vote with members of the Electoral Commission" .


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