The legal quorum for the first session of the new House of Representatives can be achieved in the presence of 165 deputies, adding that the agenda of the first meeting is not binding on those present.
He said the war for "the eye of Iraq News", "The quorum of the first meeting of the new parliament is achieved in the presence of 165 winners, constituting a majority of 329 and the protocol will be chaired by the oldest of the attendance in the absence of the oldest of the winners and the oath is sworn in and the winners become deputies "Noting that" the agenda of the first meeting is not binding to those present. "
"It is not required to elect the Speaker of the House of Representatives and his deputies, as stated in the agenda of the first session, which the constitution set and how much of the law was included on the agenda of the parliament and did not discuss even as happened in the three parliamentary sessions, such as oil law and the Supreme Court."
He added that "the inclusion of any subject on the agenda does not require the Parliament to implement so the issue of election of the presidency of the parliament contained in the table is an increase was necessary on the administrative body in the parliament left to the President of the teeth and members."
He pointed out that "the attendance of 165 of the 329 number of winners means achieving the quorum and the constitutionality of the session and its legality as they constitute the majority and the majority and the absence of the remaining 164 will not affect the constitutionality and legality of the session."
He added that "there is no need to register the largest bloc or other blocs as requested by the Electoral Commission because the law that is based on is the law of parties, which applies to parties and does not apply to the parliamentary blocs that arise from deputies and not from the parties, there is a difference between parties merge and coalitions of competence The Commission and the parliamentary blocs that are clustered within parliament from the jurisdiction of parliament and has no relationship with the Department of Parties and the Commission. "
The Electoral Commission, earlier, called on all parties, coalitions and successful candidates to form parliamentary alliances to review the headquarters of the Political Parties and Organizations Department of the Electoral Commission as of Tuesday for the purpose of registration in accordance with the law. Finished
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