[size=36]Parliament provides new clarification to public opinion about the MPs[/size]
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The speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohamed Halaboussi, Saturday, a new clarification of public opinion during today's session on the deputies who have been replaced.
Halabousi said that according to the ruling of the Supreme Federal Court No. (57 / T / 2018) of 19/8/2018, which ratified the results of the elections of the House of Representatives in accordance with Article (93 / VII) of the Constitution, Have been approved by deputies. "
And Abizaid: "Which means that all the winners of the elections, who swore in accordance with the Federal Supreme Court, referred to as the Nva, which was approved by the election results, are deputies until they exit the House of Representatives."
Al Halbusi said: "Those who have been replaced by the Federal Supreme Court do not enjoy any rights to members of the House of Representatives after the issuance of the decision to replace them, including financial rights, but the period of their work from the moment of their constitutional oath until the moment of their departure in accordance with the provisions of opposition and replacement provided for in Article (52 / First and second) of the Constitution, are deputies and enjoy the rights of the deputies and their duties, both in terms of legislation or control.
He added: "Here it is necessary to emphasize that neither current deputies nor former deputies have any privilege in the rights of retirement, and that what applies to any employee in the Iraqi state applies to the members of the House of Representatives. Everyone is subject to the provisions of the unified pension law, (140) and its unity (141/2018) on the occasion of the appeal against the unconstitutionality of articles in the Law of the House of Representatives and its Formations No. (13) for the year 2018 on 23/12/2018 and this should be explained to the people. "
And between the: "The meaning of their rights (Deputies Deputies) is their rights as deputies from the moment of the constitutional oath to the moment of exit only, and does not mean granting them pension benefits and therefore required clarification of this matter."
With reference to the fact that the Federal Supreme Court ruled earlier in its ruling No. (28/2018) that its provisions are binding and binding on all authorities on the basis of Article (94) of the Constitution from the date of issue unless the provision provides another date of entry into force.