[size=36]Baghdad Council: Freezing the provincial councils needs to legislate a new law that is not inconsistent with the Constitution[/size]
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The Council of Baghdad, on Monday, that the freezing of the work of provincial councils needs to legislate a new law does not contradict the Constitution.
"The issue of the provincial councils has been referred to the Legal Committee and the Provincial Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives. This issue inevitably needs to legislate a new law that is not inconsistent with the Iraqi constitution," said Saad al-Muttalbi, a member of the council. Reads first and second readings and then vote in the dome of the Council and this needs time. "
"There is a parliamentary opposition to this trend, so I think it is very difficult to pass such an issue that is contrary to the constitution and is not feasible," he said.
He pointed out, "There is no justification for its abolition or freezing as the law must have reasons and if the issue is financial, provincial councils do not cost the state anything, and if there are allegations that it is unsuccessful in its work, we demand the abolition of the rest of the ministries that are unsuccessful in her job".
The member of the Council, believed that "the House of Representatives is not really serious to freeze the work of the provincial councils, and that the subject is not merely a topic put forward by the Speaker of Parliament - and members of the Council as we have come to it - had strong objections and even from the former conservatives who objected to this They affirmed the role of the provincial councils in preserving public funds and supervising the companies working in the different governorates and projects.