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    The Constitutional Amendment Committee hints at the corner of its work: the blocs are not ready for

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    [size=52]The Constitutional Amendment Committee hints at the corner of its work: the blocs are not ready for fundamental amendments[/size]

    [size=45]Political forces in the House of Representatives are moving to delay the amendment of the constitution until after the early parliamentary elections, following the differences on the articles relating to determining the shape of the political system and the powers of the federal authority and the provinces.
    [size=45]Among the most contentious articles are those that relate to wealth management (oil and gas), and article (140) concerned with the disputed territories, which according to deputies reached the point of estrangement between the powers and the parliamentary parties who pretend that time is not enough for them to agree to provide these amendments. Member of the Constitutional Amendment Committee, MP Mohamed Karbouli, said in a statement to (Al-Mada) that "the atmosphere has not been prepared for us to make constitutional amendments in light of the protesters insist on legislating the Parliamentary Elections Law and holding early parliamentary elections," noting that "the time is not enough to accomplish these amendments." .[/size]
    [size=45]In October last year, under the pressure of the masses that protested in central and southern Iraq, the Parliament formed a committee to amend the constitution, consisting of eighteen deputies, to make amendments to many of the articles and articles of the constitution.[/size]
    [size=45]Committee members agreed in their first meeting that took place on the fifth of last November that their constitutional amendments be objective through the use of experts of constitutional and legal jurisprudence and academics to discuss them.[/size]
    [size=45]This is not the first time that Parliament has formed a committee to amend the constitution, as the House of Representatives previously formed in its previous sessions a number of committees that were unable to make constitutional amendments because of the differences between the blocs and components on how to amend.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Karbouli adds that "the presentation of constitutional amendments to a general referendum by a new election commission requires a period that may exceed two years or more to complete", noting that "the new commission will be busy providing the atmosphere for early parliamentary elections." Karbouli believes that "it is necessary to define the paragraphs And the materials that need amendments in the current session before they are postponed to the new parliamentary session. ”He added,“ The available data in the political corridors reveal the presence of a trend in the majority of the parliamentary blocs regarding postponing the expected constitutional amendments until after the early parliamentary elections, which It will result in the formation of a new government. ”The representative of the Iraqi Forces Union explains:“ There are major differences between the forces and components over Article (140) and the disputed territories, oil and gas management, ports and the political system. ” On Monday, the Constitutional Amendments Committee hosted a delegation of the United Nations, which included experts and specialists in the field of writing the constitution, to discuss ways to support the UN mission in Iraq in making constitutional amendments and to mature the amendment proposals and produce satisfactory results. Al-Karbouli said that "the meeting was consultative regarding the discussion of some controversial points." Among the most prominent constitutional articles to be modified are those related to the political system, provincial council elections, provincial laws, Article 140 and disputed areas, and Article 76 concerned with the interpretation of who is the largest bloc.[/size]
    [size=45]On the other hand, the representative of the National Approach Bloc Hussein Al-Aqabi explains in a statement to (Al-Mada) that “the constitution amendment committee formed by the parliament more than a month ago branched into three sub-committees, each of which is competent to review and amend a section of the constitution”, noting that “the mini-committees She received proposals and opinions from non-parliamentary bodies. ”He adds that“ the next stage for the constitutional amendment committee is to collect these multiple and diverse ideas to present them for settlement between powers and components to pass in the House of Representatives, ”noting that“ this process is fundamental and requires a long time to mature. ”[/size]
    [size=45]The punitive deputy affirms that "the Parliamentary Constitutional Amendment Committee continues in its meetings to agree on the articles to be amended," suggesting that "the extension of the period specified for the Parliamentary Committee due to the differences and lack of agreement on many articles."[/size]
    [size=45]A member of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives reviews the most important points and controversial paragraphs between the blocks and components that hinder the amendment of the constitution, saying that “there is a large and sharp disparity between the blocks and components on essential articles and paragraphs that cannot be modified unless they are agreed upon,” noting that “there is a difference in the nature of the system Political, governance and management. ”[/size]
    [size=45]He continues that "there are blocs that push the change of the current political system to semi-presidential or mixed parliamentary and presidential and some others insist on maintaining the parliamentary system," adding that "other controversial proposals include the distribution of competencies between the federal authority and the authorities in the provinces and the region."[/size]
    [size=45]The deputy from the Baghdad governorate indicates that "one of the most prominent controversial points that may reach the boycott is what relates to the management of oil and gas," noting that "these paragraphs are among the basic principles that are largely controversial between blocks and components."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Uqabi notes that “Sunni forces tend to maintain and adhere to the current parliamentary system while some Shiite forces tend to adopt a mixed system (presidential - parliamentary similar to the French system)” adding that “there are political forces such as the National Approach that offer to give the governorates a wide administrative decentralization system while maintaining On the privacy of the region. ”[/size]
    [size=45]He concludes his speech by saying that "these ideas and proposals are not settled until this moment between the blocs and the components that are trying to agree upon before offering them to vote in the House of Representatives."[/size]
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