[size=36]A deputy reveals the largest legislative scandal in the history of Iraq and calls on Parliament to dissolve itself immediately[/size]
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, MP Hoshyar Abdullah confirmed on Saturday that not voting on the mechanism for distributing electoral districts is a legal breach and a major scandal for Parliament, indicating that Parliament should correct errors in the election and commission laws and then dissolve itself immediately.
Abdullah said, in a statement received by / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "the House of Representatives legislated the election laws and the High Commission in implementation of part of the demands of the demonstrators who took to the street on the first of October of last year, and in both laws the parliament did not succeed and its work was not accomplished in the way The correct one that meets the demands of the demonstrators. We have enacted the election law, but we still do not know how to distribute the electoral districts. "
And he stated, "If this dangerous aspect that the speaker of parliament referred to the Legal Committee and the Presidency is neglected, it will be the biggest legislative scandal in the history of the Iraqi state, because it is not reasonable that the mechanism for distributing electoral districts does not pass through the House of Representatives and is approved without the approval of the Council, as well as (Bid'ah) Approval by the Legal Committee and the Presidency of the Council will be the beginning of future legislative catastrophes, knowing that the tables in all laws are an integral part of the law and not voting on the schedule of how electoral districts are distributed the largest legal violation and legislative scandal in the history of the Iraqi state.
Abdullah explained, "The current parliament is only responsible for correcting these two laws. After that, this parliament must be dissolved and its role ends permanently, provided that they legislate them properly and not in their current form, especially with regard to the distribution of electoral districts and reconsideration of the electronic counting and winning the highest votes."