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The Constitutional Amendments Committee agreed to reduce the members of Parliament

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Post by rocky on Thu 30 Apr 2020, 6:25 am


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[size=18]A political source revealed, the most prominent of what was agreed upon by the Committee for Constitutional Amendments, while noting that it had accomplished 75% of its work.


The source said, "A consensus was reached on a joint paper specifying the committee's work related to a number of constitutional clauses," explaining that "the paper includes two paragraphs, the first being to re-introduce the disputed paragraphs again according to a perspective commensurate with the stage variables, and to be presented for discussion according to these considerations, and to prepare Reports on all the details of the paragraphs and the most important changes that occurred in them, and submitting them to the committee for approval.






 
He added that "the second paragraph will include a re-examination of the paragraphs that have been agreed upon due to the requirements of the stage and the possibility of adding some notes that are in the public interest," noting that "the committee discussed and accomplished a large percentage of constitutional articles up to 75%, and stopped for the special circumstances that it passes Country. "
 
He stressed that "the agreed paragraphs are: reducing the number of members of parliament, the mechanism for naming the prime minister, as well as other constitutional articles," pointing to "the existence of other constitutional articles on it, such as the nature of the system of government in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , and the separation of powers."
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He added that "there are deep differences and come to a standstill on some of the paragraphs, particularly those relating to the possible transition of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  from the parliamentary system to a presidential", stressing that "this proposal is confronted with severe rejection of fear of returning to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  to dictatorship."

He explained that "other disputes broke out regarding the nature of the relationship between the central government, the territorial government, the distribution of resources, and article 140 of the constitution related to the disputed areas between Baghdad and Erbil," noting that "what has been reached so far is consensus, but it is not written." And it was not sent to the Presidency of Parliament for presentation to vote. "

And between, that "two reasons behind the delay in its actions, are the legislative recess of Parliament and the Corona pandemic that struck [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  and the world."

 
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi constitution made the number of members of parliament subject to increase with an increase in the population, as it imposed the presence of one deputy for every 100,000 people. As a result, the number of members of the House of Representatives rose from 275 in the first elections held in 2005 to 329 in the last parliamentary elections that took place. In May 2018.


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