[size=36]A moderate parliament without virtue or wisdom.. War explains again the article related to the largest bloc[/size]
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an expert in legal affairs, Tariq Harb, on Sunday, once again explained Article 45 of the Constitution regarding the largest bloc.
Harb told Mawazine News, "The moderate parliament is the next parliament in its extension and progress, the disappearance of shouting and chirping, the disappearance of virtue, the presence of a minimum level of wisdom, and less than a month for approval by the Supreme Court."
He added, "The moderate parliament is the next parliament in Baghdad, even if it becomes devoid of virtue and the minimum level of wisdom (that is, the Virtue Party bloc that lost the elections and the MPs of the Wisdom Movement, whose number has been horribly reduced), and the loud screamers who used to fill the flags, screaming and knocking, morning and evening, and Parliament went. He is walking under the leadership of Sairoon and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, progress and extension in the independents and the extension movement.
He continued, "There is no value, even if everyone's coalition happens against Sairoon, the President of the Republic is obliged to assign their candidate, because Article 45 of the Parliament Election Law No. 9 of 2020 (which was issued after the decisions of the previous Supreme Court) was not challenged by the Supreme Court, and this article prevented the transfer to the deputy." The party and the bloc have no, as some interpret it wrongly, that it banned representatives only and did not ban parties and blocs, and in this Article 45 states (No deputy, party, or bloc registered within an open list that won the elections has the right to move to a coalition, party, bloc or other list) and the text does not require To comment or explain, the prohibition is general, absolute and comprehensive.
And between: “The deputy, the party, and the bloc, but the coalition has a role in voting to grant confidence to the prime minister and his ministry. Thus, the approval of the Supreme Court on the electoral results was left only for a period estimated by the Electoral Commission Law No. 31 of 2019 in Article (18) and beyond, less than a month after that The Board of Commissioners decides on complaints submitted to it.
He continued: "There is a three-day period for the plaintiffs' right to appeal against the decisions of the Commission before the Judicial Committee, and ten days for the issuance of the decision of the Judicial Commission for the elections, i.e. the ruling, noting that the Commission is obligated to answer the decisions and inquiries of the Judicial Commission within a week only, and after completing the above, the final results are presented for the court's approval. Supreme".
And he indicated, "(Noting that what is meant is the Virtue Party, which vanished from the parliamentary presence in these elections, and the Wisdom Movement bloc, which lost many of its seats in these elections).” Ended 29/A 43