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Controversial laws will be resolved by the new parliament?

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Controversial laws will be resolved by the new parliament? Empty Controversial laws will be resolved by the new parliament?

Post by rocky Thu 21 Oct 2021, 7:29 am

[size=52]Controversial laws will be resolved by the new parliament?[/size]

[size=45]The new parliament is waiting for a number of laws that need legislation to see the light, especially the controversial ones that have been parked in the parliament's shelves for years without finding a way out to make them effective, including the oil and gas law and the anti-violence law. And if the attention is directed towards resolving the budget law file for 2022, legal experts talked about other laws that remained suspended and waiting for consensus between the political blocs to be passed under the dome of Parliament.[/size]
[size=45]Professor of international law and legal expert Dr. Louay Al-Hamdani said, “One of the priorities of the new parliament is to legislate a number of laws related to the economic reality, including laws related to industry, agriculture and investment, which entail raising the economic reality in general, and are positively reflected on the economic reality of the individual. Iraqi".[/size]
[size=45]And he continued, “One of the most important of these laws is to legislate a law regulating the private sector, in order to be able to guarantee the availability of job opportunities for all the Iraqi people, graduates and non-graduates and holders of higher degrees, because unemployment is a scourge that threatens all societies, and we can say that most problems when we analyze them in an analysis Accurately, we find that it is caused by unemployment, whether crimes related to terrorism or theft. He pointed out that "most family problems are caused by unemployment, so one of the priorities of the new parliament is to focus on the economic aspect, and to support the judiciary with unlimited support so that the judiciary is independent, in addition to enacting a set of laws that address the administrative reality of the judiciary."[/size]
[size=45]For his part, Professor of Civil Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Maysan, Dr. Majid Mijbas Hassan, stated that “one of the priorities of the current parliament and before resolving the file of suspended laws is to choose the three presidencies and vote on the government, and it is likely that this matter will be resolved in one deal as usual.”[/size]
[size=45]He stressed that "the previous legislative councils failed to touch the concerns of the people, so the laws must be amended in proportion to the actual need of the people. That is why we place our hopes on the current parliament, to bring about a revolution by amending the Iraqi legislative system."[/size]
[size=45]Hassan suggested, “The formation of the Legislative System Reform Commission in Iraq, based on Article 108 of the Constitution.[/size]
[size=45]In turn, the legal expert, Dr. Saud Awad Al-Akaili, said: “After more than 17 years of political change in Iraq from a totalitarian, authoritarian regime to an open and unlimited democratic system, and the results of the recent elections, and the qualitative leap I sensed in the voting mechanism, so it is time for The preoccupation of the current parliament, and the most important goal of all, is to restore confidence to the people and the masses after these lean years.”[/size]
[size=45]He added that "the new parliament bears breaking the deadly regional trenches, and that the matter depends on the focus of the next government and political harmony between the winning blocs, and therefore the parliament's production of these legislations depends definitely on political consensus and the extent of work in the spirit of one team."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Ugaili stressed "the need for changes to the controversial laws, as well as those laws that each party interpreted in their favour, which led to the destruction of the political system and made the country's goods vulnerable to looting." To this, Legal Adviser Hatif Al-Rikabi indicated that “one of the most important priorities of the current new parliament is not to separate legislation from oversight, and that one of the most important factors of oversight or the oversight role is the fight against corruption. Activating the role of the public prosecution through Parliament.[/size]
[size=45]He stressed that "through strict supervision, Iraq will get rid of corruption, which will lead to its stability and the provision of services," noting that "there are new parliamentary blocs that have risen to the parliament, and they will have the biggest role in this, if they take the side of the parliamentary opposition, and they will have a greater role in combating And controlling corruption through the oversight role.” He stressed, “The new parliament should legislate important controversial laws, which have shifted from the previous session to the current session, and the state authorities should be completed, including the Federation Council, which is the second legislative chamber of the House of Representatives, and without it the legislative authority will be incomplete, as well as the oil and gas law, which is the center of headache and conflict.” Between the center and the region, in addition to the legislation of a comprehensive social security law and a labor law that achieves social justice and transitional justice in Iraq, as well as other important laws.”[/size]
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