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    Human Rights calls for the resumption of its work: the previous parliament violated the law

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    Human Rights calls for the resumption of its work: the previous parliament violated the law Empty Human Rights calls for the resumption of its work: the previous parliament violated the law

    Post by Rocky Mon 13 Dec 2021, 6:12 am

    [size=52]Human Rights calls for the resumption of its work: the previous parliament violated the law[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Sunday, the Board of Commissioners of the Independent High Commission for Human Rights criticized the previous parliament's interference in and freezing its functions, calling for implementing the recommendation of the Presidency of the Republic and allowing it to resume its work.[/size]
    [size=45]Council member Ali Al-Bayati said, in an interview with (Al-Mada), that "the Commission suffers from major problems, although it emerged as an important institution and a translation of the constitutional principles that gave priority to the issue of human rights in Iraq." Al-Bayati added, "The commission performs an oversight work and is part of the accountability process in the case of violations that may be issued by the authority."[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out that "the Federal Supreme Court in July issued a clear decision in a positive step for all state institutions, as if they were aware that interventions would target the commission, as the judicial decision affirmed its independence and not being subject to the authority of Parliament." Al-Bayati indicated that "the Iraqi parliament was clearly interfering in the work of the Commission without any legal basis, and the Board of Commissioners was frozen according to a letter issued by the Presidency, bypassing the voting process."[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed that "the issuance of the letter of the Presidency of the Republic, which recommends that the current commission continue to work until the formation of a new Board of Commissioners represents a step in the right direction." Al-Bayati continues, "This step was confirmed by the representative of Iraq before the Security Council, Muhammad Bahr Al-Ulum, but the strange thing is that the government does not recognize the Board of Commissioners as running the commission, and this indicates a desire to obstruct its work." And he added, "The law talks about the termination of the Commission Council in three steps, the first is the completion of four years, the second is the vote by the House of Representatives, the issuance of a republican decree, and the third is the advent of a new council."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Bayati noted that "the steps were not achieved until four years ago, and the question remains, where are the rest of the procedures?, including the parliament's vote to end the work of the Council of Commissioners and replace it with a new council." He pointed out, "The constitution gave importance to the Council of Commissioners that they come with a vote and leave with a vote, and this is what the Presidency of the Republic has confirmed as the authority concerned with safeguarding the constitution and ensuring that its principles are preserved."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Bayati hopes that "the issue will be remedied by the Council of Ministers, and there will be a response to the same assurance before the Security Council that the Commission continues to work as guarantees before the international community and institutions concerned with the human rights file."[/size]
    [size=45]The previous House of Representatives had issued a book in early October that included the termination of the work of the Council of Commissioners of the High Commission for Human Rights, but the Presidency of the Republic issued a book later in which it talked about the continuation of the work of the Council until a replacement is formed in accordance with the constitutional and legal contexts.[/size]
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