[size=36]A parliamentary proposal to end the political stalemate.. The two presidency and the ministers are independent[/size]
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Al-Jabri said, "The formation of parliamentary committees is carried out according to the principle of distributing their chairs among the blocs that won the elections, and what delays their completion is 3 basic points."
He added, "The first point is the delay in forming the new government and its form, because the presidency of the committees corresponds to naming ministers. If the ministry is for a specific political party, it will be matched by the designation of the presidency of the committee associated with the same work on the other hand, in order to activate the oversight role of Parliament over this ministry."
He added, "The second point is the differences between the political blocs and the lack of understandings for naming the heads of the parliamentary committees, while the current political blockage that opposes the nomination of the President of the Republic and the prime minister represents the third point."
He stressed that "the independent representatives also want to be an active party in the parliamentary committees with the aim of oversight, and this does not mean that all the independents will be in the opposition, but rather there are independents participating in the government formation dialogues."
Al-Jabri stressed that the file of forming committees and naming their chairs should not paralyze the supervisory and parliamentary work and disrupt the legislation of laws, especially since the failure to form a government and the delay in passing the budget disrupts the urgent files that the Iraqi people are waiting for.
Regarding the current proposals to end the political blockage, Al-Jabri explained that "the independent representatives put forward ideas and proposals by naming independent figures for the presidency and the ministers to end the current situation, and we believe that going this way will allow for a successful and stable government in its work that enjoys the support of Parliament." Ended 29 / p. 87