[size=36]Parliamentary Legal: There is an accumulation of legislation since the monarchy in Iraq[/size]
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The Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed today, Wednesday, that many constitutional texts are not clear and have been interpreted, considering this matter a reason to create many crises, especially with regard to choosing the largest bloc.
The head of the committee, MP Muhammad Anouz, said, in a televised interview, that "the political blocs were not qualified to run a country like Iraq, and the evidence is that there are rivalries over the management of ministries and agencies, and we have accumulated legislation dating back to the time of the monarchy and to this day."
He added that "the House of Representatives, represented by its political blocs, had to work 3 shifts a day, and not as if it were a House of Representatives in a stable country with abundant financial resources," noting that "what happened from legislation after 2003, most of it was subject to amendments."
Anouz stressed that "the constitution did not serve the political process in terms of the current crisis and other crises, and the political forces must realize their responsibilities and justify their presence and work towards the Iraqi people, and without it, what is the purpose of the presence of this number of politicians." Ended 29 / p. 87