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    Al-Mandalawi describes the 2005 constitution as "the best" compared to Arab countries, and Hamoudi: It did not satisfy all components, but it is acceptable



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    Shafaq News / Today, Friday, the First Deputy Speaker of the Parliament described the Iraqi constitution, which was approved in 2005, as "advanced" over all the constitutions of Arab countries, while the head of the Iraqi Constitution Writing Council at the time, Hammam Hamoudi, revealed that the objections to the constitution are "natural" because it did not achieve all What the components want, but it was "acceptable" to everyone.
    On this day, the activities of the "Iraq Constitution 2005: Evaluation and Building a New Vision" conference were held for the period from December 16-17 at Gilgamesh Hall in the Babel Hotel in Baghdad, with the participation of local and international political and intellectual elite to evaluate the Iraqi constitution of 2005 and the final results of the project.
    Independent MP Hussein Arab said in a speech on behalf of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, during the activities of the Iraq Constitution Conference 2005, which was attended by Shafaq News agency's correspondent.
    "The Iraqis have fought an important battle on the way to completing the building of a state of democracy and law, namely the battle of achieving the constitution, and although the most important chapter in it has been completed with its approval in the popular referendum that took place on the 15th of October of the year 2005, it is clear Other chapters of it are still awaiting Iraqi citizens, politicians, legislators, writers, journalists, activists, jurists, and civil society organizations. Writing the constitution, which is the most important document for any people, does not end once it is approved, but is a continuous process of amendment, addition, research and discussion.
    Arab described, quoting al-Mandalawi, that "the Iraqi constitution is considered ahead of all Arab constitutions, whether with regard to defining the powers of the executive authority (the president and the prime minister) and giving a greater margin of oversight and accountability to the legislative authority, or through its emphasis on the basic freedoms of citizens, and the guarantee of the rights of national minorities." and religious.”
    Arab continued, "When we think about amending the constitution, we must think that Iraq is a trust in our necks. Iraq is not only about the size of the government. The government is one of the state's institutions, and strengthening the government contributes to strengthening the state. Rather, we think about the size of the Iraqi state in the sense of the permanent constitution, rights and freedoms, the parliament and the Supreme Judicial Council." And the governments of the regions and governorates and independent bodies and other basic issues.
    For his part, the head of the Constitution Writing Committee at the time, Hammam Hamoudi, said in a speech during the conference that "the writing of the constitution was a national Iraqi will similar to the will of the Iraqis to defeat the organization (Daesh). .
    Hammoudi added, "We were able, through the parliament, to end the foreign occupation when the occupier requested legal immunity, but the parliament refused, and there is no immunity for any foreigner in Iraq, and this is an achievement for Iraq to end the foreign occupation through the constitution."
    Hammoud continued, "When we hear an objection to the constitution, this is normal, because it did not achieve all that the Shiites want, and all that the Sunnis want, or what the Kurds want, but rather it represents the right accepted by everyone, and for this we find that everyone who contributed to this committee wrote notes on the constitution." ".
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