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    The Constitution Amendment Committee is fading away amid calls to reduce Parliament to 250 deputies

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    The Constitution Amendment Committee is fading away amid calls to reduce Parliament to 250 deputies Empty The Constitution Amendment Committee is fading away amid calls to reduce Parliament to 250 deputies

    Post by Rocky Fri 27 Jan 2023, 5:48 am

    [size=38]The Constitution Amendment Committee is fading away amid calls to reduce Parliament to 250 deputies[/size]


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    Baghdad / Obelisk: Politicians and members of the Iraqi parliament admit that making amendments to the constitution remained ink on the papers of the parliament committee that was formed in 2019 in order to implement the amendment against the backdrop of popular protests.
    In the last appearance of the head of the “wisdom” movement, Ammar al-Hakim, he called on the political forces to reconsider some constitutional articles, considering that a “necessary matter.” A clear impact on the nature of some constitutional articles.”
    The amendments focus on the Federal Court Law, the “System of Government” clause in the constitution, converting it to “presidential or semi-presidential”, the “Accountability and Justice Law”, the authorities in the governorates and the way they are administered, the number of members of the House of Representatives, the oil and gas laws, and Article 140 of the Constitution, the Independent Bodies Act, and the powers granted to the Prime Minister, to select and dismiss his ministers, and governors.
    The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, had previously called on parliament to make amendments to the constitution, following the renewed controversy over loose articles that are subject to more than one interpretation and interpretation, and which have turned into a problem that is renewed in every political crisis.
    Zaidan acknowledged the existence of errors in the interpretation of some laws, including the Federal Court Law, which caused political problems, the latest of which was the crisis of the Sadrist movement, which wanted to form the government as the first winner of the recent parliamentary elections, but was unable to circumvent an interpretation stipulating the formation of the government through the largest political alliance yet. Announcing the election results. According to Zidane, “the constitution has been violated more than once.”
    The official spokesman for the awareness movement, Hamid Al-Sayed, believes that it is necessary to find a majority and an opposition, and the constitution must be amended and the system developed from a representative to a semi-presidential one, so that Iraq will not be a failed state, while the Iraqi politician Ibrahim Bahr Al-Uloom indicates the importance of amending the constitution and enacting the necessary laws to deal with the challenges that arise. facing Iraq.
    And Taloot Al-Shorouki, who is close to Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, says that what is in line with the nature of Iraqi society is a constitutional amendment that the Iraqi parliament is making in order to adapt the Iraqi constitution to the nature of the political system that is in line with the nature of Iraqi society, and that it is he who will discuss the new political system and give his opinion in a general popular referendum. It will be preceded by seminars and dialogues.
    While the Iraqi Council of Representatives is approaching the 450 deputies, the claims see the necessity of amending the constitution to establish the number of parliament members by no more than 250 deputies.
    And the political activist, Shaho Al-Qaradaghi, talks about politicians' calls to amend some constitutional clauses as an essential and important step towards the real correction of the course of the political process in Iraq, wondering whether the proposals aim to correct the political course? Or is it linked to the agenda and interests of these parties? What is your value in amending the constitution in its entirety if the political actor does not believe in it?
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