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    Minority representatives are angry because of the presidency of parliamentary committees

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    Minority representatives are angry because of the presidency of parliamentary committees Empty Minority representatives are angry because of the presidency of parliamentary committees

    Post by Rocky Wed 08 Feb 2023, 4:50 am

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    [size=52]Minority representatives are angry because of the presidency of parliamentary committees[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Tuesday, representatives of minorities in the House of Representatives called on Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi to reconsider the distribution of chairs in parliamentary committees, after what they called their deliberate exclusion and lack of representation in them.[/size]
    [size=45]Representative Waad al-Quddo said on behalf of the Shabak minority during a press conference held in the parliament building with the participation of representatives of the components: “The parliamentary committees met a few days ago with all their members, and in the presence of the council’s presidency to choose the heads of the committees and their deputies, and we regret what happened during the meetings of a clear imbalance in the representation of the components in the parliamentary committees. It is an extension of the marginalization that was practiced against the components in the formation of the government, and today it is practiced by the political blocs against us in distributing committees, excluding some minority representatives from parliamentary committees and marginalizing them from their entitlement to chair committees and their deputies.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Quddo called on the Presidency of the House of Representatives to reconsider the distribution of committees and adopt the principle of participation for all components in the House of Representatives to exercise its oversight role over the ruling executive body.[/size]
    [size=45]The Iraqi Council of Representatives recently voted on the members of its 25 parliamentary committees, after it canceled previous decisions regarding the distribution of its deputies to those committees. He proceeded to select the chairs and their deputies for those committees.[/size]
    [size=45]And the “Ishraqa Canon” parliamentary bloc had reported at the end of last January that “the opposition blocs have been excluded from the positions of chairpersons of parliamentary committees and their deputies,” noting that “the process of electing chairpersons of the committees is quota.”[/size]
    [size=45]After that, the House of Representatives issued a statement in which it considered that the information mentioned by the “Ishraqa Canon” bloc was “untrue,” stressing that “the parliamentary committees in the House of Representatives elected their heads and deputies in a democratic practice, in which all the parliamentary blocs represented in the House participated.”[/size]
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