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    Post by Rocky Fri 26 May 2023, 4:35 am

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    [size=52]Parliamentary Committee: Efforts to whistle the legislation of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council[/size]

    [size=45]Yesterday, Wednesday, the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives announced the formation of a joint committee with the Presidency of the Republic to cancel the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council.[/size]
    [size=45]Pointing out that most of them are still in force until the present time. It is noteworthy that most of the legislation that was enacted before the ninth of April 2003 was by decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council, while observers are calling for a review of it in line with the legislative development taking place and the nature of the new political system based on democracy and participation in governance.[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the Legal Committee, Representative Rebwar Hadi, said in a statement, "The committee held a meeting yesterday, Wednesday, with the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, and discussed with him the status of legislation in Iraq."[/size]
    [size=45]Hadi continued, "The meeting resulted in the formation of a joint committee between the Parliamentary Legal Committee and the Presidency of the Republic in order to cancel the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council."[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out that “the number of decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council reaches 5903 decisions, most of which are still valid.” And Hadi stated, “The agreement guarantees that if these decisions need alternative legislation, then this will be addressed through the enactment of laws, but if they do not need alternative legislation, then they will be canceled, according to the constitutional contexts.”[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, a presidential statement received by (Al-Mada) stated that “the meeting discussed the importance of the role of the House of Representatives in enacting and legislating important laws that the constitution stipulated for its legislation, especially those related to the requirements of citizens that work to improve living and service conditions and provide them with the best services.” And the statement continued, “The President of the Republic directed the Council of Advisors and Experts in the Presidency of the Republic to fully cooperate with the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives in order to present an integrated package of legislation and according to the actual need.” And he pointed out, “The President of the Republic directed the need to expedite the review of the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council, and talked about the efforts made by the Presidency of the Republic to follow up on the cases of detainees and those whose sentences have expired.”[/size]
    [size=45]Meanwhile, the head of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, according to the presidential statement, indicated that “the committee needs to cooperate and coordinate with the Presidency of the Republic to present draft laws as an authority concerned with legislation, and stressed that, according to the vision of His Excellency the President of the Republic, the committee will work to review the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council, The joint committee will begin its work as of next week.[/size]
    [size=45]And the statement went on, “The head of the legal committee expressed the committee’s readiness to start discussing the draft law of the Supreme Water Council sent by the Presidency of the Republic, in coordination with the Agriculture, Water and Marshes Committee.” Meanwhile, former deputy Wael Abdel Latif stated, in a press statement, that "the decisions of the Revolutionary Command Council still rule Iraq to a large extent, and these decisions and the laws of the Baath period are still in force."[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul Latif continued, “Several times we asked the parliament to form a specialized committee of jurists to study the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council, conform them with the constitution, and cancel what contradicts the articles of the constitution, but no one responded to us.”[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, “There are many laws enacted during the era of the dissolved Baath Party that may not conform to the provisions of the constitution, and we demand their abolition, but unfortunately they canceled individual and few decisions, and we demand their wholesale abolition.”[/size]
    [size=45]And Abdul Latif stated, “The Revolutionary Command Council continued to issue decisions from 1970 until 2003, and we can imagine the size of these decisions that have the force of laws, and this is a major defect committed by the House of Representatives, the executive authority, and ministries that operate according to the decisions of the Revolutionary Command Council.”[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul Latif finds that “the Iraqi parliament is regressing in its work, which means that the first session was better than the second, and the second is better than the third, and so on.. there is a significant decline in the work of the House of Representatives due to their loss of expertise, experts and people of wisdom.” And he continues, “The decisions of the Revolutionary Command Council have interfered in all aspects of government and life. There are many decisions on agriculture, industry, foreign affairs, municipalities, and the interior.”[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul Latif called, “the legal departments in the ministries to study these decisions and cancel what is inconsistent with the constitution, and this is not a difficult process.”[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul Latif went on to say that "a large part of the decisions of the Revolutionary Command Council still governs Iraq. The decision to expel the general managers, which was recently taken by the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, was based on a decision of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council."[/size]
    [size=45]The Legal Committee had confirmed the existence of dozens of laws in the lists of the committees, most notably the budget that the Iraqis have been waiting for approval for quite some time, in addition to other laws related to the political agreement document for the state administration coalition, such as the Federal Supreme Court law, the oil and gas law, the general amnesty law, and other service laws related to the sectoral ministries. In order to assist her in carrying out her job duties in the best way, in a manner commensurate with the development taking place in the institutions of the Iraqi state.[/size]
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