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    A representative demands the disclosure of the political agreement paper and confirms: 30 smuggling

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    Today, Thursday, a member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Representative Raed Al-Maliki, revealed the reasons for the poor performance of the legislative parliament, while pointing out that the general amnesty law was not submitted for discussion due to the lack of political consensus, and demanded that the political agreement paper be revealed. He also confirmed that 30 outlets in the region are designated for smuggling.


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    Al-Maliki said during his speech on the program (Openly), broadcast by Al-Sumaria TV, that “the phenomenon of withdrawal of laws by the government is negative and is one of the reasons for the weak performance of the legislative parliament and the lack of productivity of the House of Representatives because the committees start with a draft law and give it a first and second reading, and when it reaches the voting stage, it is withdrawn.” The efforts of the representatives are confiscated,” noting that “the poor performance of the government’s institutions and advisory bodies is the main reason behind withdrawing laws before voting on them.”



    He added, "The amnesty law is specific and not general because it does not include any crime, and not even all terrorist crimes, but only belonging to terrorist organizations, and it is still on the list of the Legal Committee due to political consensus," explaining that "the most prominent problem with the general amnesty law is the way it is presented because most laws It was presented in two ways, the first: by a committee consisting of 10 representatives, and it is called a proposal, and the second is through the Presidency of the Republic or the government, and this project came through the government, but when reading the preliminary details, we find that the Council of Ministers did not vote on it.

    He continued, "He will not offer a general amnesty during the current legislative term because the remaining period of time is short, and he may vote on it in the next term."

    Al-Maliki pointed out, “We are in the process of collecting parliamentary signatures to demand that the Prime Minister disclose the political agreement paper because it has begun to affect even the work of Parliament,” stressing that “the border crossings are not subject to the control of the federal government. We submitted a question to the Ports Authority and the [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3238106360/%D9%88%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%A9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%8A%D8%A9/ar/]Ministry of Finance[/url] regarding this matter, and the answer was that there are more than 30 border crossings that the official book calls “smuggling routes” exist only in the Kurdistan region.”

    He pointed out that "the laws that were legislated were transferred to the executive authorities and the House of Representatives with its various committees is supposed to follow up on implementation. This is happening now, but there are some problems. The budget law has been legislated, but many texts and materials, most of which relate to financial matters, have not been funded previously." [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3238106360/%D9%88%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%A9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%8A%D8%A9/ar/]Ministry of Finance[/url] due to some obstacles,” noting that “stopping the release of ministries’ funding under the pretext of elections is considered evidence and indicates the presence of a defect and evidence that the government is not in control of the issue of appointments and employment, and this is an admission of failure.”

    He stated that “there is a problem and a negative sign on the performance of the political system due to the failure to implement decisions and laws issued by Parliament or the courts, and this matter constitutes a flaw and a breach, and the supervisory side must take action in order to ensure their implementation,” adding: “One of the most important obstacles that the supervisory committees face is consensus and quotas that It is even present in legislation, and some laws are presented and rejected due to the lack of political agreement on them to the point that it is not even included in the Parliament’s agenda.”

    He stressed that "the difficulties and obstacles facing us come from the Speaker of Parliament and his two deputies, and we cannot care about the political meetings that were imposed on them," pointing out that "the statement of the coordination framework regarding the Khor Abdullah agreement was unfair to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and the status of its institutions, and it expressed its commitment to international agreements." And his respect for Iraqi institutions, while the Constitution urges him to adhere to the decisions issued by the Federal Court, and this is a negative sign because it weakens the role of Iraqi institutions, especially the Federal Court.”

    He added, "The Federal Court's decision annulled the law ratifying the Iraqi-Kuwait agreement regarding Khor Abdullah, and the [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3959251197/%D9%88%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%A9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AE%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%AC%D9%8A%D8%A9 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B9%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%82%D9%8A%D8%A9/ar/]Iraqi Foreign Ministry[/url] is working to study other options," explaining:

    Regarding [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]’s exit from Title Seven, Al-Maliki stressed, ““[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] did not exit, and when we asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about foreign decisions, the ministry’s answer was frank and shocking that it had established a committee working to study the decisions issued against [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and intensify efforts to remove [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from Title Seven,” pointing to “When hosting the senior undersecretary, the advanced cadre of advisors, and the director general of the legal department, we did not receive any answer stating that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] had left Chapter Seven, and there was a disagreement between the representatives of the ministry that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] was under Chapter Six, and this indicates that at any moment or violation, it is possible to return.” [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] back to what it was."

    He pointed out that "[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] celebrates every time because it emerges from a decision within Chapter Seven and not from the entire chapter, such as the decision to pay Kuwaiti compensation, the issue of prisoners, and the arms embargo."

    Regarding the issue of parliamentary interrogation, Al-Maliki revealed “the ability of every member of parliament to interrogate if he has evidence and documents. Those included in this decision are all ministers, along with their president and officials of the independent bodies mentioned in the Iraqi constitution. This is done by collecting signatures of a minimum of 25 deputies in addition to the interrogation questions that constitute accusations against the interrogated party,” noting that “the Speaker of Parliament is in the process of setting a date for the interrogation of the head of the Iraqi Media Network, and it will be within this legislative chapter, as we have evidence that he has been charged according to questions consisting of 18 questions, and upon the answer by the interrogator, the conviction will be left to the members of the Council.”

    Regarding the obstacles and differences between the region and the center, a member of the Legal Committee pointed out that “there is a predominance of interests over constitutional laws in many issues, and we have strongly criticized this matter, and the political agreement is presented as an alternative to the decisions of the Federal Court, even in the region’s case,” stressing that “Articles 13 and 14 of the Budget Law Those pertaining to the region were drawn up in a way so that they would not be implemented due to the contradiction between the first two articles, which say that the region shall hand over oil revenues to the center, and the second gives authority to the prime minister of the region to dispose of the revenues. It was redrafted in the House of Representatives, and yet we face difficulty in adhering to those articles.

    He pointed out that "the relationship between the regional government and the center does not meet the description of any federal system in the world, because the federal government has no knowledge of the contracts that are signed in Kurdistan or the size of debts or obligations, and there are accusations and suspicions that the region has sold oil fields to other countries," considering that " The political agreements that occur in each new electoral cycle are an opportunity to give the region the right to evade answers and make concessions to it.”

    Al-Maliki continued, “The texts that were formulated and included in the special budget with regard to the region and the federal government are the best that happened in previous budgets from 2003 until now, and they are a good basis for the oil and gas law, which we are also waiting for its legislation,” and he held the federal government “fully responsible for not implementing the texts.” Constitutionality of the budget regarding the region.”

    Al-Maliki continued, "The region must be transparent and frank in the issue of answering all the questions and requirements requested by the federal government, and secondly, it must implement the constitutional provisions contained in the federal laws regarding its obligations, and when they are implemented, we will all be by its side in demanding its entitlements," noting that "the measures that... The action carried out by the federal government regarding transferring funds to the region is illegal because the region has not yet fulfilled its obligations.”

    In addition, he said, “The independents in these elections are no longer so because of the list system in which they all entered under the titles of political parties because there is no list that the Commission enters except under the title of a political party,” indicating that “the Prime Minister has the right to recommend to the House of Representatives the dismissal of the governor and not He is dismissed directly and occurs when a set of reasons are available.”

    He stated, "We will witness some disagreements between the provincial councils and the governors, especially in the governorates where the governor does not have a supportive majority, because any partisan or political disagreement will be reflected in the relationship between the governor and the council, and most governors will come to a political consensus."

    Regarding the Palestinian issue, he stressed that “what is happening in Gaza is very unfortunate and is considered, by all standards, a violation of the rules of international law, whether in the humanitarian field or even other fields. When all international agreements and norms reach Palestine, they are crushed without concern,” noting that “a hospital crime The Baptist is the best witness and evidence of the transgression of all international values ​​and norms, and this crime would not have occurred without Israel’s feeling of protection, and it is clear in the position of the United States of America, which rejected the Russian draft resolution, which called for a ceasefire and the declaration of a humanitarian truce.”

    Al-Maliki concluded by saying, “The rejection expressed by America, France, and Britain, who are permanent members of the Security Council, gave the occupation the green light to continue its violations and crimes, and the most applicable description of what is happening in Gaza is a “war crime,” adding, “The Security Council was supposed to take action.” A resolution that has powers in accordance with the United Nations Charter, which are exercised against conflicts that threaten international peace and security.”

     
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