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    Is a representative’s immunity “sacred” to the point of “violating” the rules of parliamentary condu

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    Is a representative’s immunity “sacred” to the point of “violating” the rules of parliamentary condu Empty Is a representative’s immunity “sacred” to the point of “violating” the rules of parliamentary condu

    Post by Rocky Tue 21 May 2024, 4:27 am

    Is a representative’s immunity “sacred” to the point of “violating” the rules of parliamentary conduct?.. A legal representative answers

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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi confirmed today, Monday (May 20, 2024), that what happened last Saturday in the House of Representatives has nothing to do with the immunity of the representative, and there is a possibility of opening an investigation into those who violate parliamentary behavior in accordance with the law.
    Al-Tamimi said in a clarification, received by “Baghdad Today”, that “in the year 2016, a special committee was established to follow up on parliamentary behavior in Parliament, and it has the right to open an investigation into the representative who violates the Constitution and Parliament Law 13 of 2018 in Article 10 thereof, which confirmed this.” ", indicating that "these actions (referring to the acts of violence that accompanied the election session for the Speaker of the House of Representatives last Saturday) have nothing to do with parliamentary immunity stipulated in Article 63 of the Iraqi Constitution."
    He added, "This committee can recommend to the Presidency of Parliament sanctions that begin with a warning and end with termination of membership, provided that this is accompanied by a simple majority vote," suggesting that " add to the conditions for nomination to Parliament, a competency test by a general committee, and what service or invention the candidate provided to the people." Or author.
    He pointed out that " the representative is the face of the country and bears a great responsibility in oversight and legislation as he represents 100,000 people in accordance with Article 49 of the Iraqi Constitution."
    The session to elect a new speaker of parliament last Saturday witnessed altercations between representatives, which reached the point of attacking one another against the backdrop of the lack of agreement on a compromise candidate between the parties of the Sunni political component, which observers see as a violation of the framework to fragment it in order to reach scattered blocs that are easier to control, to pass laws. Which needs a national consensus regarding their outlook and rules.
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