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    Abdul Salam al-Maliki: the Federal Court Act included a lot of paragraphs, wh

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    Abdul Salam al-Maliki: the Federal Court Act included a lot of paragraphs, wh  Empty Abdul Salam al-Maliki: the Federal Court Act included a lot of paragraphs, wh

    Post by day dreamer Thu 22 Jan 2015, 7:37 pm

    Abdul Salam al-Maliki: the Federal Court Act included a lot of paragraphs, wh


    [ltr] January 22, 2015 13:19[/ltr]
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    [ltr] (Independent) .. said the House of Representatives member from the State of Law Coalition MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, on Thursday, said a draft of the Federal Court, which sent the government a lot of law involved, wh paragraphs that have not been clarified and will be sections of the differences and interpretations between the political blocs.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Maliki said in a press statement by his press office, said that "the Federal Court Act is an important and controversial laws, who was deported from the previous session because he needed to two-thirds of the members of parliament agree, therefore, be dealt with in a professional manner away from the fancies or partisan interpretations of vague would be the best way to pass time record without any complications or problems. "[/ltr]
    [ltr] "The current draft of the law included a number of points have not been clarified, especially related activities, including in Article 2 First / e /, which refers to the two Islamic jurisprudence experts membership, which was one of the most controversial points in the previous session, not to mention not to give explicit authority for Islamic scholars You will be limited to giving advice, opinion, or that they have a right of veto. "[/ltr]
    [ltr] He continued, "It's the other linked to article 3 II / b / and related to the nomination Deewana Islamic Waqf to six candidates for experts in Islamic jurisprudence, where you did not specify the mechanism that will be through the nomination of these names and is the entity that will oversee the nomination process also is not put on condition of inclusiveness accountability procedures Justice important condition for candidacy. "[/ltr]
    [ltr] Maliki said that "to leave these things and others again are not trying to avoid stretching mentioned vaguely and without setting clear frameworks will make us have to be held in front of problematic steps enactment of the law and open a new chapter of the doors of the differences, interpretations, which we do not need."[/ltr]

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