Iraq's parliament receives the amendments to the law of accountability and justice
BAGHDAD - A statement and agencies
Date: April 18, 2013
Detection and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Purity of Net Debt said yesterday that an amendment of the Law of the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice to the House of Representatives for legislation. The number of deputies ruled out parliamentary approval to amend the law of accountability and justice, in this session, attributing the cause to the impossibility of its approval by the National Alliance.
Net said in a press statement: «bill the first amendment to the law of the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice was sent to the House of Representatives for the purpose of voting on legislation.
For his part, Chairman of the Justice and Accountability Commission parliamentary Qais الشذر the cabinet approved amendments to the accountability and justice law and decisions by majority vote, stressing that the decision alternative will raise the injustice of a large number of Iraqis, as pointed out that it was agreed to end the file within 18 months from the date of approval .
Moreover, the decision of the House of Representatives ruled Muhammad Al-Khalidi, the amendment of the law is passed, accountability and justice in Parliament. He said Khalidi: The «Justice and Accountability Law is one of the important laws that will implement positive impact heavily on achieving a vital part of the demands of the demonstrators, although we believe that the amendment latter did not change anything fundamentally out of the law, if not described with the most severe in some paragraphs» , and added that «the law met with convulsive reactions from within the blocks that fall within the National Alliance, and this will create a major crisis within the House of Representatives in general and especially within the National Alliance, and will not allow the provision of adequate political majority to pass within the parliament.
In the meantime, the State of Law bloc linked to vote on amendments to the law of accountability and justice to vote on the draft law banning the Baath also stipulated compensate all those affected by the dictatorial regime.
A member of the bloc affiliated to the National Alliance Shaker Darraji that «Ktltna will not vote on the amendments to the law of accountability and justice in the House of Representatives unless it is finished compensate all those affected by the dictatorial regime». Continued: he «is not fair to be granted rights to the Baathists while still Rights did not reach the victims of the former regime despite the passage of ten years 'He said' do not we have a problem in the granting of rights in the amendments to the accountability and justice, but to be preceded by an initial grant of rights for those affected.
In turn, explained Member State of Law Coalition MP virgin Farouk that the adoption of a law criminalizing the dissolved Baath Party will change the positions of the political blocs reject the amendment of the law of accountability and justice in the House of Representatives.
Said Farooq in a press statement: The «modified accountability and justice came from meetings of the Committee of Five and deported from the Council of Ministers after the ratification of the amendment and is now in the House of Representatives» adding that «approving the Council of Ministers on the amendment does not mean approval of all the political parties it, but there are views of the deputies thereon ».
Migrate important files
The MP said the coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari that «the Iraqi parliament is unable to pass basic things, and the state of push and pull within the blocks and the lack of balance in the parliament, makes any law important Saab passed», However, to say «can the parliament to pass the laws of simple, But the fundamental laws, such as amendments to the accountability and justice, oil and gas, infrastructure and the Supreme Judicial Council is unable to the House of Representatives passed ». (statement) [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]