08/02/2015 10:03 AM
House of Representatives to form a permanent parliamentary committee to amend the constitution, according to the document that formed the political agreement on the Kan government terms, while the Legal Committee indicated that the Board's approval of the proposed constitutional amendments will lead to a popular referendum.
He said the House of Representatives decision Niazi that "the House of Representatives formed a parliamentary committee for an interim follow-up application and document the political terms of the agreement, including the amendment of the Constitution, "adding that" this committee is composed of 18 deputies, headed by Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, and it held a meeting in the previous period. "
He added, "The committee monitoring the implementation of the political agreement will hold another meeting this week to discuss what has been applied to the document, which includes 20 items and each item of which specified period Zmina to apply "No. striking that" the item No. 20 of the document is talking about amending the Constitution and therefore the Board of items Representatives will form a parliamentary committee is permanent temporary functions of the Committee to amend the constitution only. "
For its part, the Parliamentary Legal Committee, said, "The amendment of the Constitution in accordance with the law will be voted on by the House of Representatives two dimensions provide the parliamentary committee proposed amendments to paragraphs of the Constitution.
She MP Ibtisam al-Hilali member of the Committee that "the amendment is very important the constitution to all the political blocs because there are paragraphs written in 2005, does not fit with the current situation and that this amendment will be through a bill received by the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Committee put on the meetings of the Council for a vote, and then hold a referendum Popular for acceptance or rejection. " It pointed out that "the right of the government to send its proposals to amend the constitution but remains the final decision to the House of Representatives on the amendment."
She Hilali, said that "the next sessions of the House of Representatives this week will see the council vote on the formation of this committee and its work will be ongoing for the end of the current parliamentary session and will collect suggestions and opinions of the political blocs on the constitutional articles to be adjusted and able to offer the presidency of the Council in the form of a bill reads as reading the first and second vote it
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