Sunday, 29 March 2015
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Deputy Speaker of Parliament Aram Sheikh Mohammed, Sunday, determined to defy all the difficulties and constraints inherited the previous sessions and proceed to open all the thorny laws, noting that the successive governments in the country, all repeated the experiment and the one-party state or partisanship.
Said Mohamed in a statement received by Alsumaria News , a copy of it during his speech at the conference (the law of parties from the perspective of a civilian), convened committee of civil society institutions in the House of Representatives that he "can not talk about the democratic system in Iraq , unless they complete the basic building state institutions pedestals, and prove all the laws in the Constitution to regulate the political and civic life of the country. "
He added that "there are difficult tasks rests with the presidency of parliament and must be accomplished," he said, adding "We are determined to defy all the difficulties and constraints inherited the previous sessions and aspire to be in the level of phase, and will spare no effort in order to transit to a new stage in the political life, too, and we know we have enormous obstacles, but we're going to open all the thorny because of its laws of great importance in determining the work of the state institutions and its terms of reference frames. "
"We are going to talk about one of the laws, which is of great importance in the organization of political life in Iraq, a political parties law that regulates the party work legally, and means to install the principle of true pluralism and strengthen the spirit of citizenship and openness to all components of the people, but not limited to color or one sect." .
He explained that "the successive governments in the country, all repeated the one-party experience, or partisanship state, but so far have not tested the real multi-party democracy on the basis of ingestion and attempted exclusion of the other, marginalization, and providing equal opportunities for people of one nation, in order to put forward different visions for the advancement of the political process and build a state citizenship. "
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