Vital question raised by Haider al-Abadi: Is it correct that independent bodies emerge from the control of the government and parliament to control N_khasaha party controlled by quotas? The question is in fact a response to those who seek to subdue the independent bodies of partisan quotas. Leaks were traded on an assumed distributions for these positions on the parties.The result is that these bodies, which makes the Constitution the fourth power in a separate section provides for the independence of the process will be subject to the parties. This despite the fact that these bodies are mostly professional and specialized institutions. Result of the question and the search for his answer and a clear rejection of independent bodies subject to the law of quotas unfair and refused to append and subject to the parties. Thus preserving the administrative and financial independence and enjoyment of the special laws. Is the Prime Minister can impose whatever this? From a constitutional standpoint, yes. But realistically any prime minister needs the support of others in this endeavor. Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri said earlier about adopting the same position as he seeks to maintain the independence of the independent bodies. It is stable at this position. Ground suited than the previous There is a growing realization of the importance of this issue.
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