Kurdistan Parliament fails in the distribution of members of the Constitutional
Kurdistan Parliament fails in the distribution of members of the Constitutional Commission
Announced the Kurdistan Regional Parliament, on Wednesday, failure to reach agreement with the heads of parliamentary blocs on the distribution of members of the Constitutional Committee, consisting of 21 members, noting that this is the fourth time that the meetings fail to form a committee to review the constitution of the region.
A member of the Kurdish Parliament, Salar Mahmoud, for "pots", "The presidency of the Kurdistan Parliament held this morning, its fourth meeting with the heads of parliamentary blocs on the distribution of members of the Constitutional Commission on those blocks," adding that "the meeting did not reach a conclusion." .
Mahmoud added that "this is the fourth meeting between the head of which is the regional parliament with the heads of parliamentary blocs on the distribution of the members of The 21-member Constitutional Review Committee and prepared."
Mahmoud explained that "the reason for the failure is due to differences between the parties and political blocs about how to distribute or divide the members of the committee on parliamentary blocs."
According to the preparation and review of the law of the Constitution of the Kurdistan region, the Committee is composed of 21 people and this Committee during the period of 90 days to prepare the draft constitution, but the committee has not been formed so far because of the lack of agreement between the parliamentary blocs.
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