Continued issued in Baghdad newspapers on Wednesday morning, the twelfth of August, follow-up of the reform measures to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. And it focused on parliamentary approval for government and parliamentary reform papers, and talked about the new reform package will soon.
Newspaper / Zora / issued by the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate said, citing the MP for the coalition of state law on the net: "The government and parliamentary reforms that voted in by Parliament focused on five main is the financial, economic, administrative, legislative and judicial hubs".
He said the net, according to / Zora /: "The vote included addition of a supplement to the paper after the parliamentary reforms will have 30 days to approve a new package of reforms that will evaluate the regulatory and legislative work of the House standing committees."
As quoted by the Chairman of the Legal Committee in Parliament Mahmoud al-Hassan: "The parliamentary committee prepared to vote on a resolution be drafted package of reforms to address corruption and slack in state institutions, to be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and laws."
Hassan said: "The important provisions contained in the paper the parliamentary reforms concerning the application of the provisions of the rules of procedure on the member who fails to attend meetings of the Council, as well as related activities to reduce privileges charged by a member of the House of Representatives and reduce protections and others."
For his part, al-Abadi, spokesman Saad al-Hadithi office, according to the paper: "The Abadi is preparing to launch a new series of reforms after parliament's approval on paper first reforms, announced in recent days, which came in line with the demands of the demonstrators."
He added: "The reform train has launched and will include all aspects of the state, without exception during the next term, according to the thoughtful and infectious approach to development of the reality of government action in all his joints and multiple aspects. And the first package that have been ratified is the beginning and the starting point in the reform of the devotional program and the beginning of a work of the government is serious programmer and work towards reforms in various state paths. "
The newspaper / bright / she said that senior government sources revealed that the President of the Republic Fuad Masum, will not endorse the paragraph concerning the sacking of his deputies, and ratified by Parliament yesterday within government reforms package.
The sources indicated, according to / bright /: "The President of the Republic upset because of not reporting the decision to sack his deputies, and that the source of annoyance comes from being a decision to dismiss his deputies heard from the media."
She noted: "The infallible will approve most of the paragraphs and items included in the reforms announced by Abadi package."
The newspaper added that the parliamentary legal committee confirmed that the president had no right to object to the dismissal of his deputies for not issuing legislator law by the House of Representatives regulating the work of the Vice President of the Republic, noting that it "has not appointed personally but was part of an agreement of the political blocs."
It quoted committee member MP Salim Shawqi: "The paper reforms presented by the Prime Minister, which include the sacking of the Vice-President of the Republic, is not contrary to the Constitution for two things: first, that the prime minister is responsible first for drawing state policies in accordance with the Constitution, and secondly that the House did not initiate Regulatory Act the work of Vice-Presidents of the Republic. "
Shawki said: "The current Vice-President of the Republic did not choose, but they came through a political consensus."
On the issue of reducing and reducing its government ministries, newspaper / Time / reported that experts and lawmakers have confirmed the possibility of reducing the number of ministries to 21 ministries, noting that the abolition of the quota system lose the possibility of political blocs claim their entitlements in positions.
It quoted MP from the Union of Forces Zaid al-Janabi as saying: "The phase that Iraq is going through a critical and require the integration of ministries and cancel each for as many as 15 ministries manage the country's affairs, to eliminate the slack and provide funds for the state budget and the abolition of the quota system and the Ministries of political satisfaction that wasted money the country for things that are not useless ".
He said al-Janabi: "The ministries and the new positions will be in accordance with the just principle of efficiency, not quotas partisan and sectarian, religious, and that the paper comprehensive reform presented by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is the beginning and the first step to eliminate corruption and sagging then monitor government departments work intensively," noting: "The Union has some question marks on the dismissal of vice presidents and ministers, because it has been unconstitutional as well as they can not return to parliament the alternative system they are unwelcome because they are prominent leading figures in the political bloc and the country can service outside the office."
As quoted a legal expert Tareq Harb said: "What does not prevent the constitutionally and legally merging ministries or canceled, because the constitution did not specify the number of ministries and possible to hold on to one ministry as long as the law does not oppose it."
He said the war: "The number acceptable to run the country is the 20 ministries, and this gives the country in accordance with a quality better and higher," stressing non-eligibility to claim their entitlements political blocs, because the most important principle contained in a paper reform is to cancel all forms of quotas and the adoption of the principle of efficiency, referring to the possibility of re They Almnhon six adults from office to parliament deputies variant of the same menu system and maintain exclusively.
But the parliamentary legal committee member Mohsen al-Sadoun said, according to the paper: "The law does not allow those who received a government post, and distracting deputy in parliament, a substitute, to return to the House of Representatives deputy." He added that: "Legally, the seats had been filled deputies were nominated, and vote on them in Parliament."
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