MP from the Union of Iraqi forces Alloizi Abdul Rahman, on Tuesday, demonstrators popular movement to demonstrate in front of the House of Representatives for the purpose of lobbying parliament and leaders of political blocs to complete the reform of the judiciary system. Said Alloizi in a press release received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "there are calls from popular mass movement for the reform of the judiciary system, and today there is a real opportunity to put pressure on the political powers to legislate main task laws," adding that "the hopes pinned on this mobility of pressure to speed up the enactment of laws that task. " The reform of the judiciary lies in the outstanding laws that complemented through the judiciary system legislation," noting that "Iraq has no law of the Federal Supreme Court since 2005 and there are calls to change the head of the Supreme Judicial Council. He said the "change the Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud Council is legislation through the Federal Court Act, which according to the latest text of the draft and reached the Parliament that the term of office of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council is a 12-year-old only 6 months was left as Mahmood said recently."
He pointed out that "the task of legislation is vested in the Federal Court Act is not the House of Representatives of the Supreme Judicial Council," stressing that "the separation of the presidency of the Council of Justice and the Federal Court is through legislation the Supreme Judicial Council Act, which is still a draft to the Council of Ministers."
He added that "the vote on the President and members of the Court of Cassation another important vested in Parliament and even today did not vote on the Court of Cassation members have been named to the House of Representatives, but it is still captive political consensus."
He called Alloizi demonstrators popular movement who demonstrated in front of the Judicial Council to "demonstrate in front of the House of Representatives for the purpose of lobbying parliament and leaders of political blocs to complete the reform of the judiciary system through legislation of those laws," pointing out that "the legislation of the main laws and raise the political pressure exercised by the leaders of the blocks on the power Alkvelan two judicial reform of the judiciary system in Iraq. "
Dozens of people, on Monday, in front of the Supreme Judicial Council building in the capital Baghdad to demand the resignation of President of the Council Medhat al-Mahmoud, and reforms in the judiciary. End
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