Legal expert: The Constitution empowers Abadi appoint a temporary head of the Kurdistan region
Tuesday October 201 527 - 11:03
He said the legal expert Tareq Harb Iraqi constitution authorized the Prime Minister in Article 78 of it the power to appoint a temporary head of the Kurdistan region until elections, and while noting that the term of office of the rule of President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, ended on 20 August 2015 and that he must hold elections to choose a new character runs the region, the Kurdistan expected to split the first two of Arbil, Dohuk and Sulaymaniyah, the second of Halabja.
He said the war in a statement to Radio tow that Barzani stay in office is contrary to the principle of peaceful transfer of power provided for in Article V of the Constitution.
He added that the system of government in the province defines the terms for the transfer of power, but it is complicated even within the major cities in it, as there is no any signs or slogans suggest presidency of the province of Bbarzani or even the Republic of Iraq in Sulaimaniya, as well as the absence of anything demonstrates the Arabic language as fronts government buildings and businesses.
He said the war that it became clear in the province of Sulaymaniyah In simplifies the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan party influence and change the movement of supplies entirely from the authority in the province of Arbil.
As the legal expert that what matters more complicated is the federal government not to exercise its powers and awaited what was to become of the case in the region in exchange for the owner of the real power in the region currently is the boss Barzani.
It is said that the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region Nechirvan Barzani isolate on 13 October 2015 of four cabinet ministers belonging to the Movement for Change, "Curran" including the Minister of Peshmerga, amid mounting political crisis that threatens to destabilize the region.
The Kurdish security forces prevented, on 12 October 2015 the President of the Kurdistan region of Iraq's parliament Yusuf Muhammad Sadiq, a movement of change, from entering the provincial capital, Irbil, Sadiq considered it "a coup against legitimacy".
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