Parliament obliging the government to return him to issue laws
BAGHDAD Shaima Rashid,
the House of Representatives decided during its regular Monday to stick to the legal right to the legislation of laws and compel the government to this matter, while emphasizing the support and support of the full packages of parliamentary and governmental reform and his eagerness to be completed within the provisions of the Constitution and the laws in force and within the time timings specified in line with the aspirations of the people who put their trust in the House of Representatives and hold him responsible for their representation in the legislature.
He denied the House of Representatives in a statement issued yesterday delegated any of the legislative powers entrusted to him under the Constitution to any of the other authorities, indicating that the principle of separation of powers requires all State authority to do its job and decided not to forward this post to other authorities.
MP for the rule of law Ahmed Salal al-Badri explained that the Parliament passed a resolution in which it stressed the legislative role, adding, «but he did not address the withdrawal of the authorization for the powers Abadi».
Badri said «morning»: The Parliament confirmed Today on his powers as enshrined in the Constitution the principle of separation of powers and will not allow any party to withdraw its powers, pointing out that Parliament is the supreme and the relevant legislation of laws and the ratification of the decision, denying parliament touched on the withdrawal of the mandate of the Government of Abadi.
He added: «that any decision or Law must be sent to the House of Representatives in order to gain legal legitimacy.
For its part, MP for the Union of olive Dulaimi forces pointed out that the Parliament retains the legal right to pass laws, and that the mandate given to Ebadi exists, but should be the limits of the law.
She said al-Dulaimi «morning »: The Parliament retains the constitutional right in the legislation of laws and non-interference of the executive authority in the legislation, and that the mandate given to Ebadi came to address the« poor conditions »and implementation of the popular demands of services, unemployment and other».
and showed al-Dulaimi, the existence of a point of order on some Abadi decisions, including the blessings of the new salary which came the decision as there are laws salaries approved nor can the decision to cancel the laws, calling on the executive to return to the legislative authority in all decisions.
In turn, the Kurdistan Alliance MP Adel Nouri felt that the mandate given by the House of Representatives to Ebadi to coincide with the reform packages had been canceled.
said Nuri »Sabah»: The Prime Minister did not invest the opportunity given by Parliament to him so it has been the withdrawal of the mandate and powers, but nevertheless Abadi, as the Prime Minister has all executive powers granted to him by the Constitution ».
He noted the deputy to the old resolutions issued by the government, which within the reforms in the law was canceled because the decision below the law, reminding that the law issued by the House of Representatives, one of the powers of exclusive, calling Abadi to submit draft laws to the House of Representatives for approval or rejection if it seeks to amend a law. to that proposed parliamentary committees to study IDP crisis caused by the floods to find alternative places to house them and to be habitable, and stressed at the same time to hold negligent and compensation for those affected, while the deputies demanded to host the stakeholders to discuss the situation of displaced flood and called to take effective and urgent steps, including the formation of an investigative committee to hold negligent. Turn He criticized the MP Ammar Tohme unwillingness competent service departments to deal with the effects of the rainy proactively to mitigate the suffering of the citizens, at a time when high MP demanded Nassif House of Representatives issued a decision obliging the government to address the problem, wondering about the fate of the funds intended for emergencies, while MP Awad al-Awadi, politicians demanded to contribute actors and donate to deal with displaced people crisis aggravated by the floods.
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