Cabinet session that approved the first package of reforms on Sunday (August 9, 2015)
Abadi reforms and threatened to challenge Parliament urging him to abide by the constitution
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Most of the prime minister Haider al-Abadi facing proceedings under the "reform package" lawsuits to challenge the window for violating the Constitution and laws, according to deputies.
And he raised stuck Parliament legislative and reaffirmed its powers not delegated to any party, the debate over the fate of the reforms launched by al-Abadi in August.
This comes as the approaching MPs and ministers and vice-president of the republic from obtaining judicial decisions in their favor, restore things to what they were before the start of a wave of demonstrations the end of last July.
Parliamentarians believe that al-Abadi, a surge in popular and religious, who got it in the last three months of support, took the uncalculated decisions. Says parliamentary parties that the prime minister paid a series of actions "illegal" such a solution and the integration of some ministries and switch personalities had obtained the confidence of Parliament, as well as change the salary scale contrary to the laws.
Reforms facing the challenge
Hassan Turan, a member of the legal committee of parliamentary say in contact with the (range), that "the previous actions of the government or the next will face the challenge if they are contrary to the existing laws and the Constitution", stressing that "the appointment of personalities acting both before and get Abadi authorization or after longer order It is unconstitutional and must stop him to parliament. "
Abadi and decided last September to exempt 123 Undersecretary of the Ministry, and as general manager and adviser. The ratios announced by the Prime Minister's Office has shown the sacking of 10 agents and ministers, 3 of them in health, compared with 110 general managers exemption 0.34 of them in the Ministry of Industry only.
MP Turan said that "the recent decision of parliament came to protect the government from legal proceedings and not against it," pointing out that "the decisions of the government such as the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic has been directed to challenge."
Member of Allawi's list reveals that "one of the Vice-President presented an appeal procedures Abadi, considering that the latter possesses no authority to exempt him from office."
On the other hand revealed a member of the legal committee for "the movement of some ministries and the House of Representatives to cancel decisions Abadi dissolve and merge some ministries that have a law regulating its work."
According to Turan, a Turkmen deputy, he submitted a proposal in parliament, received the support of 27 deputies calling for a "re-Ministry of Human Rights, which disbanded in August, as well as the ministry appealed the decision to the courts."
And attribute the MP from Kirkuk to the measure that "the government decided to abolish the Ministry of Law and has formed a task treaties with the States to regulate the return of mortal remains in previous wars as well as other important agreements."
And the Ministry of Environment has also been formed under the law, but the government, according to Turan, says that the last merged and will not be canceled in contrast to human rights.
The package of reforms led to the abolition of the ministries of the share of minorities, such as Turkomen and Christians, as long procedures and the Ministry of Women.
The recent changes have raised questions about the reason for the exception limbering for a number of service ministries that usually accused of failing procedures and managed by the ministers belonging to the major political forces.
Abadi, 11, and canceled a position in the government. This included the cancellation of the Ministry of Human Rights, run by Mohammed al-Bayati, a Turkmen from the Badr block, and the Ministry of State for Women's Affairs, headed by the minister of the Kurdish Nuri statement, the Ministry of State for Provincial Affairs and the House of Representatives, and the Ministry of another country.
The measures also merged the Ministry of Science and Technology, headed by the only Christian minister Fares Jajo, the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research that. Also it merged the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Municipalities and the Ministry of Construction and Housing, and the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Ministry of Culture.
Salary scale and violation of the Constitution
For his part, the Kurdish deputy secretary-Bakr that "Parliament warned the government to be the next decisions according to the Constitution and to respect the principle of separation of powers."
He stressed Bakr, told the (range), that "the parliament re Talking time the other on the need for the reforms to be according to the law because he found some ambiguity in his position on the mandate given to Ebadi," asserting that "the mandate was conditional on not override the Constitution."
He MP for the mass change that "Parliament will not allow the window to change the decisions of the laws." He promised that "the blessings of the new salary has exceeded the university service and foreign service laws and other laws."
He said a member of the legal committee said, "would have been better for the prime minister to consult with Parliament out formula that satisfies all parties and slides on the amendment of the pay scale," asserting that "al-Abadi is not authorized to change any peace enshrined in the salaries of the law."
The move could lead to the appeal procedures carried out by al-Abadi such as reducing the salaries of the three presidencies and special grades provided for by law.
More than 60 members of the coalition of state law, had threatened last week to withdraw parliamentary support for the reforms Abadi and hint to resort to the withdrawal of confidence or if the dismissal Abadi did not consult with them.
Parliament lifted his support
For his part, explains the high MP Sheikh Ali Council of Representatives last decision as "came in support of the demands of the demonstrators and their support."
Sheikh Ali explains, in connection with the (range), that "al-Abadi failure within three months to make any change or reform of Parliament and prevent it from taking actions contrary to the Constitution."
And confirms the other member of the Legal Committee that "most measures Abadi facing the challenge in the courts because he wants to cancel the decisions of the laws," expected to "decline the performance of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and his steps announced by the parliament after the withdrawal of his support."
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