Parliamentary provinces objected to the withdrawal of the General Authority law to ensure the rights of the provinces by the government
BAGHDAD - and babysit - have indicated to the Committee of the Regions and the provinces parliamentary objection to the withdrawal of the General Authority law to ensure the rights of the regions and provinces ", calling on the government and the House of Representatives to" apply the law and the Constitution. "
Committee Chairman Khaled Mafraji, at a news conference attended by a number of its members, "The Constitution, which was issued in 2005, came in accordance with the general principles governing the federal authorities and the terms of reference and the regional and provincial powers and the foundations of the addition to the human rights."
He added that "there are specific terms of reference of the federal government in Article 110 and so forth, they are shared between federal and local, and all not for the federal jurisdiction of the terms of reference of the local authorities."
He Mafraji that "the text of the Constitution on the need for legislation to the laws of independent bodies regulating the provinces and territories work and guaranteeing them their rights, and in the introduction that the issuance of the General Authority to ensure the regional and provincial rights, fair and participation in federal institutions law, and the law of the Public Authority to monitor the allocation of federal revenues in accordance with Article 106 of the Constitution to secure justice in the distribution of imports and optimal use of imports. "
"The Commission has followed those laws and has read the first reading and again, but instead of voting on them were surprised by dragging them from the government for consideration, and the presidency of the House of Representatives responded to it," adding that "the Commission has custody of the withdrawal of important laws, because he is disabled with the provisions of the constitutionality of window and disable the bills incomplete and issued a lot of good for the provinces. "
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