Reconciliation Commission announced that parliamentary accountability, Friday, that the law criminalizing the Baath Party will be put on the agenda of the meetings of the House of Representatives next week, indicating that the law currently deposited with the Commission after the end of legal accountability and Reconciliation Commission to make some adjustments.
Committee member said Hussein Kadhim (IMN) said that "for reconciliation and Reconciliation Commission had received a law criminalizing the Baath Party from the presidency of the Council introduced some amendments to it and referred to the Legal Committee."
Kazim said that "the law has been completed all the paragraphs that were constitute politically Unlike", pointing out that "the law will be included in the agenda of the meetings of the House of Representatives next week."
Boycotting the State of Law coalition meetings of the House of Representatives to protest the non-inclusion of the law criminalizing the Baath Party on the agenda of the meetings.
The Iraqi Council of Representatives in November 2011 began stages legislation law banning the activities of the Baath Party and racist parties and terrorist and takfirist, but some parliamentary powers reserved to the bill, which called for a claim to postpone the discussion.
And prohibits Iraqi constitution بمادته the seventh post "Saddam's Baath" in the political process to get rid of supporters of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, who ruled the country for nearly three decades with an iron fist, and executed three years after his trial after being convicted of crimes against humanity.
And the Iraqi government unveiled in 2011 a plot led by the Baath Party aims to bring about a coup against the political process is implemented early next year, and on the effect that the security forces launched a campaign of arrests are still continuing which arrested more than 650 Baathists and officers in the Iraqi army in the ten provinces.
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