Parliament gives the Minister of Finance one week regarding the exchange rate of the dollar
Today, Monday, the Iraqi parliament gave Minister of Finance Ali Abdul Amir Allawi one week .regarding the dollar exchange rate
The deputy of the Sadrist bloc, “Ibtisam Al-Tamimi”, said in a statement received (Baghdad Today), that “solutions must be found to end the damage that occurred as a result of raising the “.exchange rate
And she added, “Today’s session, in which we hosted the Minister of Finance and his deputy, devoted the bulk of it to discussing the issue of the rise in the dollar’s exchange rate against the “.Iraqi dinar and the damages that resulted from that rise
And she continued, “It was discussed about the results that followed this rise of instability in prices and its negative impact on citizens, especially the poor classes, with the absence of any “.real treatments
She pointed out that “it was emphasized the need to address the repercussions that resulted from the exchange rate hike and the damage this decision caused to all citizens and to the poor “.segment in particular
She stressed, “We are determined to put the points on the letter and stress on finding realistic and urgent solutions to end the damage that has occurred and strengthen the local economy “.away from the citizen’s livelihood Al-Tamimi noted that “the House of Representatives has given the Minister of Finance one week to present the treatments that, if implemented, it is hoped that the harm caused to citizens, “.especially those with limited income, would be ended link
The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan demands the formation of a committee to monitor the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution
The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan’s parliamentary bloc demanded the formation of a committee to monitor the implementation of Article 140 of the Constitution.
And the representative of the bloc, Dylan Ghafour, addressed the Speaker of the House of Representatives, saying, “Please kindly agree to form a committee to monitor the implementation of Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution, according to the text of Article 71 of the House of Representatives’ internal system, especially after the Federal Court ruled that the aforementioned article continues to apply until its requirements are implemented and the goal is achieved. of its legislation in addition to the fact that the decisions of the Federal Court are binding and irrevocable.”
And she added, “Therefore, I ask the esteemed Parliament Presidency to expedite the formation of the above committee, and therefore to complete its work and monitor its implementation.” link
URGENT The Federal Court ruled that it was unconstitutional to reopen the nomination for the Presidency of the Republic Urgent
The Federal Supreme Court ruled that reopening the nomination for the post of President of the Republic for a second time was unconstitutional.
The Federal Supreme Court confirmed in its session today that: “There is no constitutional or legal text that grants the presidency of the House of Representatives the power to reopen the door for candidacy for the position of President of the Republic.”
And she indicated that “it is permissible to reopen the door for nomination again for the position of President of the Republic, but by a decision of the House of Representatives and not from the presidency of the Council.” link
GM. So the federal court decided not to allow them to reopen the nomination for the President. So can we finally elect a President?
Nethlobal. I was thinking that is what it means. But I am wise enough not to assume anything related to this event m. But to remain hopeful!
Source: Dinar Recaps
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