A legal expert reveals the only legal way to dissolve Parliament
A legal expert, Haider Al-Sufi, confirmed today, Thursday, that “the parliament cannot be dissolved if the president of the republic is not elected in any way.”
Al-Sufi said, in a statement to Mawazine News Agency, that “if the President of the Republic is not elected in the next session, the Prime Minister and the President of the Republic will continue in their positions as a caretaker, unless they are appealed to the Federal Court, at which time constitutional terms are set.”
He pointed out, “The session cannot remain open, and the presidential file must be resolved in the next session, because any delay is considered a constitutional violation.” link
US Treasury: Iraq ranked 39th as the largest holder of US bonds during 2021
The US Treasury announced, on Thursday, that Iraq ranked 39th as the largest holder of US bonds during 2021.
Treasury said in its latest chart and independent follow-up; Iraq ranked 39th among the top foreign holders of US Treasury securities out of 44 countries listed in the table.
And she added, “Iraq’s possession of US Treasury bonds during the end of December 2021 amounted to 22.502 billion dollars, and these bonds represent 0.29% of the world’s bonds amounting to 7.74 trillion dollars.”
Globally, Japan is the largest holder of US bonds, amounting to 1,304,040 trillion dollars, followed by China with 1,068,746 trillion dollars, followed by the United Kingdom with 647,363 billion dollars, and then Ireland with 334,325 billion dollars, while Uruguay is at the bottom with 12.3 billion dollars, followed by Egypt with 14.3 billion dollars. link
Deputy: The parliamentary movement to reduce the dollar will not stop.. We are determined to do so
The representative of the State of Law coalition, Aref Al-Hamami, confirmed today, Thursday, that the parliamentary movement aimed at reducing the exchange rate of .the dollar against the Iraqi dinar will not stop
Al-Hamami told (Baghdad Today), “The work to reduce the exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar will not stop, and the parliamentary movement to achieve this goal continues, and we are determined to achieve this through the draft “.budget law for the year 2022
And he indicated that “the significant rise in oil selling prices, and this continuous rise, did not leave any justification for government agencies for the dollar exchange rate to remain high, especially since this rise contributed significantly to raising the prices of materials in the market and contributed to the high rate of poverty and .unemployment, according to reports. official government link
Al-Kazemi directs to suspend official working hours on the next Sunday and Monday on the occasion of Nowruz holidays
The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, directed today, Wednesday, the suspension of official working hours next Sunday.
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed to suspend official working hours on Sunday, corresponding to March 20, 2022, and Monday, March 21, 2022, is an official holiday.”
She added, “This came on the occasion of Nowruz holidays.” link
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