Parliament receives a request signed by 182 deputies to resume its sessions
Today, Sunday, the Rapporteur of the House of Representatives, Gharib Askar, revealed that an official request was submitted with the names and signatures of more than 182 deputies from different blocs to resume holding parliament sessions, noting that the Presidency of the House of Representatives did not specify a date for the resumption of the sessions.
Askar said, in a statement followed by “Al-Ghad Press”, that “182 deputies from various political forces signed the resumption of the parliament’s sessions,” noting that “the parliament will hold its session after the visit to elect the president of the republic and form the new federal government.”
He added, “Until now, the Presidency of the House of Representatives has not determined any day for the return of its session,” noting that “there are a number of laws that need legislation in order to see the light.”
Barzani’s party reveals an international move to stop the possible armed conflict after the forty
Today, Sunday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party revealed an international move to stop the possible armed conflict after the Arba’een visit.
Party leader Mahdi Abdel Karim said in a statement to Al-Ghad Press, “One of the mission’s tasks is to work on political stability, which is the important factor for security stability. For this reason, Plasschaert is working to calm the situation by launching a new initiative for it, within days.” coming, to prevent any new escalation in the Iraqi street.”
He stated that “there are real fears of the return of armed conflict, whether in the capital, Baghdad or other Iraqi cities, and that is why Blaschaert is moving from now to prevent any new fighting that might occur in the Iraqi street after the Arba’een visit, due to political differences, and we are also working with political partners to calm down situation and support any UN initiative to resolve the dispute.
He stressed that “any new armed clash may push to expand the area of engagement, and it will not be limited, as happened previously in the Green Zone, and that is why many internal and external parties are working to find a political solution to prevent any armed clash that may be expected in the coming days.”
Fears of upcoming October protests.. What are the measures developed in the vicinity of the Green Zone?
Informed sources revealed, today, Sunday, the reasons that called for fundamental changes to be made in protecting the entrances to the Green .Zone in central Baghdad
The sources told (Baghdad Today), “After the bloody events of Al-Khadra and the fall of dozens of victims and the ensuing repercussions, a higher security committee was formed to study the situation in the region comprehensively in order to further fortify an area that represents the head of the power pyramid in Iraq with the presence of the parliament, ministers and the rest of government and security institutions.” “.sensitive
He added, “8 important points were identified within the roadmap that began work on it since yesterday in strengthening specific areas at the entrances and surroundings of the green in a path to fortify them and prevent the recurrence of “.past events through intrusion and the accompanying other problems
He pointed out that “the emergence of a movement calling for demonstrations on the first of next October is taken into account by the security forces,” noting that “some entrances have been strengthened, including legislation with winding paths of high concrete walls,” stressing that “what is happening is a purely security measure .to protect State institutions and other facilities
Yesterday, the security forces closed the legislation gate in the Green .Zone with concrete blocks higher than the previous one
A video clip obtained by (Baghdad Today) showed that the security forces closed the Legislation Gate in the Green Zone with concrete blocks higher than the previous .ones
It is noteworthy that the concrete blocks were dropped by the protesters inside the Green Zone who went to the building of the Presidency of the Republic and the Presidency of Parliament from the side of the legislation gate, after the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr .announced his retirement from politics last month link
Legal expert: Parliament has the right to authorize the caretaker government to approve the budget
The legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, explained that the extent of Parliament’s ability to approve a budget, although the government is still managing daily matters, pointing out the importance of having final accounts before resorting to approving the budget.
Al-Tamimi said in a press statement, which was monitored by The Independent, that “Parliament can authorize the caretaker government the right to send the general budget law because it is related to food security, which is one of the first priorities of the caretaker government, and this authorization needs a vote of the absolute majority of the number of members (half of the total number). plus one) and that this right be limited only to the budget law.
He added that “the mandate should include the approval of the final accounts of the previous year’s budget in accordance with the Financial Management and Public Debt Law No. 6 of 2019, all in accordance with Articles 62, 5 and 61 of the Constitution and 12 and 13 of the Financial Management and Public Debt Law No. 6 of 2019 and articles 128 to 138 of the Parliament’s bylaws.
Al-Tamimi indicated that “there is no such thing as a constitutional vacuum, because in the event that the budget law is not legislated, the disbursement is carried out at a rate of 1/12 of the previous year’s budget, that is, the last budget legislated according to the Financial Management and Public Debt Law 6 of 2019, and Parliament can take the government’s approval not to challenge the budget law before the Federal Court if it is initiated in this way, as happened in the emergency support law. link
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Great find : “The first step is to dissolve Parliament… an extension that lays out a road map to defuse the crisis”. Read this folks because it sets the path they are to follow to diffuse the situation and DISSOLVE parliament. Considering the US/UN are set to come back in if nothing is done. Their holiday ends the 16-17th. Parliament is set to meet.
Believe Kazimi will again be the PM because it limits the PM from running as PM and hence, putting the loose around the necks of the bad guys, which they don’t want. This gives a list of things to accomplish before the next election but mainly, for us, once they give the interim government their authority, THE RATE WILL BE RELEASED.
Yada..has this plan started? What do you think is the timeframe to give the interim government the power to start ?? Thanks
Tp40,,in lieu of the reality of the UN/US coming back, there was an article that at the end of this 40th holiday, 17th, they will get this process started.
Awesome Yada .. thanks for the explanation
OK folks the news continues to get better: “Barzani and Al-Halbousi agree to form a new government headed by Al-Kazemi” Thanks Candykisses
Unfortunately, yada, another article came out disputing that agreement. So who knows what’s really happening?
Kaseyko, I’m of the mind they, the Framework types, will want Kazimin in place because after this temporary stint, he would not be in position to leverage the corruption files against them in the newly voted government. He will be one more and done.
Yada, I like your thinking! I’m also encouraged by just reading the article where it looks like there was some movement forward in getting Iraq accepted into the WTO.
Agreed Kaseyko.. Believe while we were waiting for the courts to drop the ball, knowing they would, these articles are coming to light that this may be their pathway. I remember about a month ago that Maliki thought that since they had the largest block in parliament, they would form the temporary government but Sadr immediately stated, no way.
Told my wife, in the war movies, we always knew a missile was coming in by the whistle. Believe Iraq heard the whistle of a missile coming when the country was in a uproar 10 days ago. Sadr disarmed the missile and the US/UN heard it as well. Too close.
The first step is to dissolve Parliament… an extension that lays out a road map to defuse the crisis
The extension movement announced, on Sunday, the development of a road map to defuse the crisis in the country, with the first step being the dissolution of the House of Representatives.
A statement by the movement, received by Mawazine News, stated that due to the ambiguity of the political scene that the country is going through, the extension movement has decided not to stand by and watch the failures caused by the conflicting parties, including their inability to get out of the current crisis and the violation of constitutional terms. Therefore, the extension movement calls on all parliamentarians and emerging movements to contribute to finding a solution to get out of this current crisis, which includes in its first priority the issuance of a decision to dissolve the parliament according to the following mechanisms:
First: the formation of an interim government with the following conditions:
1- The prime minister is one of the independent national figures, provided that he chooses his government booth from personalities known for their efficiency and integrity.
2- Government personnel undertake to renounce any second nationality, if any.
3- The members of the interim government pledge not to run for the upcoming parliamentary elections, to be held in 2023.
Second: The tasks of the interim government should be specific to the following:
1- Preparing the draft federal budget law for the year 2023 within a period of forty-five days from the date of its formation.
2- Activating the parties’ law and not allowing any party that owns an armed faction to participate in the upcoming elections.
3- Starting to hold the killers of the demonstrators of the great October Revolution accountable, opening the file of the disappeared, the files of corruption and theft of public money, and returning the stolen money.
4- Working to hold the next parliamentary elections on September 1, 2023.
5- Full international supervision of the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Third: The current House of Representatives undertakes:
1- Voting on the federal general budget for 2023.
2- Making constitutional amendments, including the form of the system, and reformulating texts that are likely to interpret and treat all cases of constitutional omission.
3- Completion of important laws directly related to the life of the citizen.
The statement concluded, “We hope that all the national forces and the benevolent free representatives will interact with this initiative for the purpose of its success and make more efforts to get out of the current crisis.”
The representation participates in an informal session of the working group on Iraq’s accession to the World Trade Organization
The Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Iraq in Geneva, Mr. Ubai Al-Taie, participated in the informal consultations session on 05/09/2022, which was invited by the Chairman of the Working Group on Iraq’s Accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), Ambassador Omar Hilal, and in the presence of the Deputy Director-General of the Organization, Mr. Zhang Xiang Chen and Mrs. Nidal Sabri, Director of the International Trade Department at the Ministry of Commerce, in addition to many representatives of the member countries of the organization.
The Deputy Permanent Representative delivered a speech in which he explained the great progress made in the file of Iraq’s accession to the organization, represented by submitting eight documents, and at the same time stressing that Iraq is working to complete the offers of goods and services as soon as possible, and concluded his speech by requesting the support of member states regarding the contract of the third working group for Iraq’s accession As soon as possible
Barzani and Al-Halbousi agree to form a new government headed by Al-Kazemi
Former MP Mishaan al-Jubouri said, on Sunday 9/11/2022, that the Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Masoud Barzani and sovereignty headed by Muhammad al-Halbousi, have agreed to form a new government headed by Mustafa al-Kazemi.
Al-Jubouri stated, in a tweet on Twitter, which was followed by the obelisk, today’s agreement between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Sovereignty on the need to hold early elections in 2023, to be preceded by the formation of a government with full powers, which means their departure from the National Salvation Alliance, which included them with the current.
He added that the most important and undeclared is their agreement that the new government will be formed by President Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, and the head of the Sovereignty Alliance, Khamis al-Khanjar, met the head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, and the two sides reviewed the political situation in Iraq and its negative repercussions on the country, and the need to adopt the language of constructive dialogue to overcome differences and reach solutions that are in the interest of the Iraqi people, and to follow the methods Constitutional and legal in overcoming the repercussions of the current stage.
The two sides stressed the importance of holding early elections after preparing the legal requirements and their requirements in accordance with the constitutional mechanisms, preceded by the formation of a government that enjoys full authority and enjoys the confidence and reassurance of everyone with an agreed government program, emphasizing the need for the House of Representatives to continue its work until the election date.
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