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Zidane discusses with the Deputy Speaker of Parliament cooperation in enacting "important" laws

June 1, 2020

Zidane discusses with the Deputy Speaker of Parliament cooperation in enacting "important" laws

 

The President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, discussed today, Wednesday, with the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Shakhwan Abdullah, to cooperate in the legislation of "important" laws.


And the judiciary media stated in a statement received by Alsumaria News, that "the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, received the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mr. Shakhwan Abdullah, and discussed with him the cooperation of the legislative and judicial authorities in enacting important laws."

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Exceeding the legal deadlines... Parliament in the face of the judiciary!

5/30/2022

 

Lawyers: Parliament exceeded the legal deadlines and broke the constitutional oath on the issue of the government formation.

Observers: Parliament is responsible for delaying the formation of the government.


The House of Representatives bypasses the constitution, indifferent to legal terms and time limits, and mortgages the government formation to consensus, not to the law.. This is what prompted legal experts to blame the parliament for the consequences of this delay and obstruction of the articles of the constitution.

 

The fate of the government formation, and after the legal period was exceeded by four months, it seems that it is now subject to political consensus, not time limits. Thus, parliament, according to legal experts, has broken the constitutional oath, which prompted some deputies to go to the Federal Court to express a legal position regarding what is happening in clear and explicit breach.
 

 Exceeding the legal periods concerned in naming the remaining presidential positions such as the position of the President of the Republic, and the ministers are responsible for the House of Representatives. Therefore, Parliament faces legal consequences and a parliamentary movement may reach its solution as a result of the delay and delay in resolving the remaining electoral benefits, according to observers. 


Despite Parliament’s attempt to throw the ball of obstruction and delay into the court of political leaders, not MPs, but by reading followers, the first accused of failure is that the parliamentary majority that the government formation needs comes from the House of Representatives, not from outside its walls.  

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In An Official Statement, The First Deputy Speaker Of Parliament Disavows "Mutashar Al-Zamili"

01/06/2022

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Earth News/ The Office of the Governor of Al-Zamili, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, issued a statement today, Wednesday, about a person named “Matar Al-Zamili”, in which it is certain that he has no connection with the office.


The office said in a statement, which was received by Earth News, a copy of it, that “the office of the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Hakim Al-Zamili confirms that the so-called (Mutashar Hashem Musa Al-Zamili), has no relationship or assignment to work in our office, and he has not and will not be assigned to any work previously, present and future. “.


He explained that "the called (Mutashar) does not represent the ruler of al-Zamili or his office, and he is not entitled to review any government department or any other party, and that the office of the First Deputy is not responsible for him and does not have any connection with the office, so we must not deal with him at the present time and in the future, and in our turn We will take full legal measures against him.”

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The President Of The Republic Stresses The Need To Legislate The Law To Recover The Proceeds Of Corruption

1/6/2022

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The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, stressed today, Wednesday, the need to legislate the law to recover the proceeds of corruption, stressing the importance of  activating all practical legal procedures in the fight against corruption.

 

A statement by the Presidency of the Republic, received by Earth News, stated that "the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, received at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, the head of the Integrity Commission, Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi."

 

During the meeting, the President of the Republic stressed the "important role of the commission in combating corruption," noting that "preserving public money, closing corruption outlets, and recovering looted funds is an urgent national need."


He pointed to "the dangers of continuing corruption in weakening institutions by responding to citizens' requirements and negatively affecting investment and reconstruction opportunities in the country."


He stressed "the importance of approving the draft law on recovering the proceeds of corruption submitted by the Presidency of the Republic, to be in addition to the existing effort from the legal system, a step in the way of combating this dangerous scourge, in addition to the need to form an international coalition to combat corruption similar to the international coalition to fight ISIS."


He pointed to "the necessity of activating all legal and practical measures in the fight against corruption and through unconventional measures with proactive and deterrent steps to recover corruption funds, and to benefit from successful international experiences in this regard."


For his part, the head of the authority, Alaa Jawad Al-Saadi, gave a briefing on the work progress of the authority, the challenges it faces and its future plans, where President Saleh expressed his support for all efforts aimed at achieving the goals of eradicating corruption and stopping the waste of public money.

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Exclusive To Earth News| Parliamentary Integrity: Major Corruption Cases We Will Unveil Soon :cowboy2:

01/06/2022

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Earth News/ The Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed today, Wednesday, the existence of “large” files, which are still suspended from the previous session until now.


The committee's representative, Fahd Al-Rashed, said in a statement to Earth News, "The committee summoned the head of the Financial Supervision Bureau, to know the suspended laws and the future vision of the Bureau, and the committee also wanted to know the obstacles they face in their work."


Al-Rashed added, "The Financial Supervision Bureau is the only reliable institution, in addition to the Integrity Commission, which are working to confront corruption and stop the waste of public money."


He stressed that “the Parliamentary Integrity Committee has large corruption files suspended from the previous session, we are waiting for the government’s stability to open them and hold those involved in them accountable according to the law,” noting that “the committee is serious about its work to uncover those involved in corruption, away from the pressures of politics and quotas.” Ended 10 .

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Exclusive To Earth News| Parliamentary Integrity: Major Corruption Cases We Will Unveil Soon :cowboy2:

01/06/2022

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Earth News/ The Parliamentary Integrity Committee revealed today, Wednesday, the existence of “large” files, which are still suspended from the previous session until now.


The committee's representative, Fahd Al-Rashed, said in a statement to Earth News, "The committee summoned the head of the Financial Supervision Bureau, to know the suspended laws and the future vision of the Bureau, and the committee also wanted to know the obstacles they face in their work."


Al-Rashed added, "The Financial Supervision Bureau is the only reliable institution, in addition to the Integrity Commission, which are working to confront corruption and stop the waste of public money."


He stressed that “the Parliamentary Integrity Committee has large corruption files suspended from the previous session, we are waiting for the government’s stability to open them and hold those involved in them accountable according to the law,” noting that “the committee is serious about its work to uncover those involved in corruption, away from the pressures of politics and quotas.” Ended 10 .

This might be the reason why iraq can't pay the debts to iraq and can't pay the salaries that happened before. So this might be the reason where the oil revenues and the currency auction are going through.

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The biggest reason for the long delay is the same reason, for the great reward for us, at the end: Money

 

There is so much money floating around Iraq. This makes corrupt people, even more corrupt, it delays progress.

 

Money is wonderful, but also the worst thing, it corrupts human beings.

 

Basically useless people are given an opportunity in Iraq, to steal money. So they do, rather than earn a living.

 

I remember once reading about Japan, how they had virtually no resources. You'd think this was bad, but what it did, it forced them to be clever and work hard....resulting in phenomenal success that we all respect.

 

Money? A blessing and a curse.

Don't worry, we'll get there....

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On 6/1/2022 at 8:01 AM, DWS112 said:

The President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, discussed today, Wednesday, with the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Shakhwan Abdullah, to cooperate in the legislation of "important" laws.

 

The Presidency of Parliament refuses to pass "Food Security" in its final form

6/4/22

The Presidency of Parliament refuses to pass "Food Security" in its final form

 

Today, Saturday, the second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Shakhwan Abdullah, announced his refusal to pass the emergency food security support law in its latest form, while indicating that the parliament’s presidency seeks to include in the law the demands of free lecturers and to establish contract holders and daily wages who have been in service for more than two years.


The office of the second deputy said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, “We are not in favor of passing the emergency food security support law in its latest form, and the House of Representatives has a great responsibility towards this law and in this sensitive circumstance, where the necessary priorities must be determined and the doors are closed to corruption, so We, as the Presidency of the House of Representatives and Representatives, seek to direct and approve the proposed law towards these priorities, foremost of which are: providing the ration card items and food baskets, securing basic services from electricity, supporting the agricultural sector, disbursing farmers’ entitlements, implementing the demands of free lecturers, and fixing contract holders and daily wages who have served for more than two years. And the inclusion of the necessary financial allocations for social care for the eligible poor and affected classes.


Abdullah explained, "Article (13) of the Financial Management Law No. (6) of 2019 and the exchange mechanism at a rate of (1/12) or less of the total actual expenditures of current expenditures for the previous fiscal year is sufficient to run the country's affairs for this fiscal year.

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Sadly for the people of Iraq this is the most embarrassing, inept, feckless & hapless bunch of ( corrupt ) elected officials yet.

Iraq could be that "shinning city on the hill" of the M.E. Instead for 19 years this is what they have to show for all their sacrifices. 

How much more do these people have to endure before the full potential of their country is recognized & unlocked.

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A parliamentarian counts the important laws "parked" in the drawers of the House of Representatives

 

 

166 special statement 2022/06/11 15:35 Baghdad today -

Special A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, MP Madiha Al-Maksusi, confirmed today, Saturday, that the coalition is ready to vote on any law that serves the reality of the country and does not contradict the Constitution and the Federal Court, as there are many important laws that are parked in Parliament. Al-Maksousi told (Baghdad Today) that "there are many laws that are parked in the parliament, most of which are useful to the Iraqi people, including the capital law, slums, and other stalled projects." She added that "these laws were carried over from the previous parliamentary sessions to the current session, so it is necessary to work in Parliament and speed up the legislation of these important laws." And she added, "The Al-Fateh coalition is ready to vote on any law that serves the reality of the country and does not contradict the constitution and the Federal Court." In this regard, it is mentioned that the House of Representatives voted in total a few days ago on the emergency food security support law, which caused widespread controversy between the political poles between supporters and discontented ones.

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Al-Zamili: We will prove all contracts in electricity and other ministries

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The First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, confirmed today, Friday, that we will prove all contracts in electricity and other ministries .

 

Al-Zamili said in a press statement carried by the correspondent of (Iraqi Media News Agency /) that “Parliament made good beginnings with legal legislation criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity and food security. The food security law concerns important segments of society .

 

He explained, "The next stage, we will legislate important laws that affect the lives of citizens .

 

He continued, "We have allocated 400 billion dinars to the military and security establishment in the Food Security Law .

He stressed: “We will prove all contracts in electricity and other ministries in the next stag

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On 6/4/2022 at 7:48 PM, horsesoldier said:

Sadly for the people of Iraq this is the most embarrassing, inept, feckless & hapless bunch of ( corrupt ) elected officials yet.

Iraq could be that "shinning city on the hill" of the M.E. Instead for 19 years this is what they have to show for all their sacrifices. 

How much more do these people have to endure before the full potential of their country is recognized & unlocked.

I ask myself time to time….did a very green Churchill think twice about the potential **** show he was creating when finalizing the blueprints for  the modern day Middle East.  

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Parliamentary counts the laws stored in the drawers of the House of Representatives

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Member of Al-Fateh Alliance, MP Madiha Al-Maksusi, confirmed today, Saturday, that the coalition is ready to vote on any law that serves the reality of the country and does not contradict the constitution and the Federal Court, as there are many important laws that are parked in Parliament.

Al-Maksousi said in an interview that was followed by (the Iraqi Media News Agency /) that "there are many laws that are parked in the parliament, most of which are useful to the Iraqi people, including the capital law, slums, and other stalled projects."

She added that "these laws were carried over from the previous parliamentary sessions to the current session, so it is necessary to work in Parliament and speed up the legislation of these important laws."

And she added, "The Al-Fateh coalition is ready to vote on any law that serves the reality of the country and does not contradict the constitution and the Federal Court."

 

 

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2 hours ago, Retiredofficer said:

I ask myself time to time….did a very green Churchill think twice about the potential **** show he was creating when finalizing the blueprints for  the modern day Middle East.  

I'd dig him up and ask him if I thought it would do any good. God Almighty what a hot 🔥 mess that part of the world continues to be...and no end in sight.

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Parliament corrects its mistakes in food security and is preparing for legislation that saves electricity and oil contracts

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The representative of Dhi Qar Governorate, Kazem Al-Fayyad, revealed, on Saturday, a preliminary agreement in Parliament to include the rights of contractors with oil companies and electrical stations within the budget for this year, after ignoring them in the Food Security Law.

Al-Fayyad said in an interview with (Baghdad Today) that “the failure to include the paragraph of fixing contracts, including those working as contracts in oil companies and electrical stations, during the adoption of the Food Security Law, caused protests by this segment, and it is a legitimate right.”

He added, "After the demonstration, I held several meetings with the local government and members of the House of Representatives and the Finance Committee to remedy the matter."

Fayadh explained that "there is an agreement in principle with the Presidency of the House of Representatives to ensure the inclusion of this paragraph in the draft budget law, which will be approved in the event of the formation of the government, and then this problem will be addressed."

The House of Representatives voted last week on the Food Security Law, amid parliamentary and popular opposition, because of the similar corruption that revolves around it.

 

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9 hours ago, yota691 said:

A parliamentarian counts the important laws "parked" in the drawers of the House of Representatives

 

 

166 special statement 2022/06/11 15:35 Baghdad today -

Special A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, MP Madiha Al-Maksusi, confirmed today, Saturday, that the coalition is ready to vote on any law that serves the reality of the country and does not contradict the Constitution and the Federal Court, as there are many important laws that are parked in Parliament. Al-Maksousi told (Baghdad Today) that "there are many laws that are parked in the parliament, most of which are useful to the Iraqi people, including the capital law, slums, and other stalled projects." She added that "these laws were carried over from the previous parliamentary sessions to the current session, so it is necessary to work in Parliament and speed up the legislation of these important laws." And she added, "The Al-Fateh coalition is ready to vote on any law that serves the reality of the country and does not contradict the constitution and the Federal Court." In this regard, it is mentioned that the House of Representatives voted in total a few days ago on the emergency food security support system" rel="">support law, which caused widespread controversy between the political poles between supporters and discontented ones.

 

On 6/4/2022 at 6:48 PM, horsesoldier said:

Sadly for the people of Iraq this is the most embarrassing, inept, feckless & hapless bunch of ( corrupt ) elected officials yet.

Iraq could be that "shinning city on the hill" of the M.E. Instead for 19 years this is what they have to show for all their sacrifices. 

How much more do these people have to endure before the full potential of their country is recognized & unlocked.

The corrupt rarely have any vision of what can be. And they often die with a bunch shite they can’t even take to hell with them…. 🤣🤣🤣

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Sometimes I feel like this is gonna drag on for years and quite possibly after I go to that Great Gig in the Sky, my grandchildren or sadly their children might benefit from my investment.

 Good thing my IQD is hermetically sealed in Mayonnaise Jars ( yes of course I washed them out first- geez ) in my bomb & fire resistant safe in the back room of  my basement with a sign that says Beware of Leopard. 

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