Federal Court may enable Maliki third term

Federal Court may enable Maliki third term

Posted, 08 August / August 2013

Federal Court may enable Maliki third termBaghdad / Orr News

Informed political sources revealed that the response of the Federal Court would be compatible with a request to determine the mandate of Parliament three presidencies بولايتين the only not to be taken retroactively, to the satisfaction of Maliki also allow him a third and possibly a fourth.

Moreover, it was considered the leader of the Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi, to extend the mandate of the third Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki “a monopoly of power and consecration of dictatorship” that will lead the country into sectarian division, as he emphasized the Kurdistan Alliance commitment to the decisions of the Federal Court on the Law of the mandate of the three presidencies, noting that decisions “As peremptory read the constitution,” promised as determined by the Federal Court “no judgment.”

Despite denials by the President of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Fuad Masum, the leader of the party, Jalal Talabani, to be told with the consent of the Kurdistan Alliance to give al-Maliki another state, but that the Constitution did not prevent non-President to take charge of a third session does not apply to it is not the prime minister nor the Speaker of the House, so it is needed to clear constitutional amendment from the House of Representatives.