Vice-President are still their jobs and can not be dismissed unless the legislation of a new law
Legal representative: Vice-President are still their jobs and can not be dismissed unless the legislation of a new law
Brother – Baghdad
He said a member of the parliamentary legal committee endorsed frankincense, that the three Vice-President of the Republic are still in office in accordance with the law in force, noting that the abolition of their positions require new legislation, or send a request from the president to parliament to abolish the positions .
And the voice of the House of Representatives earlier this month on the reforms made by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, which included 11 paragraph pack, most notably the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic, and lower financial expenses, and the reform of the economic reality and reducing its government.
He added frankincense, that “there is a law in force regulating the work of the Vice President and voted by the Parliament, and can not be the abolition of the posts of Vice President only to send the government a bill abolishing the law in force, or that the President of the Republic formally request the House of Representatives to exempt three of his deputies.”
Saleh pointed out that “the three Vice-President of the Republic according to the law, they still have their jobs for lack of the House vote to repeal a new law office or at the request of the President of the Republic.”
According to the Vice-President of the Republic Act No. 1 of 2011 in force, the Vice-Presidents are either exemption request submitted by the president to exempt his deputy to the House of Representatives, or the accountability of Parliament to the vice president and a majority vote on his removal from office.