Deputy law: the dispute over the largest bloc debate sterile

Deputy law: the dispute over the largest bloc debate sterile

2018/9/4 9:02

Deputy law - the dispute over the largest bloc debate sterile[Ayna-Baghdad]
MP confirmed the coalition of state law high Nassif that the building block will begin to form the government as the largest bloc, “noting that” the controversy about being the largest or other is a sterile argument, given the opinion of the Federal Court in previous cases similar to the issue of formation The Iraqi Bloc bloc and give the court the right to form blocks and record them in the first session of the House of Representatives.
“The decision makers should pay attention to the precedents of the Federal Court in similar cases, such as the issue of the formation of the Iraqi Bloc in 2010, the court gave the right to form blocks and recorded in the first session of the House of Representatives,” Nassif said in a statement received by the agency All Iraq [ “The blocs that are formed within the parliament are legal blocks and official and each of its members represents the opinion of 100 thousand citizens, and therefore can not make the deputy hostage to the head of the block, this is illegal and illegal.”
Nassif explained that “the most numerous bloc [with regard to the building block] and the signing of the members and the internal order and reference to the decision of the White Bloc previously gave us the right to compensation and nomination,” noting that “most of the articles of the Constitution speak about the numerical votes, whether simple or majority, According to the decision of the Federal Court in accordance with this precedent is the freedom of the MP to enter a block or a cluster.
“The concept of the parliamentary bloc of the most numerous, found by the Federal Supreme Court is clear and explicit in Article [76] of the Constitution, and the text of Article [76] of the Constitution referred to [the parliamentary bloc], a bloc consisting of deputies in a particular group announced in Parliament”.

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