A member of the parliamentary regions: the election law will lead to some change and personal interests of the leaders behind the appeal
Sunday, November 10 2 / November 2013 14:16
Praised a member of the Committee of the Regions parliamentary and provincial Iqbal coracoid electoral law and said it includes all the ingredients and there is no political marginalization or exclusion except for not abuse the Kurds with Faili Kurds and give them their entitlement just like any other minorities. “
Coracoid said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of “some small blocks trying to minimize the importance of the electoral law and the appeal to the Federal Court for nothing but their own interests.”
She added that “the electoral law was approved unanimously by the national date has been installed and elections due next April 30, 2014.”
The coracoid showed that “some political blocs whose interests conflicted party as a result of adoption of the election law trying to block the elections by the Federal Court,” pointing out that “the election law will lead to a leadership change that to Ataar importance for the Iraqi people.”
And confirmed a member of the Committee of the Regions, “the Federal Court is to decide whether to appeal a constitutional or not,” adding that “it is not in the interest of any person or political bloc disrupt the elections and the Iraqi people, the first supporters of the elections remove dictatorship minds”.
The House of Representatives has approved at its Monday, November 4, an amendment to the election law controversial, to become the number of seats in the next parliament 328 seats, 310 of them original and 18 compensatory, including 8 seats for Kota minorities were distributed among the five seats for Christians and one seat for each of the Shabak and right and Yazidis as has been allocated 3 seats in the provinces of Kurdistan Region three, and 7 seats agreed to distribute between the National Alliance and the Iraqi List and include the provinces of Baghdad, Babylon, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Basra, Diyala, and Anbar.
As opposed deputies from the provinces of Wasit and Salah al-Din on the number of seats allocated to Mhafeztém also objected deputies the Yezidi demanding component four seats instead of one seat and threatened to challenge the law in federal court. ”
For his part, ruled out House Speaker Osama Najafi, that advancing a political appeal to the court of federal election law, “adding that” the law was approved by all parties, “he said, warning of” catastrophic consequences if the law has been challenged and the postponement of elections.