View Full Version : Sami al-Askari: law defining the mandates presidencies will not see the light

01-26-2013, 08:07 PM
Saturday 26 K 2 2013
Alsumaria News / Baghdad

The leader of the coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari, Saturday, "said the law defining the mandates Prime Minister will not see the light because it shows clear materials of the Constitution," adding that "the law is not above the Constitution and it can not restrict year بالخاص".
The military confirmed that the coalition is worried about the parliamentary vote on this law, in what was seen as the Iraqi List's decision to boycott meetings of the House of Representatives step on the road to bow to al-Qaeda and Baathist groups, which manages the current demonstrations.

Askari said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "a coalition of state law is not worried about the parliamentary vote on the law defining the mandates Prime Minister", stressing that the step coalescing next is "resorting to the Constitution and not to appeal the decision of the majority of the House of Representatives, even if contrary to our ".

The Parliamentary Legal Committee announced on Saturday (26 January 2013), that the House of Representatives voted by majority during its eighth meeting on the proposed law defining the mandates of the three presidencies, in the absence of the Vice coalition of state law.

In another context, he pointed out the leadership of the state law that "the Iraqi List, in an unenviable position now because the initiative came from deputies and even leadership," stressing that "the leadership of the demonstrations now confronted by al-Qaeda and the Baath Party and are the ones who impose their conditions on the Iraqi List and the deputies. "

The military pointed out that "Iraq is obliged to get along with the pressure," saying "its decision today to boycott meetings of the House of Representatives first step of responding to bow to pressure al-Qaeda and Baathist groups, which manages the demonstrations."

And announced that the Iraqi List, on Saturday, they decided to boycott the sessions of the House of Representatives session except to withdraw confidence from the government, attributed the reason to "ignore" the government to the demands of the demonstrators.

The city of Fallujah, on Friday (January 25, 2013), clashes between Iraqi army forces and protesters city, killing seven people and wounding 58 others wounded, while the source confirmed early on Saturday (January 26, 2013), that the army withdrew from the Fallujah, at the request of tribal leaders and the people of the city.

And witnessing the governorates of Anbar and Nineveh, Salahuddin, Kirkuk and Diyala and some areas of Baghdad, since 25 December 2012), mass demonstrations involving clerics and tribal leaders and local officials most notably the governor of Nineveh Ethel Nujaifi and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi, demanding the release of prisoners and detainees innocent and prosecute "violators symptoms" prisoners, as well as change the course of government.