The Second Vice-President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Osama Najafi, a retreat in the Federal High Court for its decision to link independent bodies under the chairmanship of the Council of Ministers as a letter addressed to the Court to the House of Representatives.
According to Arif Tayfur of Kurdistan News Agency (Rn), on Sunday, that “the Federal Court, the Supreme Iraqi and sent a formal letter to the Iraqi Council of Representatives announced its retreat from its decision to link independent bodies under the chairmanship of the Council of Ministers,” adding that “we asked and a number of legal experts clarification of the Court on its decision “.
And includes independent bodies in Iraq (the Independent Higher Commission for Elections and the board of Human Rights and the Central Bank and the board of Integrity and several other independent institutions).
The Bowl, “The Federal Court has approved of this recent decision to link these independent bodies and bodies that have been under the control of the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives itself.”
He pointed out that “the board of Human Rights, for example, were under the direct control of the presidency of the Iraqi Parliament and the Council formed a committee of 11 deputies from the representatives of parliamentary blocs in the Council and representatives from the Ministry of Justice and the Iraqi Council of Ministers for the restructuring of the board of a new human rights,” noting that they “bent the choice of names for membership of the Authority. “
For his part, said Deputy House of Representatives of the Iraqi movement and change one of the members of the parliamentary committee formed to discuss the recent decision of the Federal Court’s (Rn), that “according to a letter directed to us from the court came in response to a question by the Iraqi parliament Court confirmed the independence of the bodies and independent institutions,” stating that “according to which the court’s decision independently of independent bodies does not contradict the law of 2006.”
He added that “there is some lack of clarity in the court’s decision came at the end where the authors reply that, despite the fact that these independent bodies, but that does not mean it’s any trace of the party.”
The Iraqi Supreme Federal Court has issued on January 18 a resolution providing for linking the Electoral bodies in Iraq, headed by the cabinet and not the Iraqi parliament.
Part IV deals with the Iraqi constitution, which was voted on in 2005, issue of Electoral bodies Kalheiop High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Independent Higher Commission for Elections and the board of fairness as independent bodies under the direct control of the Iraqi Council of Representatives.