Holidays House frequent resentment of citizens
On: Sun 07/01/2012 2:46
over the citizens of dissatisfaction with the repetition of holidays earned by members of the House of Representatives and cause disabling its oversight role and legislative, in the time needed to enact many laws broken directly related to the interests of the people and their needs, and to address the great imbalance in the work of the executive branch especially at the level of public services.
Decision of the House of Representatives MP Muhammad Al-Khalidi describes the holiday thing natural, the fact that the rules of procedure of the Council of Deputies allowed to take the deputy leave equivalent to the number of days work “so that he can be close to his constituency, and recognize the problems of his province.”
but Khalidi criticized some of the practices of Representatives, where He emphasized that most of them take advantage of the holiday to enjoy travel outside Iraq, leaving a number of problems concerning the mass and of his constituents.
On the other hand criticized the independent MP Safia al-Suhail actions of some MPs, especially the Vice-province of Baghdad.
confirmed al-Suhail told the “long” yesterday that “there are some MPs winners for the province of Baghdad, they go to other provinces to listen to people’s problems, leaving the suffering of the province they represent in the House of Representatives. “
explained al-Suhail, the impact of the political crisis reflects negatively on the tasks of the House of Representatives, especially in passing important laws, which is essentially a stage of the last session.
, however, saying ” There are two types of laws in the corridors of the House of Representatives, including what is likely a deal between the blocks, and another does not inappropriately consensus for approval, Mstdlh the law of the Federal Court, being a witness sharp differences on the Committee of Experts in regards to veto legitimate, and ruled out Suhail adoption of this law after he entered the debates religious and other secular.