Samson: Parliament holds its session next Monday and the election law is on its agenda
14th December, 2019
The Parliament will hold its regular session next Monday, and its agenda will include the election law.
Council member, Majid Al-Waeli said, “There is an expectation that the parliament session will be held tomorrow, Monday, as the agenda will include voting on the law on elections to the House of Representatives, although there are reservations in some blocs regarding the combination of individual elections and political blocs.”
He continued that “the majority of political blocs with the adoption of individual elections and multiple constituencies in a single province to ensure the integrity and conduct of the electoral process naturally.” LINK
Samson: Deputy: Three laws at the parliament table after the completion of the election law
14th December, 2019
On Saturday, MP Ahmad Al-Kinani revealed three important laws that will be discussed by the House of Representatives soon, expected to be passed in conjunction with the popular movement.
Kanani told Mawazine News that “the parliament will soon end the electoral file, once the election law is approved and its commissioners are named.”
He added, “Three laws will be worked on after that to legislate them, which are oil and gas, and infrastructure, the 2020 budget.” He noted “the importance of mobilizing the popular movement and pressing the demonstrations on the blocs in order to speed up the approval of these important laws.”
S4175k: I hope the order wrote here is the order they vote…cause oil and gas has to show the rate if the citizens are to receive $500 per person at age 16 and up. imo
Samson: A security expert reveals the number of kidnappers, victims and detainees of the demonstrations
14th December, 2019
The security expert, Hisham Al-Hashimi, revealed today, Saturday, the number of kidnappers, victims and detainees of the popular demonstrations in Iraq, since its launch on the first of last October and until today.
Al-Hashemi said in a tweet on his Twitter site that, “According to official sources, from October 1 to December 12, 2019, about 473 martyrs, about 22 thousand wounded, including 3,900 disabled persons, 25 martyrs were assassinated, and about 2700 detainees were released judicially , And about 3000 detainees were released security without going through the judiciary, and about 12 kidnapped, unknown fate.” LINK
Don961: Washington is waving internationalization … and threatening Iraqi officials with international law on charges of murder and kidnapping
12/13/2019 3:31:58 AM
Baghdad / Obelisk: With the increase in the wave of kidnappings and enforced disappearances of demonstrators in the cities of central and southern Iraq, the American State Department renewed its call to stop targeting protesters in Iraq, while expressing its willingness to mobilize international opinion regarding what is being described as “operations” Systematic killing “targeting activists in Iraq, waving the internationalization of killings.
Observers believe in the views of the “obelisk” that there appears to be a plan to prolong the protests, which will be punctuated by killings and assassinations to embarrass Iraqi politicians, and threaten them with international justice, in order to give up their political positions or move away from the positions of state and authority, otherwise their fate will be fulfilled. To what happened to the leaders and murdered who stood before the institutions of international law on serious charges, they ended their political future, and seized their money and assets.
Internationalization is usually used in cases of extreme danger threatening a particular group, or by international agreement to preserve an entity from perishing, by bringing the areas under international control and supervision. Internationalization is usually required by the weaker party, to protect it from the attacks of the stronger party.
In the context, a member of the Commission for Human Rights, Ali al-Bayati, said in a press statement that “the commission alone has received about 25 complaints since the beginning of the demonstrations about the loss and kidnapping, in addition to 4 complaints about the kidnapping of young people from Karbala province who were in Baghdad.”
While the civil activist Haider Hamzouz added that: “All kidnappings and murders are a message, so kidnapping the girls is a message to intimidate them and kidnapping the photographers is a message to those who document and kidnap the activists on social media, a message to those who write.”
He added, “Even in the western provinces, which do not witness demonstrations, there have been kidnappings and detentions of young people due to peaceful posts on Facebook, no more.”
He continued, “We have dozens of reports of kidnapped people from the scene of the protest, whose fate is not known, and even the arrests take place without judicial orders.”
Legal expert Ali al-Tamimi said in a statement singled out by the “obelisk”, that “the Mahdi government is not exempt from its responsibilities, as it is a caretaker government,” noting that “public security is a government duty, internally and externally.”
Al-Tamimi elaborated on the talk about the agreement to prevent genocide in 1948, explaining that it defined genocide as “targeting a sect or group in a manner that violates international law and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” stressing that “Iraq is a signatory to this agreement, and therefore the attack that affected The demonstrators in Baghdad, Nasiriyah, Karbala, and Najaf are terrorist acts, “according to Iraqi law and the definition of terrorism.
Kidnappings and assassinations continue in Baghdad and the provinces that are witnessing protest demonstrations, strikingly, and include civilian activists, paramedics, paramedics and human rights workers, without deterrence. LINK
Samson: The matter was decided .. Magda Al-Tamimi: The Shi’a’s Sudanese will be a fait accompli
14th December, 2019
Today, Saturday, Member of Parliament Magda Al-Tamimi confirmed that the choice of Mohammed Shiaa Al-Sudani as a substitute for the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is a reality.
Al-Tamimi said in a tweet followed by “Al-Akhbariya”, that “Mohamed Shiaa Al-Sudani chose the political blocs”, noting that it is “a fait accompli.”
She pointed out that “it was presented to the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, and he will pass by the majority without referring to the larger bloc.” And she concluded her tweet with the phrase, “This is what I received now.
The nomination of Muhammad Shi’a Al-Sudani as prime minister has met with widespread popular rejection, especially since he is affiliated with the current political class, even though he has announced his resignation from the Dawa Party and the State of Law coalition. LINK
Samson: Newspaper: Saleh will issue a presidential decree mandating Al-Sudani on Monday
12:06 – 14/12/2019
The Saudi newspaper, Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, reported on Saturday that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, will issue a presidential decree tomorrow, Monday, with the appointment of Deputy Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani as prime minister, stressing that there are no “fundamental objections” to it.
The newspaper quoted in a report that was read to him / the information, a political source familiar with, saying, “The competition during the last two days was between Al-Kazemi and the Sudan, before it was almost finalized for the Sudanese.”
The source added, that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, will issue next Monday, one day before the end of the constitutional deadline, a Republican decree officially assigning the Sudanese to the position after it was agreed upon by the construction bloc and the lack of basic objections from the rest of the Shiite blocs or components, especially Sunnis and Kurds”.
The MP of the Kurdistan Islamic Union, Salim Hamzah, revealed in a statement to “The Information”, today, Saturday, a Kurdish desire to support the nomination of Muhammad Shi’a Al-Sudani to head the next government, noting that this support for the nomination of the Sudanese is principled and not official.
While the Alliance of Forces headed by Speaker of Parliament Mohamed Al-Halbousi praised the Sudanese resignation from the Islamic Dawa Party, considering it a “courageous step”, while stressing that he is the favorite of the prime minister and will be assigned soon. LINK
Samson: Kurdish political meeting to discuss assigning the Sudanese to head the government
12:17 – 14/12/2019
On Saturday, the MP of the Kurdistan Islamic Group, Ahmed Hama Rashid, revealed a forthcoming meeting of 15 Kurdish deputies to discuss assigning Muhammad Shi’a Al-Sudani to head the government, indicating that the meeting will discuss the options presented.
Rashid said in a statement to the “information” that “15 Kurdish representatives from different blocs formed a new alliance away from the Patriotic Union and the Kurdistan Democratic Party to discuss all political issues in the region and outside it.” He added that “the gathering will meet in the coming hours to discuss the options presented and assign Mohamed Shia’a Al-Sudani to head the next government.”
He explained that “the opinion of the assembly will be after the meeting and the implications of the nomination and support for the candidate will be discussed,” noting that “the Kurdish forces have not expressed any objection or support until now to the Sudanese.”
The MP of the Kurdistan Islamic Union, Salim Hamzah, revealed in a previous statement to / the information, about a Kurdish desire to support the nomination of Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani to head the next government, indicating that this support for the nomination of the Sudanese is tentative and not official. LINK
Samson: Harb: The new Prime Minister will be announced within 72 hours and nobody will object to it
15:38 – 14/12/2019
Legal expert Tariq Harb said, on Saturday, that the new prime minister will be announced within the next 72 hours, indicating that the President of the Republic will present this candidate without any symptoms from a political bloc or deputy.
Harb said, in a post on his Facebook page, which he viewed (the information), that “within a period of no more than three days, the candidate for the new prime minister will be announced, as the president of the republic will refer to him in Parliament in order to nominate him in implementation of the provisions of the constitution that mandated the largest bloc to nominate the prime minister.”
He added, “It does not matter the nomination from one of the blocs only, as it is considered the largest bloc as long as no other bloc has declared that it is the largest bloc that opposes this nomination, since the constitution did not specify the number of deputies of the largest parliamentary bloc as long as no more bloc opposes that it rejects the nomination as the bloc The largest, and this is what happened a year ago, as Adel Abdel-Mahdi was nominated for prime minister, and no deputy objected to this nomination, and no bloc said that it objects to the nomination, or that it is the largest bloc.
The legal expert explained that “the nomination of a candidate from the President of the Republic and the adoption by a parliamentary bloc of this proposal is made, and that he is a candidate for the Prime Minister and not to object to another parliamentary bloc, and states that the number of its representatives is more.
He pointed out that “the President of the Republic has in his pocket this candidate who will be nominated by one of the blocs and who will not be opposed by any deputy or parliamentary bloc and who will form the new government without parliamentary opposition, as was the case with Adel Abdul Mahdi, who was nominated by blocs that are not considered the largest, since the number of members is not more than half Members of Parliament, but it was the largest reality, but its mass did not say that it was greater than it, and no deputy opposed it.
Harb warned that “the issue of the candidate for prime minister will be decided by the president of the republic, who will present it to one of the parliamentary blocs that will nominate him for prime minister, and will not present any parliamentary bloc or deputy against him, and the coming hours will be decided. Political nights will give birth to every stranger.”