Maliki says that the legislation of laws, the exclusive right of the Council of Ministers and the Presidency of the Republic and the task of parliament to vote
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said on Tuesday that the parliament had no right to pass laws, noting that the Council of Ministers and the Presidency of the Republic are the only ones with the right legislation.
Maliki said during a press conference in Baghdad attended by all governors, "the House of Representatives has no right to initiate laws, beginning," pointing to "that the legislation of laws should be by the Council of Ministers or the Presidency of the Republic exclusively."
He said al-Maliki "the right of the House of Representatives to propose a bill, and submit it to Cabinet for discussion, and then sent to parliament for a vote
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