Serious amendments to be made in Parliament internal system
According to the new internal system of Kurdistan Parliament, the speaker of the parliament and the deputies are not necessarily selected from the majority bloc and a deputy speaker will be given to the opposition. A member of legal committee and internal system preparation committee revealed in an interview with 'Hewler' that they are making serious changes in the internal system of the parliament, one of the changes is giving the deputy speaker of the parliament to the opposition.
According to Ahmed Warte, the speaker will have two deputies; one of them will be given to other blocs in the parliament. "This division seems fair," Ahmed believes. According to the old internal system, the majority bloc selected the speaker, the deputy speaker and the secretary of the parliament.
According to the draft of new internal system of the parliament, three sessions are held within a week, the remaining days are devoted to committees' meetings and calling ministers. "This decision existed before, but only two meetings were being held weekly and a huge amount of time was wasted,” explained Ahmed Warte.
Warte says that although committee members of the new internal system amendment are in agreement with most of the articles and sections of the draft, there are some matters that should be solved inside the parliament hall through voting.
The final draft of the new internal system is to be written within the next two-committee meetings and to be sent to parliament presidency.
Warte believes that in the current sessions of the parliament, the new internal system will be voted on and the next term of parliament it will be taken advantage of.
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