Granting further seats for KR "unconstitutional", says Nijeifi.The Secretary General of the Iraqiyoun Assembly MP Usama al-Nijeifi pointed out that "Granting further parliamentary seats for Kurdistan Region is unconstitutional unconstitutional adj. referring to a statute, governmental conduct, court decision or private contract (such as a covenant which purports to limit transfer of real property only to Caucasians) which violate one or more provisions of the U. S. Constitution. matter."<p>Speaking to the National Iraqi News Agency, he said "Speaking about granting further two seats for Kurdistan Regions is considered a political complement for the Kurds that would affect other provinces' rights."
He mentioned that "Through its demands to increase its seats, the Kurdistani Alliance seeks executing the article 140 which has expired, but they stick to it."
"Many displaced displaced
see displacement. citizens have moved into Kurdistan Region but they are registered in their original provinces, so if they were registered in Kurdistan Region, they would be registered twice which is illegal," he stressed.
The parliament had held a session on last Saturday afternoon over discussing the distribution of seats on provinces, but the session was postponed till today, Sunday, due to lack of quorum A majority of an entire body; e.g., a quorum of a legislative assembly.
A quorum is the minimum number of people who must be present to pass a law, make a judgment, or conduct business. .
It is worth mentioning that some blocs have suggested granting two further seats for KR to increase the parliament seats into 225 instead of 223.
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