Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani decided on Sunday to appoint Hassan Nima al-Yasiri as his adviser for constitutional affairs.
The Media Office of the Prime Minister said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani decided to assign Hassan Nima Al-Yasiri as his adviser for constitutional affairs," noting that "Al-Yasiri will begin his duties by holding meetings and discussions with representatives of the executive and legislative presidencies, as well as deliberation with the judiciary in order to draw the features of a roadmap for the required constitutional amendments."
it added that "this step came as a commitment by the government to implement some of the contents of the ministerial curriculum approved by the parliament on October 27, 2022, and in accordance with the agreement of the political blocs on the need to make agreed constitutional amendments, and to avoid the recurrence of political deadlocks that occurred at different stages, especially in the recent period."
it added that "this measure comes in an effort by the government to achieve the required flow of work in the joints of the state, in line with previous decisions of the Federal Supreme Court and the positions of the Supreme Judicial Council, which included the call for constitutional amendments, as well as the fact that this step represents support from the government to public opinion in Iraq about the actual need to make those amendments."
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