Khalidi: the presidency of the parliament agreed with the heads of the political blocs to pass a number of laws


14:24 06/18/2013

Baghdad - and babysit - The decision of the Parliament Mohammed al-Khalidi, Tuesday, that the Presidency of the parliament agreed with the heads of political blocs in parliament to pass a number of controversial laws, as he emphasized the formation of two committees for this purpose.

The decision of the House of Representatives Muhammad Al-Khalidi in a press conference held in the parliament building and was attended by the correspondent of the news agency public opinion (and babysit) that "the Presidency of Parliament met with the heads of blocs and some lawmakers were discussing a number of laws at issue is the subject of controversy and disagreement between the parliamentary blocs, including the law of the Court Federal law and the second amendment to the law governorates not organized province ".

He said al-Khalidi, "The Commission discussed with the heads of blocs amend the law on parliamentary elections, and the law banning the Baath Party and entities dissolved, and the Justice and Accountability Law and the Penal Code No. 511, and the law amending the Code of Criminal Procedure No. 13, and the bill reserve funds movable and immovable property of the elements of the former regime and discussion of special grades of civil, military, and also plan the work of the committees. "

Khalidi pointed out that "a committee was formed regarding these laws headed by First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives and a representative from each block, to study similar laws are then to vote in the coming days in the case agreed upon and resolve the differences."

He said al-Khalidi, "it was forming a committee under the chairmanship of the House of Representatives on amending the Law Council of Representatives elections and the elections of Kirkuk." Indicating that it was the identification of three days of meetings of the House of Representatives and the three days of the committees for legislation largest number of laws that are agreed upon. "P / h