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    Jubouri threatening display of important laws for public vote 7/30

    Jubouri threatening display of important laws for public vote if the blocks unresolved disputes thereon



    House Speaker Salim DisplayLink threatened in today's session introducedcontroversial legislation to a vote in the upcoming public hearings for approval.

    According to a parliamentary source said "al-Jubouri called for in today's session the heads of parliamentary blocs to resolve the final positions of the laws that have reached the stage of voting, but what continues to be hindered because of political differences on them, particularly the Federal Court Rules, parties and the National Guard and the amnesty and accountability, justice and labor."

    He called al-Jubouri, according to the source "of the political blocs to give priority to the public interest", stressing that "the House of Representatives would seek the presidency in the event of continuing disable those laws and to delay it andput it on the agenda and resolved once and for all by voting public."

    It is said that the differences between the political blocs spin on some of the bills, including the National Guard and the Federal Court, political parties, and accountability, justice and the prohibition of the Baath Party.

    The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, a student at earlier, the heads of parliamentary blocs, to submit their comments and final mission on the National Guard and the Federal Court, political parties and other important laws and draft laws, in order to accelerate their approval in the nearest time.

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    Last edited by Doodle Brain; 07-30-2015 at 03:40 PM.



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