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    Today. The House vote on "parties" and "treaties" 8/13

    Today. The House vote on "parties" and "treaties"



    Baghdad/Baghdad newsletter -
    The House resumes, on its scheduled day Thursday to vote on important projects, most notably political party laws and treaties.

    The meeting agenda includes a statement of the Board received (Baghdad newsletter), view the "Federal Court decisions about the validity of the membership of some deputies, and the vote on the draft law of ratification by the Republic of Iraq to the amendment of the consolidated capital investment in Arabic Arabic States of 1980".

    It also includes "the voting on the draft law of ratification of loan agreement for power station rehabilitation project alharisa between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of Japan/Japan International cooperation agency.

    It would be "a vote on the draft law on passports, travel, and vote on the draft law of treaties, and vote on the draft political parties law, and vote on the draft Labour Code" listed on the agenda.

    Referred to the House of representatives recently approved government reforms, and other representative of direct legislation included the text of the Constitution and legislation must overcome what stands in this legislation and mechanisms, especially the oil and gas law, the law on political parties, the law of the Federal Supreme Court, the law of treaties, law of the Federation Council, Amnesty and national reconciliation laws including the law on the National Guard. "


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