Parliament Press Release: Finish reading three bills
House of Representatives finish reading three bills 08/30/2015
House of Representatives ended its session usual eighteen, which was held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim al-Jubouri, President of the Council and in the presence of 243 deputies on Sunday 30/8/2015, read the three bills.
At the outset of the meeting President al-Jubouri announced that a meeting of the heads of blocs to discuss the draft law of the National Guard during which they agreed on some paragraphs.
In another matter, Mr. Jubouri called the parliamentary blocs to speed up the nomination of their representatives in the committee support the popular crowd.
On the other hand, followed by Rep. Rankin Abdullah statement on behalf of the Committee of Martyrs and victims and political prisoners on the occasion of the International Day of the Disappeared indicated it to the loss of thousands of Iraqis in the era of the former regime and during the war with Iran and Kuwait and genocide campaigns in Halabja, in addition to the massacre Spyker and the tragedy of Sinjar and prison Badush which Dhathma claimed thousands of martyrs and missing persons, decisively claim the missing file and search for their own destiny and to support government agencies through the use of approaching specialized in the use of modern means and drawer file under the genocide.
The Council discussed the suspicious activities in support of the Daash.
At the outset of the debate, MP Hassan Salem said demand for the complicity of the international coalition with al Daash through a blind eye to the flow of columns terrorists from Syria to more than one region in Iraq submitted by noting that the US Aviation Daash provided the gangs with weapons.
The MP pointed out that Salem for the security and defense committee diagnosed the issue of US support for Daash calling for the US to address the grave of the project and the formation of a parliamentary committee of legal committees and the security and defense for the diagnosis of intentional violations and come up with recommendations to stop the works.
For his part, MP Joseph Saliwa to oust the terrorist ideology of the curriculum and surround overdo some clerics calling for the enactment of laws against blasphemy.
And MP on the Keywords that the issue of support Daash where various aspects, including economic support through civil companies and commercial banks and financial donations, which requires identified and shut off.
The MP Abbas al-Bayati said activating issued by the UN Security Council resolutions will contribute to draining the sources of terrorism, pointing to the existence of a commercial deal with Daash with some internal and external parties.
In turn, MP Hassan Khalati applicant countries of the world to prevent oil companies from getting involved the import of petroleum from Daash.
The MP Kanna on the importance of sorting between Iraqis and foreigners belonging to Daash and work according to a real will to achieve national reconciliation.
He suggested MP Fares Albraivkana the government with the support of moderation moderate Islamist groups to keep young people from Daash.
For his part, MP Hassan Mahmoud Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the representative of Iraq to the UN approached the International Organization for the seriousness of the Security Council in the implementation of decisions issued in connection with the fight against terrorism, noting the role of some media of supporting terrorism.
MP Salim Hamza urged the formation of a parliamentary committee to follow up the issue of terrorism and the investigation of the validity of what is going to provide support for Daash and bring the perpetrators to justice.
And MP Fatima Hamidi saw that a careful study of the auction sale of foreign currency will show the presence of Daash support dramatically.
It demanded Rep Vian Dakhil legislation strict laws and work to amend the penal code more broadly to include women belonging to Daash and not limited to just men.
For his part, drew MP militant al-Moussawi, to the existence of a human financing from European countries to organize terrorist Daash.
The MP Haneen Qaddo the importance of community immunity away from the culture of extremism and cancel the other.
He called MP Mohammed Naji to convene an international conference to fight Daash includes various countries of the world to get to the fight against terrorism, serious solutions.
And the MP Arshad Salihi said the sale of oil by the organization representing the major activities Daash suspicious of terrorism, noting the importance of the media and communications to provide mandatory programs in Iraqi channels about the dangers of the terrorist organization.
Then the Council voted on the recommendations of the Commission on Security and Defense, which includes the formation of a parliamentary committee comprising committees, defense and legal security, human rights, finance, education and foreign relations and Awqaf and Religious Affairs and the receipt of all the information available to the citizens to take advantage of them and determine the timeframe for the completion of the Committee's work tasks within 30 days.
Mr. Jubouri face of the security and defense committee and foreign relations, taking into consideration the interventions of the House of Representatives and the evidence and the evidence proving the support activities for the organization Daash suspicious.
The Council voted on a resolution the release of the displaced employees who were displaced from areas under the control of the terrorist organization Daash Daash to areas under central government control immediately and without delay 'salaries.
The Council also discussed the issue of displaced balances in banks.
He MP pioneer Isaac applicant discussion to human suffering difficult for the thousands of displaced people who went out of their areas without their money after the control of the organization Daash terrorist on a number of cities, alluding to his move on more than one hand on the release of financial assets for the displaced in the banks of areas that displaced them.
The Council voted to adopt a note made by a leading MP Yitzhak balances related to displaced people in the House of Representatives to provide banks with their observations to the relevant committees for the purpose of presenting a final version for a vote by the House of Representatives.
On the other hand the Council ended the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Republic of Iraq on the Statute of the Peace and Security Council and the Arab submitted by the committees of foreign, security and defense relations law.
In the interventions, ladies and gentlemen MPs, MP Riad Ghraib pointed out that Iraq endorsement of the draft law would depend on the commitment of the Arab League ratifying the implementation of the decisions away from politicization.
The MP called on the dry longings to reconsider the long-term agreement for the time especially that the signing of the Statute of the Council of the Arab Peace and Security history has been for years.
He MP Hassan Khalati his support in ratifying the Convention being very important in achieving regional peace and security.
And the deputy Mahmoud Hassan that the Arab Peace and Security Council and his job to bring peace and security between countries and does not take the role of the Arab League.
For his part, MP Hassan Salem refused to ratify any deal with the source of terrorism.
The MP pointed Furat al-Tamimi that the Statute of the Council for Peace Eitnol the issue of terrorism, which is a priority in Iraq, calling on the Foreign Ministry to make efforts to modify the system board.
He said the Attorney Zia al-Asadi that peace and security council system of no value to him especially in light of developments that have passed on the Arab countries in recent years.
In its response to the interventions of the Committee on confirmed non-interference in the affairs of Iraq and other countries, noting that Iraq was Mnazavia in the previous agreement within the pro-Arab countries, which have been adjusted to conform with the current situation.
Council completed the second reading of the draft ratification of a partnership agreement for cultural, scientific and technical cooperation and for the development between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the French Republic and submitted by the committees Foreign Culture, Media and Higher Education and Scientific Research Relations Act.
In the interventions, ladies and gentlemen MPs stressed MP Abbas al-Bayati, the importance of the Convention to take advantage of French expertise in various fields, particularly the cultural and educational side.
And he expressed his deputy Aziz Ugaili support for the agreement with France because of its positive effects on Iraq.
The MP called Fatima Hamidi to reconsider Convention has been translated and adapted legally noting the importance of the Convention in the development of the educational reality.
In its response to the interventions it praised the Committee on the important interventions for ladies and gentlemen MPs on the Convention.
The Board completed the second reading of the draft law on ratification of trade cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the State of Kuwait and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and the Economy and Investment Convention on the Law.
In the interventions of ladies and gentlemen of Representatives on the bill proposed by Rep Sunrise Alabegi participation of representatives of the Joint Commission of the private sector.
And MP Adnan al-Asadi to speed up the ratification of agreements with other countries, including Kuwait, because of their importance to the development of mutual relations.
He said the Attorney Joseph Saliwa that the Iraqi interest requires the establishment of good relations with all countries a proposal to expand cooperation with Kuwait to include military fields.
And Nora Albjara MP stressed the importance of involving chambers of commerce in Iraq and Kuwait to the work of the Joint Commission between the two countries.
MP Mohammed Naji Iraqi government provide facilities for businessmen to expand trade cooperation as well as the need to focus on the border with Kuwait outlets.
In its response to the Committee on the interventions it confirmed that this agreement represents the third package of agreements concluded with Kuwait and dealt with important aspects.
For his part, Mr. Iaram Sheikh Mohammed, Vice President of the Council announced the postponement of the vote on the draft law of the National Guard, noting that the talks between the parliamentary blocs continuing so far to agree on the law.
And then it decided to adjourn the meeting to next Tuesday 08/09/2015
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