Parliamentary consensus to pass emergency laws: the allocation of grades Alozivih..br
Parliamentary consensus to pass emergency laws: the allocation of grades Alozivih..brz
Special - scales News - He confirmed the legal committee member of the parliamentary Ibtisam Hilali, Sunday, that the coming days will witness the passing important legislation awaits the Iraqi street as part of the paper the reform presented by the House of Representatives, noting that the service of the Federal Act, which will ensure the distribution of posts away from quotas and partisan clientelism will pass after reading it again in parliament.
She said Hilali's / scales News / "The paper reform presented by the House of Representatives includes pass important laws after the dissolution of political and artistic differences around," indicating that "the coming days will see a move towards the important laws waiting for the Iraqi street as a law of amnesty and other important laws."
She said the legal committee member of the parliamentary "The committee made a lot of important laws to be include them on the House agenda for reading and vote in the coming sessions," indicating that "the most important of these laws are the legal advisers and the Federal Service which will ensure the distribution and allocation of grades away from quotas partisan and clientelism in the distribution has been read in the House of Representatives and will pass after reading it for the second time."
The "MP from the Bloc citizen Habib Terminal said, earlier, that the reforms issued by the Prime Minister package put political blocs in an embarrassing position and created harmony among themselves to work on laws at a rapid pace and provide what can be presented to the Iraqi people legislation."
With "stressed the Legal Committee member of the parliamentary sound Shawki, earlier, that the Kurdistan Alliance deals with important laws in accordance with the orders of the provincial political considerations reservation interests," Mushir that "the judiciary is one of the disrupted their work did not provide for Parliament drafts of important laws related to Parliament legislation to be".