Turan: four important laws need a political consensus for approval in Parliament

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - Legal Committee member of the parliamentary Hassan Turan said the government did not withdraw the Guard and the national law and the law of the Federal Court and the law of the General Union and the Board of Pardons, pointing out that those laws need to be a political consensus for approval.

And between Turan's (IMN) that "the parliamentary committees do not carry any problem in the legislation of those laws," pointing out that "the problem is borne by the political blocs to approve the National Guard Act, the Federal Court and the law of the Federation Council and amnesty, which need to be political consensus between the parliamentary blocs to get out Brochure for final approval in parliament."

Parliamentary Legal Committee and confirmed earlier, that there are 150 legally sent by the previous government session to the previous parliamentary session, it is voted on by the new parliamentary session.

Tauran said that "on the Presidency of the Parliament to hold several meetings within the Council to reach a political consensus between the blocs and approve these important laws that are in the reconciliation of the country and society."

He said the House of Representatives decision Imad Youkhana earlier, that there is a slowdown in the political blocs to enact important laws by the presence of a deep political differences.