House of Representatives ended the second reading of the Law of Treaties and complete discussion of 2012 budget
Baghdad, February 14 (Rn) - House of Representatives lifted its regular Tuesday to Thursday next after ending the discussion of a draft federal budget for the current year in addition to end the second reading of the bill to conclude treaties.
The House of Representatives held its meeting on Tuesday attended by 219 deputies
led by Osama al.
A member of the Finance Committee, the parliamentary Haitham al-Jubouri told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the House of Representatives completed its discussions regarding the draft law on the federal budget was agreed that next Thursday is the last day to discuss the draft federal budget law before they vote to allow the Finance Committee to include all observations Representatives raised during previous meetings. "
The Jubouri "We expect to be included to vote on the federal budget at the end of next week
after the transfers are made and include observations of Representatives and the political forces."
The Iraqi government approved on the fifth of December last budget year 2012
amounting to $ 100 billion (about 117 trillion Iraqi dinars) and a deficit of up to $ 13.5 billion (about 17 trillion dinars).
It was hoped to proceed after the House of Representatives to discuss budget items in preparation for approval, but the emergence of political problems hit the legislative institution of the kind of inertia.
The MP said the Kurdistan Alliance Mahma Khalil's (Rn) that "the Council ended the second reading of the bill held a political treaty without objection by the parliamentary blocs, and is expected to include the vote after the termination of the relevant committee work on the law."
"The law is aimed at organizing a treaty between Iraq and the international community and the development of the general framework for the conclusion of such treaties, whether related to the political aspect, economic, cultural, and focused law on the need to respect international conventions and respect for the principles of political equality with other nations."
From: Hossam Ali.
Open: Abdullah Sabri