Parliament lifted its 21 th to Monday after reading the eight bills
Saturday 18 شباط 2012 14:38 GMT
Sumerian News / Baghdad
Raise the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Saturday, its 21 to the next Monday, with a parliamentary source said that the meeting has read eight draft laws, as well as discuss the President of the Office of Financial Supervision of the general budget for the current year rather than the Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi.
The source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Iraqi Council of Representatives lifted its the 21 under the chairmanship of President of the Council Osama Najafi and the presence of 230 deputies to the next Monday," noting that "the meeting saw the first reading of a draft law on Iraq's accession to the agreement between the League of Arab States and the U.S. United Mexican Mexican Fund for the establishment of international cooperation for development in 2006 and a draft law on Iraq's accession to the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other States, and a bill to extend the service of judges. "
The source, who asked not to be named, "The session also saw the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Government of Iraq to the Convention on trade and economic cooperation, scientific and technical and cultural cooperation between Iraq and Azerbaijan, and the draft law on Iraq's accession to the Arab Charter of Human Rights issued by the League of Arab States in 2004, and the draft law on ratification of a memorandum of understanding between Iraq and the EU on strategic partnership in the field of energy. "
The source pointed out that "the meeting saw the second reading of a bill setting aside of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council No. 196 of 1984, and a proposed amnesty law," pointing out that "the Council hosted the President of the Office of Financial Supervision Abdul Samad Turki Saeed and discussed with him the general budget for the current year instead of the Minister of financial Rafie al-Issawi because of recent travel outside the country. "
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives held on Saturday (February 18 now), meeting of the Council of Representatives of the 21 in the presence of 230 deputies.
The Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi, in December 2011, for approving the budget for the Iraqi government in 2012, which amounted to 117 trillion dinars and a deficit of 14 trillion, and the adoption of the production of 2.0006 million barrels per day and at $ 85 per barrel.
It is noteworthy that House Speaker Osama Najafi, had already called for in (November 28, 2011), the need to expedite the completion of the annual budget for 2012 during a short period, stressing the need not to prejudice the rights of the provinces in pumping money into ventures and investments, as he emphasized the Fund International that works to reduce and minimize the budget in the current budget for Iraq in 2012.
The Iraqi Ministry of Planning announced (22 September 2011), that the financial budget for the year 2012, will be between $ 112 and $ 120 billion, confirming that 35% of which are earmarked for the investment budget, while the budget year 201,181,900,000,000 dollar deficit of $ 13.3 billion.
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