Deputy State law affirms the inclusion of Peshmerga martyrs Foundation Act

Friday 20 November 2015 17:02

He stressed the State of law Coalition mp Abbas Al-Bayati, Friday, cops martyrs Foundation Act, stating that the dispute revolves around the people who fought with the peshmerga in some provinces.

Al-Bayati said in an interview for alsumaria news, that "differences on the law currently circulating about the martyrs, founder of three articles in the law is article I, IV and vi of the law", adding that "the martyrs of the peshmerga were covered by the law, but disagreement revolves around the assassin with the peshmerga, in Kirkuk, Diyala and other provinces".

Al-Bayati said, "Dawa was more than enthusiastic to join the popular crowd in the martyrs Foundation Act martyrs", pointing out at the same time that "the controversy over the law controlled".

A parliamentary source said Thursday that the Kurdistan Alliance deputies walked out of the House, not to vote on the inclusion of the peshmerga in Foundation law.

On the other hand, Al-Bayati revealed on "hosting Finance Ministers and oil and planning in the House of representatives next Monday to answer reviews House", referring to the "agreement on the doors which will be a redeployment, and that the budget will not return to the Government again".

The House was finished (17 November 2015), the second reading of the budget law for the year 2016, while Parliament Speaker Salim Al-jubouri, Parliament has the eligibility to make transfers in the budget bill for the year 2016, pointing out the adjustments to the budget according to the requirements of the World Bank.