Ban Ki-moon stands under the dome of the parliament of Iraq on Saturday 3/25
Ban Ki-moon stands under the dome of the parliament of Iraq on Saturday
Political Since 25/03/2016 16:27 pm (Baghdad time)
Baghdad balances News
Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon starts on Saturday, an official visit to Iraq, where it will stop under the dome of the Iraqi parliament accompanied by World Bank President to proclaim the United Nations support for Iraq in its war against al Daash.
He said the House of Representatives in a statement on its agenda amid the day on Saturday, it's a "witness" to host the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, Jim Yong Kim, the president of Islamic Development Bank Ahmed Mohammed Ali. "
It is expected that parking Ban Ki-moon in the parliament of Iraq comes after a meeting with Iraqi officials, led by President of the Republic Fuad Masum and Minister Haider al-Abadi to discuss the efforts of the Iraqi state in the fight against terrorism and the battle being waged against al Daash for the recovery of areas dominated by the terrorist organization , in addition to activating the reform of the political process carried out by the government as well as the military battle.
The House of Representatives decision of Imad Youkhana described the visit of the Secretary General of the United Nations to Iraq, Ban Ki-moon and the head of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde as "a positive message" to support Iraq in all political, economic and security aspects and help them overcome the difficult plight of.
Said Youkhana in a press statement that "the visit of the United Nations representative of Ban Ki-moon and Director of the International Monetary Fund for Iraq Christine Lagarde attending the session the House of Representatives on Saturday came after a large and vigorous efforts by the Iraqi government and the diplomatic corps."
He noted that the Secretary-General of the United Nations will highlight the file to support displaced people and the reconstruction of liberated areas by Daash criminal gangs.
The council said in its statement also that the agenda of the session, will include the "Display deputies names and names reached the last limit is exhausted vacations."
The head of the House of Representatives, Salim al waved an end to the membership of the MP who absences exceeding the limit permitted by law.
The agenda of the Council for Saturday, "the first reading of the draft government Banking Act, the first reading of the bill abolishing the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council Resolution Act also includes (100) for the year 2000," noting that the table will also include the "Report and discussion of the bill abolishing the now defunct Coalition Authority Order No. Act ( 68) for the year 2004 ".
The session will also "discuss the draft report and the Ministry of Interior Act, and the quarterly activity report of the Commission of Awqaf and Religious Affairs as well as the quarterly activity report of the Commission of the martyrs and victims," .anthy