Parliament questioned the Minister of Defense and vote on a draft law today

Author: AR
Editor: AR
08/01/2016 09:05
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Long-Presse / Baghdad

Hold the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Monday, its eighth of the first legislative term of the third legislative year, while the meeting will interrogate Defence Minister Khaled al-Obeidi and vote on the bill.

She said the information department of the parliament in a statement received, (long-Presse), a copy of which, "The House of Representatives will be held, in the 11th hour of the morning, its eighth of the legislative term of the first third legislative year," indicating that "the agenda of the meeting includes the questioning of the Minister of Defense Khaled al-Obeidi, and the host committee in charge of the inclusion of marsh within the World Heritage list. "

She said the information department, that "the meeting will also vote on candidates for the federal Public Service Board, and voting in principle to the project challenged the interests of the law, the verdicts and decisions of the Real Property Law," pointing out that "the meeting will see year-old topic of discussion (to compensate those affected by the recent events in Tuz spend). "

The information department and added that "the meeting will include the first reading of the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the preservation of migratory waterfowl African Eurasian, and the law of compensation for victims of justice agreement," pointing out that "the agenda includes a report and discussion of the proposed cancellation of the Revolutionary Command Council Resolution Act (dissolved) No. (481) for the year 1989, and the report and discuss the first draft amendment to the law take care of minors Law No. (78) for the year 1980, and the first draft amendment to the Law of Antiquities and Heritage Law No. (55) of the year 2002 ".

The presidency of the Iraqi parliament lifted Saturday (30 July 2016), the seventh session of the legislative term of the first third legislative year to Monday, while the meeting witnessed the vote on the ban on Baath Party Law, responded Act of Parliament and the direct writing of a new law does not include privileges for MPs.