Parliament will vote tomorrow on the candidates, members of the Court of Cassation and extend the work of the Electoral Commission


04.16.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
Sumerian News / Baghdad parliamentary source, Monday, the House of Representatives will vote during its 35 th which will be held on Tuesday the candidates members of the Federal Court of Cassation and extend the work of the Electoral Commission, as pointed out that the Council will discuss independent bodies, explained that the meeting tomorrow, will include the first reading and the second of two bills. source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The agenda of the parliamentary session of the 35 which will be held on Tuesday April 17 this includes a vote on the candidates, members of the Federal Court of Cassation, and vote to extend the work of the Electoral Commission, and discuss the subject of independent bodies and private Independent Electoral Commission. " The source, who asked not to be named "The agenda for the meeting also includes the first reading of the bill the second amendment to the Law of Governorates not organized into a Region No. 21 of 2008, and the second reading of the bill the second amendment to the law of the provincial elections and districts and areas No. 36 for the year 2008 average. " The source explained that "the meeting will also include, according to the agenda to read the report of the Committee on Women, Family and Children's visit internal departments and prison Tasfirat in the province of Karbala." The Presidency of the Council of Representatives filed in, April 9 the current session of the Council of 34 of the legislative year the second to the day tomorrow, Tuesday 17 this April, with parliamentary source that the meeting saw the vote on the members of the Board of Commissioners of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and read the three projects. and The Council of Representatives, on the ninth of April current, its the 34, headed by Speaker Osama Najafi and the presence of 200 deputies , with a parliamentary source said that the meeting will vote on the selection of members of the Board of Commissioners of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, and vote to approve the allocation of pensions and postpone the second reading of the four bills.





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