Urgent parliament holds its reading project five years for employees leave law
[Oan- Baghdad]
Council of Representatives resumed Tuesday its regular voice discusses where a number of draft laws.
A reporter for the agency all of Iraq [where], said : " The meeting was held under the chairmanship of Salim al - Jubouri , head of the parliament and in the presence of 172 deputies."
He pointed out that " the meeting was held in the Great Hall of the Parliament to the presence of maintenance in the plenary hall."
And includes the agenda of the meeting "and *vote on the draft import law municipalities, and voting on the draft exemption of foreign companies and contractors Act Althanonyen foreign contractors in licensing rounds decades of fees. " It
also includes" a question verbally to the director of Midland oil company of MP [Hanan al], and the first reading of a bill to grant the employee a long unusual vacation and treat contractors the conditions of the law and the first reading of the proposal to protect the diversity and prevent discrimination and report and discuss the government banking Law Act and the report and discuss the draft of the Iraqi national Paralympic Committee. "
It includes the agenda as well , " a report and discussion of the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Protocol II of the Hague Convention for the private 1954 Protection of cultural property Law in the event of conflict armed, and report to discuss the first draft amendment to the law take care of minors No. 78 Act of 1980, and a report and discussion of the proposed Act to amend the companies Act No. 21 of 1997 as amended. "
It would" report and discuss the proposed law to the board of media and communications, and a general topic for discussion regarding the follow - up to water and electricity file, and the formation of a joint committee on the subject of media reports accusing some senior oil Ministry officials of corruption, and the formation of a permanent committee to follow up the nationalities "on the agenda Affairs. http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=49703