50 ready-to-vote law
06/23/2012 0:00

BAGHDAD - Al Sabah
initiate the House of Representatives today held its first session of the third legislative term, while waiting for dozens of important laws for approval. The President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi that the parliament has 121 legally ready for a vote and the second reading stage the next. Najafi said that the laws regarding the services, the economy, including those related parties, as he emphasized that the first session of Parliament will be held today. He said at a press conference at Parliament House yesterday: "The functions of the House of Representatives vote on 50 legally ready to vote, and 71 legally ready for second reading in the next phase," pointing to it as "economic laws and public services, including those related parties. " A source has told a parliamentary early "morning" the end of last week, said the chairman of the parliament in front of more than 50 ready-to-vote law during the next legislative term. The source said that "the most prominent of these laws are: a general amnesty, the court Federal oil and gas law, inspectors general, parties, Judicial Council, in addition to the laws of several ministries. "
For his part, confirmed the decision of the House of Representatives Muhammad Al-Khalidi, "The Parliament will vote in its first session on the seven projects laws.
Khalidi said "morning": that "the House of Representatives held its meeting on Saturday," he said, adding that the deputies "will vote on a candidate of the Kurdistan Alliance in the accountability and justice, and the law of the Supreme Judicial Council, the Law Court Federal Act, the Ministry of Women. "
and noted that "the presidency of the parliament will hold a meeting before the meeting with the heads of committees and blocs to discuss the work of the Committee in charge of the election of members of the Electoral Commission and to discuss the law of the Federal Court and the law of the Supreme Judicial Council and the mechanism questioning of ministers who did not carry out 50 percent of their budget, as well as the work of the Standing Committees. "