Parliament resumes held its first meeting after the legislative recess in the presence of 254 parliamentarians

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Saturday 23 حزيران 2012 10:32 GMT

House of Representatives

Sumerian News / Baghdad
Resumed the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Saturday, held its first meeting after the legislative recess in the presence of 254 parliamentarians and the presidency of President Osama Najafi, while the source confirmed that the meeting will see the parliamentary vote on the eight draft laws, most notably the Federal Court and the Supreme Judicial Council.

The source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "House of Representatives held at noon today, its first post-recess legislative headed by Osama Najafi and the presence of 254 parliamentarians," noting that "the meeting will vote on the draft law of the Federal Court and the Supreme Judicial Council."

The source, who asked not to be named, "The session will also vote on the appointment of a candidate of the Kurdistan Alliance Kamran Messenger is capable member of the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice instead of Hossam Abdel Latif Jassim Nariman," noting that "the agenda for the meeting includes a vote on a resolution Iraqi asylum seekers forcibly deported from European countries. "

The source added that "Parliament will vote on a bill the Fourth Amendment to the Companies Law No. (22) for the year 1997, and the law of the Ministry of Women and Family Affairs, and the draft law of seeds, seeds, and the stamp duty bill."

It was scheduled to hold the House of Representatives convened on Thursday, a brief summary (June 21, 2012), but the presidency of the Council decided to postpone to the day Saturday (June 23, 2012) until the return of all the concrete barriers that were removed from the surrounding premises, having confirmed the decision the House of Representatives Muhammad Al-Khalidi, the Office of the Commander in Chief of the armed forces responded to the request of the Presidency to return those barriers.

The Presidency of the Council of Representatives rose, on the seventh of May 2012, its fortieth to the fourteenth of June,, meanwhile, announced the decision of the Iraqi Parliament, in (June 7 now), the extension of recess legislature until the 21 of June current, attributing the cause to visit the death of Imam Musa al-Kazim, which was scheduled on 16 January.

The session witnessed forty-majority voting to form a Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice are both Bakhtiar Omar Mohiuddin, Salah Muzahim Darwish, Faris Abdul Sattar vegetables and Falah Hassan Chanchal and on behalf of Muhammad Yunus and Jabbar Hardan Salman, in addition to discussing the reality of power in Iraq in the presence of the minister, Abdul Karim Aftan.

Council in order to vote on a resolution of the Iraqi asylum seekers were forcibly deported from European countries and the dismissal of the Mayor of Baghdad Sabir al-Issawi.

The President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi, in the 21 June 2012, that the Council has 121 legally ready for a vote and the second reading in the next phase, indicating that the laws regarding the services, the economy, including those related parties.

The Iraqi constitution mandates that the Council of Representatives has two legislative seasons, running for eight months, sets out the rules of procedure how they shall be held, and are extending the legislative term for the Council of Representatives shall not exceed thirty days, to accomplish the tasks that require that, upon the request of the President of the Republic, or the Prime Minister or the President of the House of Representatives, or fifty members of the Council.