Parliament votes tomorrow on the amnesty law and a number of other laws
Ali Aldhargam - 10/08/2012 - 11:40 AM |



Hold the House of Representatives on Tuesday its regular voting and reading a number of draft laws, the most important of the general amnesty law, which has become a matter of controversy between the political blocs, one big controversial laws.
A statement from the Department of Media House that "the agenda of the session of parliament on Tuesday includes voting on the amnesty law, and vote on a number of laws and draft laws, including the vote on the text of a resolution to enact the proposed law the Federation Council, and vote on the proposed law the First Amendment to the Law UNHCR Independent human rights. "
He added that "the agenda of the meeting also included a vote on the draft law on ratification of the Arab Convention for the fight against organized crime across national borders, and the vote on the draft law on ratification of the TIR Convention of people and goods between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan."
The statement said that "among the laws that will be voted on a bill the First Amendment to the Law of the maritime agencies and vote on the draft law on ratification of the Arab Convention for the transfer of guests penal and correctional institutions in the framework of implementation of penal provisions and vote on the proposed law first amendment to the Law Office of Financial Supervision."
He continued, "will be voting on the draft law on ratification of the Republic of Iraq to the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test for the year 1996, will also be voting on the proposed law offices of the judicial investigation and judicial investigators."
The statement noted that "the meeting will be held at ten in the morning."
The House of Representatives raised its regular meeting on Monday October 1 to Yu Tuesday for lack of a quorum.
A parliamentary source said that "the House of Representatives lifted its Tuesday lack of quorum of its members, and not to enter the Kurdistan Alliance and the Congress of the Iraqi List, to demand the inclusion of their observations on payment on credit law, proposed in the agenda of the meeting." Ended


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