Parliament votes to ratify the Law of the Federation Council to be more like the Senate
Ali Aldhargam - 10/09/2012 - 1:45 pm |



House of Representatives voted to ratify in principle on the text of a resolution to enact the proposed law on the Federation Council, and which provides for the selection of four members from each province, and distributes law of powers between the House of Representatives and the Federation Council, which like the Senate.
The MP said the Kurdistan Alliance supporter Tayeb told all of Iraq [where] today, "The Parliament voted in principle to the Law Council of the Union, and will be a choice of four members from each province, including the provinces of the region, the fact that the Federal Court committed the House of Representatives processing and legislation This law during the current parliamentary session, and that work is done in the next parliamentary session. "
He added that "this law is enshrined in the Constitution is intended by the parliamentary legal committee, also said the Federal Court committed the current parliamentary session to the need for legislation law, and to be ready to work in the next parliamentary session."
Tayeb said that "this law is important because it distributes powers between Parliament and the Federal Council on the legislation and amending laws," noting that the Federation Council would like the Senate, and be the higher authority of the parliamentary authority. "
The agenda of the session of the House of Representatives for today included voting on the text of a resolution to enact the proposed law on the Federation Council prepared the parliamentary legal committee

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