Parliament will resume its next Tuesday and 30 laws on the agenda
Information / Baghdad .. The House of Representatives intends on Tuesday to resume its meetings after the end of the holiday of Eid al-Fitr, while preparing to vote on 30 draft law sent by the federal government so far.
“The parliament will resume its meetings starting next Tuesday after the end of the Eid al-Fitr holiday,” MP Hussein al-Aqabi said. “The agenda will be full of important laws, but it has not yet been formally announced.”
He added that “the government sent more than 30 law proposals, some of which read a first reading and some of them a second reading, some of which need discussions and deliberations between the parliamentary committees,” noting that “the initial approval of projects will be service laws that concern the Iraqi citizen.”
On 23 May, the House of Representatives lifted its meeting to another notice after it voted to allow the representation of Christians, Isidis, Sabians and Kurds in the Martyrs’ Committee. It ended the first reading of the proposed amendment to the provincial elections law.Finished 25 s