BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi Parliament's session, that was postponed for a short while on Saturday due to non-completion of its majority, is scheduled to discuss 20 draft-laws including the State's Federal Budget and the Federation's Council, a Parliament statement received by Aswat al-Iraq news agency reported.

"The Parliament's session shall also discuss the draft-law for Iraq's Federal General Budget for the year 2012, along with the ratification of the draft-law for the Agreement of Economic, Trade and Technical Cooperation between Iraq and the the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland," the statement stressed.

It pointed out that the session includes the first reading for the law on adjustment of the smuggled property, No.
18 of 2008 and the first reading of the draft-l;aw for the adjustment of the Law for the the Ministry of Labor & Social Affairs and the first reading for the adjustment of the Law on Penalties No.
111 of 1969,, along with several other draft-laws.

It was announced earlier today that the Parliament session for Saturday would be postponed due to non-completion of its majority.