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Tuesday 22 October 2019
Baghdad / Omar Abdul Latif Muhannad Abdul Wahab
The House of Representatives intends to vote on the second package of reforms in its next session, which he prepared in response to the demands of the demonstrators, and this package of reforms targets a large segment of citizens and certificate holders, while a representative source reported that the Council intends to host the entire ministerial cabin to discuss the employment of the unemployed.
Mp Ghaleb Mohamed Ali said to «Morning»: «Parliament is preparing to vote on the second package of reforms prepared by parliament after meeting a delegation of demonstrators», pointing out that "there is still determination by some deputies to hold a session during this week instead of next Saturday, but The quorum stands in the way of holding this meeting."
He added, that the Council has already voted on the first package of reforms, stressing that «the new package targets a large segment of citizens, youth and certificate holders, after the allocation of 28 thousand job degrees in the budget 2020 at the Ministry of Defense» .
The house of representatives voted on the recommendations of the committee formed in the house of representatives to consider the demonstrators as martyrs and compensation for the demonstrators, and to follow up on the investigative measures to determine the circumstances and events that affected the demonstrations.
For his part, mp Qusay al-Resin said: "The government and the House of Representatives are at a crossroads, as the two institutions must be aware of the extent of their responsibility and the challenges facing the country to make decisions that are in the interest of the stability of the country and not to go into the unknown."
"The decisions that should be issued by the two institutions must be of a comprehensive nature, and affect the political future of the country, the most important of which is the amendment of the Iraqi constitution, which has become a public demand rather than a political one, and the dissolution of provincial councils by a bold decision taken by the House of Representatives, the fact that governments The locality has been more than seven years old, and its work has been marred by a lot of failure."
For his part, Mp for the Coalition of Walkers Abbas Aliwi to «Morning»: «The next session will be devoted to addressing and implementing the demands of the demonstrators, especially that the Council supported legitimate demands by supporting the important laws presented by its committees, and follows the implementation of the measures by the government through the committee formed with The Prime Minister's Office to follow up on the implementation of the demands."
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