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Parliamentary law: Parliament has not yet received the Infrastructure Law

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Post by rocky on Wed 23 Oct 2019, 6:16 am


Parliamentary law: Parliament has not yet received the Infrastructure Law

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Al-Maaloumeh / Baghdad ..
denied the parliamentary legal committee, on Wednesday, the arrival of any draft law on infrastructure to parliament despite its approval in the Council of Ministers two months ago, noting that the reconstruction and distribution of plots of land need executive measures, not legislative.
"The draft infrastructure law, which the government announced to send to parliament two months ago, has not yet arrived," committee member Hussein al-Oqabi said in a statement.
He added that "the delay in sending service laws by the government and the conflict between the political blocs within the parliament contributes to increasing popular tension for the lack of any real service to the citizen."
Al-Oqabi explained that "the implementation of projects and the distribution of plots and investment projects for the housing of citizens does not need legislation as claimed by the government, but needs to implement by them because of the existence of laws in force for the distribution of residential land since the middle of the last century."


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