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Presidency of the Parliament of the region: We will develop a constitution for Kurdistan to benefit

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Post by rocky on Mon 11 Nov 2019, 10:35 am


Presidency of the Parliament of the region: We will develop a constitution for Kurdistan to benefit from the laws of Baghdad

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Information / Baghdad…
The President of the Parliament of the Kurdistan region, Ryawaz Fayek, on Monday, that the region wants to develop a constitution of its own using the laws approved by the central government in Baghdad.
The website of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Fayeq said that “the Kurdistan Parliament wants to have its own legislative basis with the benefit of the laws issued in Baghdad, especially laws that do not fall within the powers of the federal government as stated in Article 110 of the Constitution and we are trying at this session The drafting of a constitution for the Kurdistan region with national consensus.
She explained that "the Kurdistan region does not yet have a law for education and the law of health, social and agricultural security and the protection of local products and the law to prohibit oil smuggling and that all these laws are linked to the economy and the lives of citizens are in the agendas of the next work of parliament." Finished 25 h


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