Halbousi spokesman: Set time limits to legislate six laws supporting the demands of the demonstrators
Spokesman for the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohammed Halbousi, set the time limits for the legislation of six important laws in response to the demands of the demonstrators, stressing the parliament's intention to host Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, and not questioned.
He said, Shakir Hamid,:: The President of the House of Representatives before directing the legislation of the six laws that are (where you this, the Federal Court, investment, health insurance, the law of the Council of Ministers, unified retirement) ordered the competent committees to put ceilings and timelines for approval, because they It has become in direct contact with the demands of the demonstrators, and it moves the political process to a new path commensurate with the demands of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] throughout the country.
He added that the days before the Independent High Electoral Commission law was referred to the Legal Committee, which is one of the most important laws that the demonstrators demand to legislate, and that the Commission is honest, independent and efficient, and away from party affiliations and quotas, and be fully independent of all its members and members, and even these The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) may have withdrawn this even at the level of its staff, because staff members were also previously part of the quotas of political parties.
He explained: that the adoption of these laws combined in accordance with timelines will facilitate the transition of the political process to a better performance. He pointed out that the competent committees will be able to complete the laws during this period, although some may take time but not long, because the need now is required to pass these laws.
He continued: Among these laws, which will be approved by the House of Representatives, the election law, which may be agreed upon thorny, but as a result must be amended this law and passed in a way that ensures full benefits for all small parties, and abolish quotas, and at the same time enable young people to take their opportunity in decision-making ..
and on the news questioning the prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, in the House of Representatives, said Hamid: it is not questioning the prime minister, but is a session to host him, to clarify what happened, listening to his point of view, this is a legal right for all parliamentarians in the House of Representatives according to the system Procedure.
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