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    Parliament passed a law 23 and completed reading 61 during the legislative term

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    Parliament passed a law 23 and completed reading 61 during the legislative term Empty Parliament passed a law 23 and completed reading 61 during the legislative term

    Post by Rocky Thu Jun 08, 2017 3:26 am


    Parliament passed a law 23 and completed reading 61 during the legislative term


     Baghdad / Mohammad Sabah

    It failed the House of Representatives, over the past five months, to pass the most controversial laws stalled since the previous parliamentary sessions. He pointed out that the statistics are supported legislative term to ensure the adoption of 23 law, and the completion of the first reading of 34 law, compared to 27 legally completed its second reading.
    Some attribute the inaction of parliament in the completion of important laws to disagreements blocs that failed to reach acceptable formulas, which reflected negatively on the legislative functions. And contributed to the repeated absences of the members of the House of Representatives humbly performance, after scoring the absence of 100 members in each session.

    The Presidency of the Council found itself the House of Representatives have to re - examine the functioning of parliamentary sessions monitoring mechanisms. Parliament sessions and recorded the highest quorum in the presence of 288 deputies out of 328 deputies. In the meantime kept more than 70 deputies for their attendance without absence.
    According to a quarterly statistical observatory being developed by Parliament on the performance of the House of Representatives that the second legislative term of the third year saw the approval of 23 law, and the completion of the second reading of 27 law, as well as the completion of the first reading of a law for 34. Legislative term also saw the last three interviews, eight questions addressed to a number of ministers and heads of independent bodies.
    The Observatory of Representatives, one of the civil society organizations to monitor the performance of the legislative institution and documenting the performance of individual committees in terms of law proposals, legislation and laws, and interrogations, and the presence and absence of deputies from sessions.
    Says Mazhar al - Saadi, head of the observatory in a statement (term), " The most important laws that began during the legislative chapter II, the Supreme Judicial Council Act, the Ministry of Electricity, and the law of arms, and operation of higher education, and Basra economic capital, and the law of operation of graduates" . He said al - Saadi said , " the most prominent laws that completed the second reading, the draft provincial elections law, the first amendment to the law of the amnesty, the third amendment to the Law of the Electoral Commission, and the proposed third amendment to the provincial law is regularly in the territory." The House of Representatives inaugurated the second legislative term, the third legislature enacted in January. The parliament ended the second legislative term on 25 May, after he was scheduled to last April. The House of Representatives decided to extend the legislative term for a period of one month.
    He continues , the parliamentary head of the observatory that " the number of interrogations that took place in this chapter were three interviews, the first was in absentia for the Head of Media and Communications Authority Safa al- Din spring and was sacked, and the second to the Minister of Health Adila Hammoud, and the third to the Electoral Commission."
    Saadi noted that "Parliament drew eight oral questions, the first to Ali Mohsen Ismail , the Governor of the Central Bank, and the second to Oil Minister Jabbar Allaibi, and the third to Water Resources Minister Hassan al - Janabi, and the fourth to the Minister of Electricity and fifth of the Minister of Construction and Housing, and the sixth to the Minister of Planning and Trade Agency Salman Jumaili, the seventh question to the Chairman of the integrity Commission Hassan al - Yassiri, as was the question of the share of the eighth President of the Office of financial supervision Salah Nuri. "
    According to Article (22 / I) of the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives that "the House of Representatives session of the annual two legislative running for eight months starts first on March 1 and ends on June 30 of each year, and starts the second on September 1 and ends on 31 December.
    It shows the head of the Observatory Parliamentary that " the number of the Council of Representatives, held in this chapter, the 37 hearing."
    commented MP Zaher al - Abadi on his House of Representatives throughout the legislative term of the past by saying, " the absences have had a negative role in passing the most important laws that need some of them to a two - thirds quorum, "but he also said , " but despite the difficulties we were able to hold sessions Ot Reer some laws that are in the interest of the citizen. "
    He added Abadi, in an interview with (range) yesterday, that of the other problems that hindered the passing of laws is the approach of the election date , which was born competitive electoral strong between the blocs, and reflected negatively on the legislation of laws."
    He said the National Alliance MP that " the current parliamentary session , much better than the previous parliamentary sessions , which saw the intersections of deep disagreements." Abadi shows that " the current parliamentary session saw the sessions and pass laws disabled and many interviews and direct oral questions to a number of officials in the executive branch."
    He pointed out MP from Basra that "differences hampered the adoption of many of the laws, especially the oil and gas law , " expected deportation to the next parliamentary session "for the lack of suitable in parliament to pass the floor."
    In turn , MP Hassan Turan confirms that "differences have contributed to delays in many of the important laws that stand in the forefront of the provincial elections law, which has been disabled because of objections and disagreements."
    Tauran said in an interview with the (range), "This parliamentary session passed a difficult situation of , including the economic situation and control organizations Daesh many of the Iraqi ground , " adding that "all of these conditions have affected the performance of the work of the three authorities."



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