Parliament resumes its amendment read Parties Law
Baghdad / term
The House of Representatives resumed legislative term, on Tuesday, discussing the first amendment to the law on political parties, and a number of draft laws.
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives has ended, on 25 May, a chapter legislative and raised sessions to yesterday.
The House of Representatives ended the first reading of the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the International Road Transport Agreement of 1975 and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and Services and Construction Law, has also completed the first reading of the draft law amending the law amending the fines contained in the Penal Law No. 111 of 1969 amended and other laws No. (6) for the year 2008 submitted by the legal Committee. Parliament completed the first reading of the draft of the First Amendment to the Law presses Civil Law No. (5) for the year 1999 submitted by the committees of culture, media, security and defense, and completed the first reading of the draft ratification by mutual encouragement and protection of investments agreement between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Islamic Republic of Iran law. And postponed the parliament speaker Salim al - performing (Furat Muhsin al - Shara) was sworn substitute for MP (Mohammed al - Tai) to next Thursday because of an appeal submitted before the court. A statement by the Media Department of the Council of Representatives, seen by (term), "The House of Representatives ended the first discussion of the proposed amendment to the Law of Political Parties Law No. (36) for the year 2015 submitted by the legal committees and civil society institutions." Media department gave no further details about the new amendment.
The session witnessed the interventions of a number of members of the House of Representatives, as high Nassif to the MP called for " a comprehensive review of the bill and to reconsider some of its articles to ensure implementation of the law and the development of material pertaining to a review of financial disclosure of the parties." In turn, MP from the Union of Forces Mutashar al - Samarrai called for "amendments to the bill and raise the word (and in his capacity as Chairman of the Party) of the legislation." So showed Christian MP Joseph Salioa objected to the article concerning the need for a member of the political body of a bachelor 's degree.
For its part, the competent Committee confirmed "taking into account the views and proposals of Ladies and Gentlemen of the House of Representatives for the maturation of the law."
In a related context, the Electoral Commission announced, on Tuesday, granted leave to the establishment of the Christian party , the sons of Mesopotamia, calling advanced parties to get the request of incorporation to complete its proceedings.
She Gulshan Kamal Ali, a member of the Board of Commissioners in the Commission, he said that " the Board of Commissioners approved the granting of the license to the party ( the sons of Mesopotamia / component Christian)." She Gulshan Kamal, in a statement seen by (term), that " the said party completed all the procedures and instructions issued by the Commission and the rules of conduct in accordance with the paragraphs of the legislator 's political parties law by the House of Representatives."
She called a member of the Board of Commissioners "all the advanced parties for the purpose of incorporation recorded and cut off the legal period for the purpose of completing the procedures for registration in preparation for granting them licenses of incorporation."
The House of Representatives approved, in late August 2015, the Law on Political Parties unanimously, in a session chaired by Salim al - Jubouri and was attended by 269 deputies. The legislation included 60 articles.
The Electoral Commission began work under the law after it was published in the Official Gazette, where he made political parties intending to participate in the upcoming electoral benefits for the purpose of registration in accordance with the procedures and instructions and rules of conduct issued by the Commission and work is continuing in
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