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    Parliament recognizes the legal service and military retirement and those with special needs

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    Parliament recognizes the legal service and military retirement and those with special needs Empty Parliament recognizes the legal service and military retirement and those with special needs

    Post by chouchou Sat 07 Sep 2013, 3:35 am

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    Passed the House of Representatives, during its regular, which was held yesterday under the chairmanship of Osama Najafi, the draft law of the First Amendment "to the law of service and military retirement", which was submitted to the Presidency of the Council by the committees of defense and security, legal, financial, and the law of care for people with disabilities and special needs.

    A statement of the Department of the media in the two chambers of parliament discussed the presence of 222 deputies extensively law of service and military retirement (No. 3) for the year 2010, which was voted in first reading, pointing out that the law was submitted to the Presidency of the parliament by committees, defense and security, legal, and finance.



    The statement noted that the main purpose of voting on the law comes in order to give the opportunity to covered Bammer Coalition Provisional Authority (dissolved) No. 91 of 2004 (the organization of the armed forces and militias in Iraq) to continue military service by adding a 5-year legal age for the rank held by or Tejeaarham assignment was to retire, as well as equality of military retired before the entry into force of the Law of the service the military for those who were referred or referred to retire after the enforcement of the law with the military, retired in accordance with the provisions of the law of service and military retirement present.



    According to the statement, the new law will allow, the inclusion of the current military salary of the higher level and reward the end of the service and the inclusion of those injured in the service, and with total disability and partial and retiring as it Legislative No. 30 for the year 2005 issued by the Council of Ministers on 24.09.2005 and with the deceased whom the provisions of this law. and met with the voting process of the law, according to the "statement", praise House Speaker Osama Najafi, who praised the efforts of the security and defense committee in contributing to enactment of a law he "serves the sons of the armed forces."



    Moreover, the Board approved a bill care for people with disabilities and special needs and submitted by the committees of Labour and Social Affairs, Women and Family and child health, the environment and human rights , which aims to care for people with disabilities and special needs and prepare them for reintegration into society and to spread awareness of disability and prevention and to contribute to the provision of the reasons for a decent life for covered by the provisions of this law for the purpose of coordinating the work and tasks between the relevant ministries in order to achieve it.



    The council will hold another session on Saturday, scheduled to discuss a number of important laws.


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