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    Parliament votes on freedom of expression and peaceful demonstration law Thursday

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    Parliament votes on freedom of expression and peaceful demonstration law Thursday Empty Parliament votes on freedom of expression and peaceful demonstration law Thursday

    Post by Rocky Thu 20 Jul 2017, 2:09 am

    Parliament votes on freedom of expression and peaceful demonstration law Thursday

    Political From 2017-07-20 at 00:07 (Baghdad time)

    Baghdad Mawazine News
    The House of Representatives on Thursday votes on the candidates of the Commission on Human Rights, the Freedom of Expression Act and peaceful demonstration, according to the agenda of Thursday's session.
    The Presidency of the Council stated on July 19, 2017 that "the agenda also includes a vote on the Law of the Council of State and recommendations regarding the meeting of the fulfillment of the martyrs and the wounded and vote on the wording of the decision by MP Niazi Maamar Oglu on genocide crimes of the areas of Tal Afar, Tuzhurmato and Taza Khormatu."
    According to the agenda also will witness the vote on the draft law of the provincial council, districts and districts and complete the vote on the draft law of inmates and depositors and the bill of the Agency and other commercial bills.
    The House of Representatives held on Tuesday, chaired by Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 213 deputies, and included the agenda of the meeting vote on a number of laws, including the vote to refuse to take Huda Abdul Malik Abdul Ghafoor al-Ani for the post of Chairman of the Federal Service Council.
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