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    Parliament will vote on tomorrow, five laws, including freedom of expression and provincial election

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    Parliament will vote on tomorrow, five laws, including freedom of expression and provincial election Empty Parliament will vote on tomorrow, five laws, including freedom of expression and provincial election

    Post by Rocky Thu 20 Jul 2017, 2:58 am


    Parliament will vote on tomorrow, five laws, including freedom of expression and provincial elections


    History of edits:: 2017/7/19

    {Baghdad: Euphrates News} resumes the House of Representatives, on Thursday, its usual to vote on a number of draft laws and other reading.
    According to a statement to inform the Parliament, the agency {Euphrates News}, a copy of it, that received the agenda tomorrow 's meeting business includes, " the vote on the candidates of the Board of Commissioners of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the vote on the draft of the State Council Law, as well as a vote on the draft freedom of expression law The meeting and peaceful demonstration. "
    He added, also includes the agenda, "vote on the recommendations regarding the fulfillment of the martyrs and the wounded session, and vote on the wording of the resolution submitted by the MP {} Niazi architecture Ihsanoglu about the crimes of genocide areas of Tal Afar and Tuz and Taza Khurmatu."
    Parliament will also be, according to the agenda, "discuss the issue of the candidates of the Federal Public Service Council, and the vote on the draft provincial council elections and district law, and complete the vote on the draft reform of the law of inmates and depositors."
    He continued, as will "vote on the draft law regulating commercial agency, the first reading of the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Minameta Convention on Mercury, the first reading of the draft election of the House bill, and a report and discussion of the draft law of irrigation."
    The House of Representatives, lifted last Tuesday, to its regular on Thursday after the end of a report and discussion of the draft revised federal budget for the fiscal year 2017.anthy Law

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