[Extended] Monday, 09 September / September 2013 17:31
A statement from the Department of Media Council has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it on Monday, "The House of Representatives voted at its ninth session, held under the chairmanship of Osama Najafi, head of the House of Representatives and in the presence of 219 deputies today on the Code of Conduct of Deputies with finished second reading of the draft law on First Amendment of the Law protection of Iraqi products. "
At the beginning of the meeting initiated by any of the above-Hakim said Najafi received requests for a number of deputies on the position of the statements MP Ahmed al-Alwani confirming the formation of a parliamentary committee to investigate what was stated from the statements attributed to the deputy Ahmed al-Alwani and submit a report to the House of Representatives calling for maintaining the national rapprochement winning and reject any abuse the right any component of Iraqis.
And the Presidency decided to postpone the vote on the proposed law to amend the House of Representatives election law  for the year 2005 and the report of the Legal Committee at the request of the committee concerned.
Najafi called to speed up the vote on the election law because of its importance not to delay the parliamentary elections being deserving of democratically important.
In the interventions of Representatives on the law MP Haidar al-Mulla said the Iraqi List, presented its vision of the electoral law in order not to delay the parliamentary elections.
He said MP Khalid al-Attiyah to the existence of a consensus in the National Alliance on some of the core issues, including the adoption of the open list and multiple departments, while some remained small details are currently under study in order to reach an agreement.
MP Fuad Masum, the Kurdistan Alliance, presented his vision to the Legal Committee on the law, stressing the importance of the availability of space for the exchange of views between the parliamentary blocs, especially as the law of great interest.
For his part, MP Bahaa al-Araji, a proposal in the name of the Liberal bloc in order to determine the date for submission of law to the vote and the granting of options to some controversial material.
The MP said Baqir al-Zubaidi citizen bloc stressed the need to speed up and suggested holding a meeting of the heads of the blocks with the Presidency to settle the matter
And MP Mustafa nice on the importance of expediting the vote on the law and addressing points of contention through the agreement of the leaders of the blocks.
He MP Ammar Tohme that give a specific timeframe of the Legal Committee will provide an opportunity to reach a solution to the contentious issues.
Turn MP said Najib Abdullah said Islamic Union made his remarks to the Legal Committee demanding to hold a hearing on the Presidency with the heads of blocs to resolve the issue.
He called Iyad al-Samarrai of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to the initiative to hold a small meeting of the leaders of the blocks to resolve the dispute over the bill.
MP Khaled Huani, the chairman of the Legal Committee has announced the Commission's willingness to discuss the law and not subjected to any political speculations, stressing impartiality of the Commission's work.
In turn, announced Najafi identify 17 next September as the date for the meeting of the Presidium of the House of Representatives with the heads and representatives of the leaders of parliamentary blocs to resolve the dispute over the election law, referring to determine the day 19 date for the submission of law to a vote in the House hearing where they will be providing the law to a vote in the event of an agreement or not.
Then the Council voted on the draft rules of conduct of Deputies.
On the other hand finished the second reading of the draft law on the First Amendment to the Law on the Protection of Iraqi products No. 11 for the year 2010 submitted by the committees of economy, investment and legal.
In the interventions of Representatives MP Haidar al-Mulla said the law is one of the important laws to reform the economic reality of Iraq, noting that the development of industry in Iraq is linked to its protection through the granting of the relevant minister powers to support different kinds of industries.
He said Bahaa al-Araji to the need to harmonize the law with other laws, including customs and tax alluding to the importance of giving an advantage to the owners of industrial projects for specific areas.
He MP Hamid Buffy the law of the requirements of Iraq's accession to the WTO and its entry in the global market, demanding the distribution of powers within the terms of reference of law.
The names of MP Moussawi showed lack of agreement with the Minister grants the competent authority in the law to give unions advocate a role in monitoring the implementation of the law and not be manipulated products.
MP Abdul Hussein al-Yasiri that the law is one of the important economic laws being treated industry situation in Iraq, pointing to the importance of the involvement of civil society organizations in determining the quality of goods and work on the implementation of the Convention concerning the agricultural and industrial sectors.
For its part, suggested Rep. high Nassif implementation of field trips to the relevant ministries to pursue non-harmful practices and the involvement of the Inspector General in the investigation.
He urged MP Talal Zobaie on the need to contribute to achieving a balance in the law society on the one hand and maintaining industry and agriculture on the other.
The MP said Baqir al-Zubaidi that most of what is stated in the law about flooding the market of agricultural and industrial products possible have been avoided through the activation of the customs tariff law.
And MP Walid al-Hilli that such laws are very important to promote national production in various fields with the need to be applied away from corruption through the development of certain controls.
The MP stressed light Bijari the importance of addressing the negatives in the industrial reality and give the private sector a role in the development of Iraqi industry.
The Rat MP Najiba Najib said the what is stated in the law held the protection of Iraqi production, especially as the market depends on the free market system appeal to the Commission to take measures to ensure that in the interest of Iraqi production.
In turn, pointed purity of net debt and the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs that the law will contribute to Iraq's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and its involvement in the free market, stressing the importance of not hinder the development of the economic realities and the need to protect the local product to be able to compete in the global market.
In its response to the interventions confirmed Committee taking into consideration the observations and ideas of Representatives in order to address the risks facing the Iraqi products, consumer protection and health.
And followed the investigative parliamentary committee in the attack on the Karbala Sports Club coach late Mohammed Abbas, a report which indicated to having to listen to eyewitness accounts from various quarters pointing to the involvement of members of the SWAT forces one incident, according to his confession.
The Committee recommended that lowered the maximum penalties for the perpetrators to be an example to others in respect of the law as well as the need to set one of the sons of the deceased or his wife at the Iraqi Embassy in the Netherlands or any other department of the fact that the family of the late Mohammed Abbas staying there as well as providing financial assistance occasion of the House of Representatives to the family of the martyr and approached the concerned authorities to take the necessary for granted martyr status and privileges, as well as Overture and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to name the stadium Karbala Shaheed Mohamed Abbas and the establishment of a monument at the scene.
In the interventions of Representatives on the report stressed deputy Riad strange that the Committee did not recommend not to assign forces to participate in the protection of Swat popular events being specially trained.
He MP Hassoun Fatlawi to the Committee's report was brief and did not visit with the right profile.
MP Mahmoud Hassan on the importance of the assignment perpetrator to justice to take its role in punishing those involved away from any direction.
The MP explained Abdul Tahir greens to the provinces experiencing a problem in coordination between the forces of the Interior Ministry calling for the security and defense committee to follow up the work of the security services and debugged.
The between Xuan MP Mohamed Taha SWAT forces have great powers and has no legal cover.
In turn, promised purity of net debt and the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs that the perpetrators will receive their reward just before the Iraqi courts.
In response to the interventions stressed First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Qusay al-Suhail on the need for follow-up Committee for the conduct of the trial and to provide a detailed report to the Council on this matter. Ended.
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