MP from the bloc citizen Hassoun Fatlawi
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Tomorrow Press / BAGHDAD: member of the parliamentary legal committee Hassoun Fatlawi, Wednesday, sending the Committee of Five proposed general amnesty bill after discussion to the Council of Ministers, while pointing out that if the government did not send the law to the House of Representatives, it would leave to the next session.
Fatlawi told "tomorrow Press", "The Committee of Five pop from the National أكلمت Forum discussion of the proposed general amnesty law and sent it to the Council of Ministers," noting that "the government upon completion of the proposal and turn it into a bill after a vote within the Council of Ministers."
He added that "the point of contention only to this law is the insistence of some blocks to add a paragraph perpetrators of crimes of terrorism in the law," pointing out that "the Council of Ministers in the absence of sending the bill during the first legislative term of the final year of age parliament it will leave to the next session of the House of Representatives. "
The general amnesty law is from one of the laws demanded by the protestors in the streets of sit-ins in Mosul, Anbar and Salah al-Din, as well as claims by law criminalizing some of the National Alliance of Egypt passed, while and find the law of demarcation proposed by the President of the Republic intercept most of the political blocs.
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