A parliamentary decision prohibiting the withdrawal of signatures of interrogations
Baghdad / Range
The House of Representatives, yesterday, the reading of three laws, and directly vote on the amendment (the law of provinces not organized in a province). Parliament postponed the completion of voting on the law of provincial and district elections to Monday.
The House of Representatives commissioned the Integrity and Legal Commissions to investigate the corruption of the procedures of questioning executives, the withdrawal of some of the deputies signatures for financial bribes.
This came during the regular session of the 15 House of Representatives, on Saturday, headed by Salim Jubouri and the presence of 180 deputies, according to a statement received (range).
The session included voting on a parliamentary decision that requires the Ministry of Electricity to provide Basra governorate with the largest number of hours of processing, as well as vote on a decision that allows the sixth grade students to give them an opportunity to improve the rate and take into account the examination schedule.
At the outset of the session, the Speaker of the House of Representatives commissioned commissions of integrity and legal to investigate the allegations made by MP Hoda Sajjad on the payment of some of the deputies to withdraw their signatures from the requests for questioning.
Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri confirmed that he would announce within two days the results of the investigation, if proven, and vice versa, will take action against MP Hoda Sajjad. The House voted on a proposal by the Presidency of the House of Representatives stating that "the deputy who signs the request for questioning is not allowed to withdraw his signature."
The Presidency postponed the completion of the vote on the draft law on provincial and provincial elections until the deputies of the province of Kirkuk reached an agreement and a formula acceptable to it, provided that the meeting next Monday a deadline for the presentation of the bill and vote on it.
On Saturday, the vote on the draft law (the third amendment to the Law of Governorates not organized in the territory) No. (21) for 2008, to be completed vote on the law after a joint session of the committees specialized under the auspices of the Presidency to reach a final version.
The Council completed the first reading of the proposed amendment of the National Card Law No. (3) for the year 2016 submitted by the Legal Committee in order to facilitate the procedures used to change the names and make it subject to the judiciary.
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