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    Parliament extends its legislative term by 30 days

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    Parliament extends its legislative term by 30 days Empty Parliament extends its legislative term by 30 days

    Post by Rocky Wed 01 Nov 2017, 2:40 am

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     Baghdad / Range 

    The House of Representatives on Tuesday extended its legislative term for a full month and also voted to ban the spread of armed manifestations or open political offices in disputed areas. He also voted on a decision to activate legislation to criminalize raising the flag of Israel in public gatherings.
    This came during the meeting held under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri and attended by 170 deputies. 
    The agenda of the session included the vote on the draft amendment of the Third Law of Governorates not organized in the territory of No. 21 of 2008, and that the voting will be completed at a later meeting.
    The Parliament voted not to approve the continuation of the discussion on the proposed amendment of the law of elections of the House of Representatives, submitted by MP Adnan al-Janabi and a number of deputies. The Council agreed in principle to proceed with the amendment of the law in force for the elections of the Council of Representatives No. 45 of 2013, through the second reading and the abolition of draft laws submitted in this regard. The Committee of Expatriates, Displaced Persons and Expatriates reported on the return of displaced persons to their areas, in which more than 4 million displaced persons reported the loss of basic services to the scarcity of financial resources. The report presented a number of paragraphs relating to the delayed reconstruction of the destroyed areas, pointing out that "no return of any displaced to the area of ​​cliff Sakhr." In its report, the committee recommended that the ministries be alerted to oversee the return of the displaced and hold a central conference to find out why the displaced did not return to some of their areas and set up a committee to follow up the money disbursed for the reconstruction of the liberated governorates and follow-up the kidnappers in the areas of Razaza, Saqlawiya, The Council completed the vote in principle on the proposed amendment of the Personal Status Law No. 188 of 1959, and ended the first reading of the proposed law of Samarra, the capital of Islamic culture. In a statement on the water crisis in the province of Muthanna, he was followed by MP Adnan al-Asadi, in which he pointed to "the severe suffering of the province of the water crisis and some of the provinces exceeded their water quota."



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