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The House of Representatives raises its meeting to next Thursday

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The House of Representatives raises its meeting to next Thursday

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 6:19 am


The House of Representatives raises its meeting to next Thursday

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Information / Baghdad ...
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives decided on Tuesday to adjourn the Council session until next Thursday.
A parliamentary source told the agency / information / "The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Hammoud Hamoudi, decided to lift the meeting of the Council until next Thursday."
The source added that "the session witnessed the vote on the law to promote and protect investments with Iran, as well as the vote on the draft law of the second amendment to the law of the Central Bank of Iraq issued Order No. (56) for 2004."
He explained that "during the meeting was the first reading of the proposed law of the National Authority to protect peaceful coexistence."
On Tuesday, the House of Representatives held its 30th session of the last legislative term under the chairmanship of the First Deputy Speaker Hammam Hamoudi and the presence of 171 deputies. Ending / 25

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