10/28/2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
Baghdad, Alaa al-Tai
after feeling the importance of the law to meet the needs of the country for many of the construction projects and services, which could serve the interests of the citizen, revealed the decision the House of Representatives, Mohammed al-Khalidi, from obtaining consensus among most of the parliamentary blocs on the law passed infrastructure during the session today Monday. agreement comes to pass the law, after the amendments contained some paragraphs, which are called by a number of political blocs in earlier times, and confined to the establishment of a number of projects dealing with sectors of housing, education, roads, and health. said Khalidi, in an interview with "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," that the parliamentary blocs expressed consensus on the law and consensus on the passage of what constitutes the usefulness of the service of reality for the citizens, which will lead to a vote during this session today. In turn, said a member of the Commission services and reconstruction parliamentary Ihsan al-Awadi, during his speech for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network:" The law of the infrastructure is ready to vote after the completion of the final version of him, explaining that the committee agreed to the inclusion of the law to sectors of housing, education, roads, health and other . He Awadi that the amount allocated for the advancement of infrastructure, according to the law, has been reduced to $ 20 billion instead of $ 37 billion, which is demanded by the House of Representatives earlier, indicating that the descendants of the law passed between the political blocs after included demands. The law reconstruction of infrastructure and service sectors saw the contrast between the parliamentary blocs, which led to delay voting on it in August 2012. " Al-Awadi continued, "There are ongoing consultations between the components of the National Alliance for the purpose of confirmation to attend, and rally the votes needed in today's session to pass the law, after he could not be approved in last Thursday's session due to a lack of quorum."
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