BAGHDAD - Iraq Presse -28 October / October: The Council of Representatives, on Monday, its regular voting and reading to a number of draft laws without the agenda of the meeting to discuss the election law.
According to a statement of the Council received / Presse Iraq / copy of it, that "the agenda includes a vote on the bill reconstruction of infrastructure and service sectors, and the first reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on the promotion and protection of investments between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of Armenia."
He added, "The agenda also includes the first reading of the draft law on Iraqi academics Association and the second reading of the draft law amending the Judicial Organization Law No. (160) for the year (1979)."
The House of Representatives has failed in several sessions of the adoption of the electoral law for not resolving differences it, while continuing discussions and negotiations between the political parties of the proposals and the proposed amendments on several paragraphs of the law amid threats to boycott the elections and waving to return to the law, which took place whereby the election year (2010) with a modified paragraphs نقضتها the Federal Court for a minority stake and quota.
On the other hand apologized to House Speaker Osama Najafi, on Monday, to attend a ceremony held parliament building on the occasion of Eid Ghadir, because he is busy with "meetings with the ambassadors of a number of countries."
A parliamentary source said on condition of anonymity for / Presse Iraq /, "The President of the House of Representatives apologized for attending a ceremony held today, the parliament building Amanasph Eid Ghadir."
He added that "Najafi justified the failure to attend Bancgalh meetings with the ambassadors of a number of countries."
And witnessed the ceremonial throwing many of the poems and songs of praise of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib God's face.
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