Ended the House of Representatives in its twenty-ninth held Briashasama, Najafi, head of the House of Representatives and in the presence of 247, on Monday, the first and second reading of three draft laws, decided to adjourn the meeting to next Wednesday.
According to a statement issued by the meeting: that Najafi decided to continue the work of the Council until the vote on the proposed law on the House of Representatives election at a meeting next Wednesday, noting: that in the case of non-voting will return to the law in force, calling the Legal Committee to submit proposals to amend the law in force in order to voting in accordance with established contexts.
The statement pointed out: that the council refused to vote on the bill reconstruction of infrastructure and service sectors, and submitted by the committees of economy, investment, legal and financial services and construction, which led to his response to the executive branch.
The statement added: The council ended 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 and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and the economy and investment, which comes from in order to promote and protect investment between the two governments.
The statement noted: that the council voted in principle to continue reading the law after the end of the first reading of the draft law union Iraqi academics and submitted by the committees of Higher Education and Scientific Research, legal and which aims to pay attention to the angel of teaching and educational and academic and upgrading of workers in this vital sector, and the preparation of plans and policies elevate the teaching and educational process and for the establishment of councils and unions interested in the affairs of faculty and their defense and dignity and docking of students with their teachers in order to raise the reputation of Iraqi universities and institutes and their equality with their counterparts in civilized countries.
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