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Parliament lifted its 29 th to Wednesday

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Post by rocky Tue 29 Oct 2013, 3:53 am

Parliament lifted its 29 th to Wednesday



10/28/2013 Range Press / Baghdad

Raised the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, on Monday, the 29th session of the first legislative term of the fourth legislative year to the day after tomorrow, Wednesday, with parliament session witnessed Re infrastructure bill to the Council of Ministers, and end the reading and the first and second of three bills.

A source in the information department of the parliament said in an interview to (range Press), "The House Speaker Osama Najafi adjournment of the meeting of 29 of the legislative term of the first legislative year fourth, which was held today, held the day after tomorrow (Wednesday)," noting that "the meeting saw the failure of the Council vote on the bill reconstruction of infrastructure, services and response to the Council of Ministers. "

The source, who requested anonymity, that "the meeting also saw ending the first reading of Emczura law on ratification of the Convention on the promotion and protection of investment between the Republic of Iraq and Armenia, and the first reading of the draft law union Iraqi academics, and the second reading Emczura Act to amend the Law of Judicial Organization No. 160 for the year 1976" .

The Iraqi Council of Representatives held on Monday, its 29th legislative term of the first legislative year fourth headed by Osama Najafi and the presence of 237 deputies, while The agenda of the meeting to vote on a bill of infrastructure, and the first reading and the second of three bills.

And raised the Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq, on Thursday, (October 24, 2013), the meeting of 28 of the legislative term of the first legislative year fourth to Monday, (October 28, 2013), after the failure of the Council to vote on the law of infrastructure due to the withdrawal of a number of deputies and non- quorum, as has been the second reading of the draft laws.

He announced the decision of the Iraqi Parliament Muhammad Al-Khalidi, on Tuesday, (October 22, 2013), that the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi agreed with the heads of political blocs to pass a law infrastructure in the coming days, after the agreement on legislation three sectors are education, health and housing.

The Services Committee in the House of Representatives announced, on Sunday, (October 20, 2013), about the readiness of the law of the infrastructure of the vote, while pointed to the absence of disagreements about embedding the demands of coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan, pointing to reduce the amount allocated for the advancement of infrastructure to $ 20 billion .

He called on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in (15 September 2012), to vote on the bill infrastructure, while the House of Representatives demanded the allocation of 37 billion dollars for the advancement of infrastructure in the country.

The law reconstruction of infrastructure and service sectors saw the contrast between the parliamentary blocs, forcing the House of Representatives (30 August 2012) to postpone the vote on it.

Iraq suffers from a severe housing crisis due to the increasing population, as measured by the number of residential complexes, in addition to the inability of citizens with limited income for the construction of residential units of its own, because of the high cost of land and construction materials.


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