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Deputy for the citizen reveals the reasons for rejection of the law of infrastructure

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Deputy for the citizen reveals the reasons for rejection of the law of infrastructure Empty Deputy for the citizen reveals the reasons for rejection of the law of infrastructure

Post by rocky Tue 29 Oct 2013, 7:26 am

Deputy for the citizen reveals the reasons for rejection of the law of infrastructure




BAGHDAD - ((eighth day))

MP for the citizen Bloc Furat al-Shara said there are three reasons to re-tool actual infrastructure law to the federal government.



Shara said in a statement to the Agency ((eighth day)) that "the most important reasons that tool to reconsider the law that there is the political blocs could not see the law well, as well as Atherat propaganda about the existence of another version of the law in addition to the confusion that occurred during the voting period are not to pass the law during this period.



Shara said that "the law of laws of the regaining positively Strategy voting as well as services to be provided by the citizen and the nation if passed in the future.

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