Tuesday, 29 October 2013
Twilight news I Committee services and reconstruction, vien an outsider, not to pass a bill the House of representatives infrastructure as a "blow" to Iraq and the Iraqis, that despite the importance of this law will be posted for the next parliamentary session.
The House of representatives failed to pass the authentication infrastructure at its law held on Monday.
Dakheel said in a statement for "Twilight", it's about what happened yesterday at the meeting of the Iraqi Parliament and the law project infrastructure, "we are preparing this very important law because it has links and direct contact with the Iraqi people and Iraqi citizen, who will raise the level of infrastructure throughout Iraq."
"Despite all that has been rejected by some political blocs and not get votes needed to pass, which means that this law will be migrated to the next parliamentary session, unfortunately."
The draft Act was came from the Government, and most of the political blocs had some comments on it, after study and discussion lasted for about two and a half years in the Commission services and the economic and Financial Committee have reached some important proposals from which we have emerged with a strong law ", stating that" the Supreme Committee was formed by all the political blocs and took into account all the views and proposals submitted by the political blocs about it. "
She described an "infrastructure law House is a House of the sons of the Iraqi people and the Iraqi people, and that failure to pass the political process, affected only this rejection is the Iraqi citizen."
He noted that "this law included the construction of more than 8,000 schools, 5,000 hospital and Health Center, and more than 250,000 housing units for the poor across the country, in addition to the very important dynamic project is linking a railway from FAO and in most provinces and in the city of Zakho, Dahuk governorate in Kurdistan."
As an outsider, "not to pass the law as a great loss for the Iraqi people and blow him and reconstruction of Iraq."
The draft law submitted by the Government on infrastructure projects with payment term up to 37 billion dollars.
The draft law since the previous parliamentary session worth $ 72 billion and rejected political backgrounds as the Government says, in many ways reintroduced in the current session.
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