Informed parliamentary source refers to the session that the meeting will include the second reading of the draft law Unified Retirement
Baghdad / Mesalla: the Iraqi Council of Representatives began headed by Qusay al-Suhail, Saturday, its the presence of 225 deputies in order to vote on several laws, the most prominent of the election law, and common retirement.
A parliamentary source said the "obelisk" "The meeting of the Council of Representatives of the 32 would include a vote on the proposed law on the upcoming parliamentary elections," noting that "the voice of a hearing on Thursday to six paragraphs of the law."
He added that "the meeting also will include the first reading of the proposed law Kirkuk Provincial Council elections and the vote on the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction."
He pointed to "guaranteed by the first reading of the draft Federal Law Economic Reform and the second reading of the bill Unified Retirement."
The source pointed out that "the House of Representatives voted on the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, as well as the start of the reading of the draft law of economic reform."
The House of Representatives voted last Thursday to six paragraphs of the electoral law, with the exception of Congress said the move was a positive sign for the full vote on the law at today's meeting Saturday.
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