House of Representatives decided to raise its day "to remain open on Sunday."
The First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Qusay al-Suhail, according to a statement to the media circle, "said the session will remain open until the arrival of the results of the dialogues on the House of Representatives election law."
The statement said: "The House of Representatives voted at its thirty-second session, which was held under the chairmanship of Qusay al-Suhail, First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives and in the presence of 227 deputies on Saturday, the draft law on accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, while finished the second reading of the bill Unified Retirement. "
The statement added: "It's the beginning of the meeting initiated by any of the above-Hakim al-Suhail stressed that the ongoing dialogues between the President of the House of Representatives and leaders and representatives of parliamentary blocs on the law of the House of Representatives election and when the agreement will be presented to the Council."
On the other hand, the Council voted on the bill join the Republic of Iraq to the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and the legal and Women, Family and Children, which aims to protect children internationally from the harmful effects as a result transferred or detained illegally and take measures to ensure that their return to the State of habitual residence as well as ensuring protection of the rights of the visit and communication.
And then the Council voted in principle to "re-bill economic reform federal and submitted by the committees of the economy, investment and legal to the government after the end of the first reading to him because of objection to the number of deputies to the law being a ايلبي need the Iraqi economy by doing steps wider to conduct economic reforms hailed the law comes in line with the provisions of the Constitution and transform the Iraqi economy to a market economy and give the private sector a key role in the development of the economy and raise the efficiency of economic projects and increase production and competitiveness. "
The Council also ended the second reading of the draft law on pension consolidated report of the legal and financial committees.
In the interventions of Representatives on the bill Rep. Fatima Hamidi confirmed the importance of rewriting some of the terms contained in the law, calling for the definition and characterization of jihadist service.
The deputy governor called Zamili to "the need to reduce the retirement age to 60 years of service to 10 years."
He suggested that a member of the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary Abbas al-Bayati, "the exception of a few slides and a private army, police and teachers of the law, stressing the importance of equality of pension rights minister MPs."
The MP Riad Ghraib "by adding a new article obliges ministries and departments not associated with the Ministry re-personalities that have worked in local councils and others to their constituencies."
For his part, the MP Abdul Tahir greens: "The House of Representatives approved the law to serve the Iraqi people, noting the need to redress slice sons of the former Iraqi army."
The Chairman of the Commission on Security and Defence Hassan Sinead: "The legal bill exceeds military retirement and internal security forces where he was like martyrs deceased which requires Asttnaúhma of the inclusion of the current law."
And saw an MP for the Iraqi List Flowers Shaykhli: "The results of the law would not be in favor of a lot of university professors, which may contribute to the migration of talent out of the country."
For his part, MP Kanna said "there is a conflict in some of the material contained in the law with the Constitution," noting "the importance that the law contains material dealing with thousands of Iraqis living abroad who have left Iraq and over the age of 63 years old."
He said the independent MP Sabah al-Saadi to "the need to cancel pensions for ministers and special grades stressing the importance of canceling service jihadist material being the attempt to equate the true state employees to retire."
The MP suggested the names of al-Moussawi "establishment of the Directorate General in the Department specializes in retirement investments for retirees, especially in light of a weak interest in investment projects in the bill."
He MP Aziz Kadhim to "the importance of the dismantling of some of the laws contained in the project, which belong to the military and internal security forces.
In turn MP Hussein المرعبي, the law contributes fairly retirees who receive minimal salaries calculated proposal forced leave full service for pension purposes.
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