BAGHDAD / The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Ashwaq al-Jaf, said Tuesday that today's session will be held by a quorum after the arrival of several deputies to the parliament building, while confirming that the session will not suffice to vote on the 37 items on its agenda.
"We believe that today's session will be held quorum after the arrival of many deputies to the parliament building," she said, adding that "the deputies are still coming to this moment and we expect to be a large number during the session today."
The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, that "the meeting will not be enough to vote on the 37 items in its agenda can not be completed all those paragraphs during a single session," pointing out that "the current trend is to resume today's meeting on Wednesday and Thursday to complete the paragraphs schedule of work".
It is hoped that the House of Representatives, on Tuesday, today to discuss and read 37 draft law and a resolution and a proposal. Finished 2
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