Since 2018-04-11 at 10:26 (Baghdad time)
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[ltr]Baghdad _ Mawazine Toews
MP of the coalition of state law Mansour al-Baiji, Wednesday, that most controversial laws in parliament will go to the next session, citing the reason for the lack of political consensus on them.
"The majority of the controversial laws will go to the next session because of the lack of political consensus on them, as well as the difficulty of holding a full session of the quorum within the dome of the parliament not to attend the majority of members of the House of Representatives because of concern about the upcoming election campaign "He said.
He added that "most of the laws are broken by a political dispute between the political blocs, and did not reach an agreement during the last period, how to vote on it and there is no agreement by all on it."
Al-Baiji said that "the previous two sessions became almost known that the laws that have not been passed and there is a political dispute postponed throughout the life of the parliamentary session and then go to the next session and this is the case as a result of the so-called government of partnership or political consensus that brought us to what we are."
"We have a number of laws, such as the oil and gas law, the Federal Court, the Federal Service Council and others. There is no objection to it, so it will not be passed," he said.
Al-Baiji said, "Talk about passing controversial laws during the remainder of the life of the House of Representatives is merely an informational talk to the Presidency as it is well aware that it is impossible to pass controversial laws without consensus."[/ltr]
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