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Deputy likely to postpone the next session of parliament and confirms its resumption after the elect

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Post by rocky Fri 13 Apr 2018, 2:10 am


Deputy likely to postpone the next session of parliament and confirms its resumption after the elections

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 BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's parliamentarian will resume his parliamentary session next May after a vote on the rest of the stalled bills, parliamentarian Mohammad al-Lakash said on Friday.
"The presidency of the Council of Representatives decided to hold its meeting next Tuesday in order to discuss the draft laws invalid and vote on them before the end of the life of the government in July next."
"The parliamentary session is likely not to be convened and will be raised to another notice because of the lack of quorum and the concern of deputies in their campaigns to be announced soon, which keeps them from parliamentary work until the end of the elections in May."
"The House of Representatives will resume its regular sessions after the elections in order to vote and read the draft laws are stalled, and ensure the vote before the end of the parliament on July 1 next."
"Most of the invalid laws will not be voted before the elections because of the difficulty of holding meetings in the current period leading up to the parliamentary elections," he said. End 25 n

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Post by rocky Fri 13 Apr 2018, 2:28 am

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MP Mohammed al-Lakash, on Friday, to postpone the session of the parliament scheduled for next Tuesday, noting that the parliament will resume its sessions after the elections in May to vote on the rest of the draft laws stalled.
 
He said, "Alakash": "The Presidency of the House of Representatives decided to hold its meeting next Tuesday to discuss the draft laws are stalled and vote on them before the end of the life of the government in July next."
 
The MP preferred not to convene the parliament session next Tuesday and will be raised to another notice; because of the lack of quorum and the concern of deputies in their campaigns to be announced soon, which keeps them from parliamentary work until the end of the elections in May.
 
"The House of Representatives will resume its regular sessions after the elections in order to vote and read the draft laws are stalled, and ensure the vote before the end of the parliament on July 1 next."
 
He stressed that "most of the laws that will not be voted on before the elections because of the difficulty of holding meetings in the current period before the parliamentary elections."


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