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    Parliament finishes reading the seven laws and to raise its next Saturday

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    Parliament finishes reading the seven laws and to raise its next Saturday  Empty Parliament finishes reading the seven laws and to raise its next Saturday

    Post by Rocky Thu 09 Jan 2014, 10:15 am

    Parliament finishes reading the seven laws and to raise its next Saturday 


    01/09/14 / Alsumaria News / Baghdad 

    A member of the parliamentary legal committee Mohsen al-Sadoun, said Thursday that parliament lift its fifth legislative term of the second legislative year, the fourth to the next Saturday, as pointed out that the Council for a vote on the draft law on treaties and ended the first reading of the seven other bills. 

    Sadoun said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The House of Representatives lifted, today, its fifth of the second legislative term of the legislative year, the fourth and last, to the next Saturday," noting that "the Council for a vote on a bill to make treaties." 

    Sadoun added that "the Council ended the first reading of the draft legal advisers, and the first amendment to the Law on the Protection of mass graves No. 5 for the year 2006, but the proposed law union Iraqi parliamentarians." 

     He pointed out that al-Sadoun, "as well as the Council ended the first reading of the draft laws the rights of Turkmens, passports, and amend the law on the judicial fees No. (114) for the year 1981, and social protection." 

     The Iraqi Council of Representatives held on Thursday (January 9, 2014), headed by its Speaker Osama Najafi and the presence of 180 deputies, with parliamentary source said that the meeting will vote on a bill to make treaties and read the first reading of the seven projects. 

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