BAGHDAD / (Reuters) - The House of Representatives voted Saturday for its parliamentary committees after 22 seats, while the presidency was authorized to move members of the committees.
A parliamentary source for "appointed Iraq News", "The House of Representatives voted to authorize the Presidency of the transfer of members of the parliamentary committees."
"The council voted on the planning committees, studying the government program, higher education, labor, social affairs, agriculture, irrigation, services, reconstruction, transport and communications," he said. "The council voted on the Integrity, Clans, Reconciliation and Religious Affairs Committee."
He pointed out that the council "voted on the committees of member affairs, the sports committee, the committee on health, environment, security, defense, culture, tourism, archeology and the legal committee." He pointed out that the council "voted on the finance, oil and gas committees, education, economy, investment, martyrs, human rights, regions and governorates.
And voted the House of Representatives, the formation of permanent parliamentary committees of parliament, while voted to reduce the number to 22 committees.
And the integration of the House of Representatives, the Committee on Culture and Information in Tourism and Antiquities, the Committee of Members Affairs with civil society and clans, the Reconciliation and Religious Affairs Committee with work, the Committee of Martyrs with Human Rights,
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