Published on Saturday, 15 2014
Citizen / Baghdad
A report prepared by the Observatory Parliament Iraqi figures may be shocking to the citizens and voters of Iraq as he prepared to participate in the upcoming parliamentary elections, stressing that the total work of the House of Representatives during the current parliamentary session (four years) amounted to 937 hours which is equivalent to (39) days of an integrated or equivalent ( 134) on the work at a rate of seven hours a day.
The report, published by «Obelisk» House of Representatives and the attendance rate of the meetings in 2012 was 190 deputies (out of 325) and in 2013 the rate was only 202, and the number of laws voted on by the Council 203 until the end of 2013.
The report showed that the Department of the number of working hours of Parliament as shown in the table for months, was the final total is 937 hours for a total sessions during this session until the end of 2013, which is equivalent to (39) days of an integrated or equivalent (134) business day an average of seven hours a day, and compared to the number of meetings during this period of 239 with two extraordinary session, the rate per session with a time of (3.9) hours almost every session.
The Observatory Parliament has issued its final report of the session the current election, which included statistics outlined the activities of the House of Representatives during the last four years, hanging the light on a number of important issues, including a number of laws related prejudice the lives of citizens in relation to the overall laws legislated, also touched on the Statistics on the number of meetings of the Council and the number of working hours and absences of its members and the regulatory activity.
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