[size=36]Parliament plans to end civil service law before Eid al-Fitr[/size]
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The Iraqi parliament is discussing a civil service bill to complete it before Eid al-Fitr, at a time when the Finance Committee confirmed that its approval would end bribery, quotas and nepotism in appointments.
"The law of civil service is fundamental and important and we hope after its legislation to eliminate bribery, quotas and nepotism in appointments," said a member of the committee Haneen al-Qaddo, according to the newspaper "Al-Sabah" semi-official, noting that "the law was submitted for reading and discussions are still ongoing, Eid al-Fitr. "
He added that "there are a lot of observations on this law and we need an integrated vision on it to get rid of the problems," pointing out that "the previous session saw the legislation of nearly 100 laws half of which appeared defects and returned to Parliament so we want a law to legislate and remain a full session At least "