[size=36]Presidency of the Parliament: We have allocated a large budget for the development of the regions and they need sincere people[/size]
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The first deputy speaker of the parliament, Hassan al-Kaabi, on Tuesday, the adoption of the provincial councils law is a fundamental pillar in promoting the stability of cities, stressing the need for a large budget earmarked for the development of the regions of sincere people.
"We appreciate the great efforts made by the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and the committees of the regions and provinces, legal and parliamentary members of the House of Representatives to vote on the first amendment to the law of provincial elections not organized in the province and district No. 12 of the year 2018, and the total movement that preceded the voting session, which is the holding of consultation sessions and workshops and seminars for previous periods in order to reach a formula with legal provisions that satisfy the citizen and meet his ambition first and last.
He stressed that "the law voted on yesterday evening, including the holding of local elections in all provinces, including the province of" Kirkuk "dear, more than 14 years after the last elections, is a key pillar in the process of stability of cities, And it reflects the will of the Iraqi voter to choose local administrations "legal" provides him with the best services without delay.
Al-Kaabi pointed out that "the House of Representatives had allocated a very large budget for the development of the regions, and these funds need people who are loyal to their people and qualified" excellence "able to manage and classification of good and professional and impartial, and turn them to projects of priority and concrete to citizens in all governorates.
He called on the First Vice-President of the Council, the Federal Government and the Independent Electoral Commission to "create all the requirements of the electoral process, which was identified in early April of 2020 and provide all the technical, logistical and security aspects necessary to ensure the success of the election process and preserve its integrity and impartiality," stressing that " In its current session will stand firmly against anyone who tries to target the democratic process and the foundations of its consolidation and preservation. "Ended 29 / a 43