OCTOBER 10TH, 2019
A timeframe for the passage of important laws and financial issues will be included in the 2020 budget
Baghdad - the new morning:
The coalition of Iraqi forces, on Wednesday, the House of Representatives intent to take more decisions, which he described as "reformist", and pointed to the establishment of a ceiling of a month to pass important laws, he pointed out that the financial aspects will be included in the draft federal budget law for 2020.
The MP for the coalition, Faleh al-Issawi, in an interview with the "new morning," that "the House of Representatives interacted with the demands of the demonstrators, and the position of his presidency was the best of what went to the presidencies of the Republic or the Council of Ministers."
Al-Issawi added that "attending the parliamentary session that followed the demonstrations was record compared to previous sessions, reaching 213 deputies."
He pointed out, "The purpose of this parliamentary approach is to implement a reform package to ease tension in the street and seek to develop solutions to the current problems."
Al-Issawi, that "all parliamentary forces find that the demands of the demonstrators are correct and constitutional and within the rights guaranteed regardless of the actions of individual issued by some of them."
He talked about "new reform decisions will be issued by the House of Representatives during the past days, which were not approved in yesterday's meeting."
He went on, that «some reforms need legislative intervention from the House of Representatives, and we will work to accomplish this within a time limit does not exceed a month».
The MP from the Alliance of Forces, that «third reforms in which the financial side will be included in the draft federal budget law for 2020».
Al-Issawi continued by saying that «the House of Representatives and ministers are moving in a parallel line to achieve concrete reforms on the ground and cooperation will continue between the executive and legislative».
The other MP Raad al-Dahlaki said that «the coalition of Iraqi forces supports the reform movement of the Councils of Ministers and Representatives».
He continued, in a statement to «new morning», that «out demonstrations against the deterioration of the situation is a right guaranteed by the Constitution and can not be undermined in any way and we support the protesters in what they demand».
He pointed out, that «the forces of our coalition will move in order to convey the demands of the demonstrators to the official authorities and implemented through legal means, because we find the need to move the House of Representatives to develop solutions to the current problems and to maintain coordination with the executive authority in this regard».
He went on to Dahlaki, that «Iraq today suffers from many problems in various sectors, and the official bodies are required to develop solutions to it, which we will work on it in the coming stage to activate the legislative and supervisory roles of the House of Representatives».
The House of Representatives has taken in a session yesterday, a series of decisions, including the abolition of the offices of general inspectors and recommend to study the possibility of freezing the work of the provincial councils, has instructed the Legal Committee and the Provincial and Provincial Committee to do so.
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