Deputy: The government did not provide the names of special grades and parliament with the extension of its extension
09:37 - 21/10/2019
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Information / Baghdad ..
The head of the parliamentary will bloc, Hussein Said Arab, said Monday that the parliament has not received any names concerning the special grades and positions by the government, noting that there are deputies to enlarge the work of these positions and the government to find a way out of this issue.
Arabs said in a statement to the information, that "the government did not provide the parliament with any names of special grades and work by proxy, in addition, the House of Representatives will hold its session on 26 of this month, two days after the expiry of the period set for resolving the file of special grades."
He added that "the prime minister may send the names of the special grades on Saturday, but even if he sent these names, the parliament will need 48 hours to review them and check them well and know their biographies."
He ruled out the completion of the file of the special grades on time, especially since there is a slow in this subject, stressing that "on the 24th of this month is the last day to practice the work of office holders agency, as they will not be able to sign any book or practice work."
He pointed out that "the continuation of the work of these positions requires an extension by the parliament, and this is unlikely since most deputies intend not to extend these positions," pointing out that "the government is obliged to find a way out of these positions as they will be illegal after 24 October, on Although the executive is busy with the file of demonstrations. " Finished 25 N