[size=36]Presidency of Parliament: Full parliamentary agreement to accelerate the implementation of comprehensive reforms[/size]
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The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan al-Kaabi, on Wednesday, that there is a full parliamentary agreement to accelerate the implementation of comprehensive reforms from the legislation of important laws and constitutional amendments and ministerial.
"Al-Kaabi met in his office the representative of the UN Secretary-General in Iraq, Jenin Blachart, in the presence of Bashir Al-Haddad, Deputy Speaker of the Council of Representatives," the media office of the First Deputy Speaker said in a statement received.
Al-Kaabi praised "the efforts made by the United Nations, the UN mission in the country and Mrs. Blaskhart in particular in the framework of supporting Iraq and communication with the legislative and executive bodies in order to meet the demands of the demonstrators."
He also praised "the presence of Balskhart in the arena of demonstrations and direct listening to the citizens who are there, as well as meeting with the religious authority in Najaf and the continuation of meetings with the Council of Ministers and Representatives and all political forces, trade unions, unions, activists and the relevant authorities."
He stressed, "The House of Representatives continues to expedite the completion of a package of legislation and reform decisions that correspond to the demands of the true demonstrators," pointing out that "there is an insistence at the presidency and members of the House of Representatives to make the necessary amendments to a set of important laws and long-awaited by the people over the past years , Including the Electoral and Electoral Commission laws and the necessary constitutional and ministerial amendments. "
Al-Kaabi pointed out that "the reform package will include voting on service legislation that meets the needs of society," stressing "the need to maintain partnership with the United Nations in all that serves Iraq and cooperate in the development of laws that meet the aspirations of all spectrums of the Iraqi people."