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Parliament is discussing the abolition of more than 4 laws of the Council of Ministers

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Post by rocky on Sat 05 Sep 2020, 11:11 am


Parliament is discussing the abolition of more than 4 laws of the Council of Ministers

15:41 - 05/09/2020



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The information / Baghdad ..
On Saturday, the House of Representatives, headed by Second Representative Bashir Al-Haddad, will discuss the cancellation of more than 4 laws pertaining to the cabinet and ministries.
Al-Malouma correspondent said that Parliament has started the first reading of the Cabinet and Ministries bill, which includes 24 articles.
He added that the law includes the abolition of the Executive Authority Law No. 50 of 1964, the abolition of Cabinet Law No. 20 of 1991 and the cancellation of the Opinion Commission Law No. 9 of 2011.
Discussions also included the cancellation of the Law of Creating and Merging Administrative Formations, and amending their association No. 12 of 2011.
In addition to canceling a number of the dissolved Revolution Command Council decisions.
Today, Saturday (September 05, 2020), the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, opened the works of the first session of the fourth parliamentary session of the third legislative year in the first legislative term, while he finished the first reading of the draft law amending the Federal Supreme Court Law. Ended 25 h
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