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Parliamentary Defense reveals the latest developments in the draft "Science Service" law
Committee member Mahdi Taqi told Shafaq News Agency, "The draft law on the service of science, which the Council of Ministers voted recently, has not yet officially reached Parliament," noting that his committee "did not look into it officially and did not know its details."
He added that the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, "I heard about this project through the media and a statement by the Council of Ministers."
And Taqi indicated that "when the draft law on the service of science arrives, it will be studied and scrutinized extensively and intensively by the competent parliamentary committees," stressing that "amendments and additions will be made according to the proposals of parliamentary committees or parliamentary blocs."
A member of the Parliamentary Defense Committee indicated that "this law did not see the light in the current parliamentary session," explaining that "it will be one of the first tasks of the new parliament."
After its abolition for more than 18 years, the draft "science service" compulsory conscription has returned to the scene in Iraq with force, this time through a government decision that has become, especially after sending the draft law voted on by the Council of Ministers, to the Parliament, for the purpose of passing its paragraphs and gaining a peremptory degree. Under the dome of Parliament, and apply it to the targeted citizens.
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