[size=36]Files awaiting resolution by the next parliament and government.. These are the most prominent ones?[/size]
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An informed political source confirmed, on Monday, the existence of important files awaiting resolution by the next parliament and the new government.
The source said, in an interview with "Mawazine News", that "there are several laws that have delayed and postponed their resolution and approval in Parliament due to political differences around them, the most important of which are the oil and gas law and others related to child custody and family violence, as well as the investment law and the regulation of prices of goods and services."
The source added that "among the most important outstanding issues is the file of Turkish attacks and the incursion of Ankara's forces into Iraqi territory, which the previous parliament and the out-of-state Al-Kazemi government have been silent about," explaining that "this file needs a firm Iraqi response and an international resolution to deter Turkish violations, in addition to To implement the previous House of Representatives decision, which stipulated the expulsion of all foreign forces from the country.
The source pointed out that "the decision to remove US forces from Iraq undermined the government's work towards any international resolution, in light of popular and political pressure that rejects the presence of these forces on Iraqi soil, and therefore this file will be put first on the table of the next government." Ended 29/A 4