Baghdad - conscious - Muhammad Al-Talibi
Today, Sunday, independent MP Adnan Al-Jabri ruled out the completion of the quorum for the parliament session tomorrow, Monday, and turning it into a deliberative session, while noting that reducing the dollar price is an issue during the current session.
Al-Jabri told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), "There are a number of laws awaiting approval and legislation in the current parliamentary session, especially with regard to the draft oil and gas law, as the project is one of the important projects that regulate the relationship between the region and the oil-producing provinces."
He pointed out that "this file caused many political crises between the central government and the regional government, as well as causing great injustice to the oil-producing provinces," stressing that "many laws were put forward in this regard."
He explained, "The draft amendments to the current laws will be included in the agenda of the sessions, especially the law that is concerned with governorates that are not organized in a region," noting that "steps have begun to unify the front of the independents in the political process under a banner and one bloc, and pending Parliament sessions."
He stressed, "All independent and non-independent deputies are determined to organize the process of exchanging the dollar against the dinar," noting that "the issue of reducing the dollar is on the table during the current session."
He pointed out that "the independent parliamentary committees will have a real presence, and the independent forces are new within the political process and are working to correct some tracks and represent them in the parliamentary committees in a strong representation in form and content."
Al-Jabri ruled out, "the completion of the quorum for tomorrow's session, for fear of entering into another constitutional violation, because the session's convening requires the election of the President of the Republic, and perhaps the session will turn into a deliberative."
The House of Representatives announced, earlier, the agenda for tomorrow’s session, and included the swearing in of the constitutional oath of some deputies, as well as the formation of the permanent parliamentary committees of the House of Representatives, in addition to a general invitation to discuss the rise in dollar exchange rates in the presence of the Minister of Finance.
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