[size=36]Al-Zamili: The current parliamentary session has adopted a real project to diagnose defects in the legislative and executive performance[/size]
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, the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, confirmed, on Monday, the adoption of the current parliamentary session for a real project to diagnose defects in the legislative and executive performance and to develop treatments.
A statement by Al-Zamili's office stated that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "the latter sponsored an introductory workshop on the United Nations Convention against Corruption, organized by the Parliamentary Development Institute in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program in Iraq (UNDP), and during the workshop several speeches were delivered, including The Director General of the Parliamentary Development Institute, Saad Fayyad, and Mohab Madani, the representative of the UN program in Iraq, then lectures were given on the United Nations Convention against Corruption, its review mechanism, and the role of the Conference of the States Parties to the COSP Agreement, and another lecture to shed light on the Doha Declaration for parliamentarians. by international experts.
Al-Zamili said during the opening of the workshop, according to the statement, that "the House of Representatives considers the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) a key partner in its legislative or oversight work, calling for more coordination to develop the capabilities of Iraqi parliamentarians related to the anti-corruption file," expressing his "full support for all The activities of the UN, especially those related to combating corruption, which is the wall on which all areas of real development stand, project delays, unemployment and budget theft.
Al-Zamili indicated, "The current parliamentary session has a real project for reforming and activating the legislative institution, monitoring the performance of all parts of the state, diagnosing defects and developing treatments," noting that "there are real efforts to legislate laws related to this file, including: a draft law, "Where did you get this from?" And the “money refund” law, and it is possible to benefit from the experiences of other countries that went through the same experience and succeeded in ending or limiting it.