Parliamentary Finance is waiting for a “political consensus” to pass the Food Security Law
The source told Shafaq News Agency, "The committee's presidency authorized the members to consult with their parliamentary blocs on the articles and paragraphs of the law that were agreed upon within the committee."
He pointed out that "the Finance Committee will hold a meeting during the next two days to amend the articles of the law or proceed with the final vote on it and send its final draft to the Presidency of the House of Representatives for the purpose of including the law for voting in the nearest session."
Yesterday, Saturday, the committee held a meeting on the maturation of the emergency support law for food security and development, and voted on most of the procedural articles of the law, in preparation for a wholesale vote and raising it to a vote in the parliament session.
Yesterday, Saturday, the leader of Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq, Qais al-Khazali, tacitly accepted the legislation of the Emergency Food Security Support Law.
Khazali said in a tweet seen by Shafak News Agency, "The necessities are estimated, and the issue of food security for our people is a necessity, and the state's capabilities must be harnessed for it, especially with the financial abundance as is the case now, adding, "This does not mean legislating a law that includes articles that open Corruption gates to the lords of corruption.
Yesterday, Saturday, the Iraqi parliament announced the postponement of its session on the emergency food security support law.
He attributed this to the request of some parliamentary blocs and for more consultations to mature the law and the need for more time.
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