In details.. what happened in the tenth session of the Iraqi parliament
The interventions of the council members, according to a statement received by Shafak News Agency, focused on the demand for "setting a clear economic vision and creating thoughtful development to advance the country's reality in the fields of industry and agriculture to reduce corruption and demand a reduction in the amount allocated to the Food Security Law, in addition to the adoption of justice in the distribution of financial allocations between Governorates according to their needs, and the call to allocate support for suspended projects, especially water and sewage services, support for farmers and lecturers for free, and the requirements of local agricultural production.
The attendees stressed the need to "work seriously to achieve the needs of the people of the liberated areas, meet their demands for compensation, end the file of the displaced, and demand the disclosure of external and internal loan schedules by the Ministry of Finance and the establishment of subsequent oversight on the implementation of the provisions of the law."
The demands of the deputies during the session, which was presided over by the First Deputy Chairman of the Council Hakim Al-Zamili, focused on “opening the door to competition for companies that supply the food basket items, and the demand for the inclusion of the Kurdistan Region’s share established by the Ministry of Planning within the law, and the need to determine what development projects proposed to address Unemployment and support for the food industries and pharmaceutical and medical supplies.
Al-Zamili stressed, according to the statement issued by the media department of the House of Representatives, the parliament’s keenness to “provide the legal cover for the government to enable it to meet the citizens’ entitlements, especially food security, social welfare salaries and service ministries’ allocations,” noting that the parliament “will not allow any suspicions of corruption that may be caused by law.” Food security".
The deputies also addressed, in their interventions during the session, partly chaired by Deputy Speaker Shakhwan Abdullah, the demand for “allocating an amount to implement the Yazidi survivors law and compensation to the Sinjar district, guaranteeing liquid gas dues for the perpetuation of the processing of power stations, addressing the water crisis in the governorates and paying attention to veterinary health.” and protection of livestock.
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