Disagreements within Parliamentary Finance postpone the final draft of the Food Security Law
Shafaq News/ A source in the Parliamentary Finance Committee stated, on Sunday, that the difference of opinion among the members of the committee postponed the settlement of the final draft of the emergency support law for food security and development.
The source told Shafaq News Agency, "Some members of the Finance Committee wish to reduce some expenses and make financial transfers for some articles of the law, and others are trying to delete articles from the Food Security Law, and this led to delays in resolving the final draft of the law."
He added that "the committee may not reach a solution in today's meeting that continues until the moment, and that it will hold another meeting tomorrow, Monday, to vote on the final version of the law, and then it will be submitted to the Presidency of Parliament to set a date for voting on the food security law in the parliament session."
Today, the Parliamentary Finance Committee held a meeting to put the final touches on the proposed emergency support law for food security and development, in preparation for a vote on it in the parliament.
Today, Sunday, deputies of the Sadrist bloc in the Finance Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives announced the completion of the finalization of the proposed law on emergency support for food security and development, in preparation for a vote on it within the parliament, stressing that the law is based on important, "indispensable" basic points.
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