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    Post by Rocky Wed 16 Nov 2022, 4:27 am

    [size=46]Deputy for the State of Law: The House of Representatives will return the projects that were sent from the previous government[/size]
    Iraq
    15:24 - 2022-11-15
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    The representative of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Al-Sahyoud, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the House of Representatives will return all the projects that were sent from the previous government, including the compulsory service law, to the current government, indicating that the current government will consider them and it has the right to send them or not to Parliament again. 
    Chihoud said in a press statement, "The legislation of the laws must be done by sending them from the government to Parliament for the same session, and that the draft laws that were sent from a previous government will return again to the current government, including the compulsory service law."
    He added, "Reading the compulsory service law as a first reading was contrary to the internal system of Parliament, and thus it will be sent to the current government, and it is the one who decides to send it, amend it, or wait with it."  
    Chihoud explained, "The draft laws from the previous government, which will be returned to the Sudanese government, will be subject to study and reconsideration by the current government, and it is the one who decides to send them or not." 
    It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives for the current session put forward a draft law on compulsory service for the first reading, which faced many criticisms within the House of Representatives as well as public opinion.

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