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Shafaq News/ Tomorrow, Thursday, the Iraqi Parliament will enter a legislative recess for a period of 30 days, provided that it will resume its sessions on the ninth of next January.
The representative of Al-Fateh Alliance, Mueen Al-Kadhimi, told Shafaq News agency that the first legislative year will end tomorrow, Thursday, indicating that the Parliament will enter the legislative recess for a month, provided that it will resume its sessions from the first legislative term for the second year on January 9 of the year 2023.
Al-Kadhimi stated, "There will be no session of the parliament tomorrow, Thursday," noting that "the parliament's presidency will announce the end of the legislative year and that members of parliament will enjoy the legislative recess."
The Parliamentary Legal Committee had linked the extension of the legislative term and the postponement of the holiday to the arrival of the general budget law to the House of Representatives.
And the Presidency of the House of Representatives decided, on November 8, 2022, to extend the second legislative term of the first legislative year of the fifth electoral session, by one month, in order to “pass important laws.” According to deputies who told Shafaq News agency, that if the general budget law arrives from the government before the end of the legislative term on the ninth of December, Parliament will extend its work again until the budget law is approved.
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