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    Laws passed and read during the first legislative term of Parliament

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    Post by Rocky Sun Jan 08, 2023 4:43 pm

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    Member of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives, Taher Al-Battat, confirmed today, Sunday, the work to legislate several laws during the current parliamentary session, while referring to the laws that were approved and read during the first legislative term.


    Al-Battat said in an interview with Al-Sumaria News, "Many laws are being legislated in the current session, especially those that concern mainly citizens."

    He explained, "The number of laws that have read a first reading during this session so far has reached 31, while those that have read a second reading have reached 10 laws and are ready to vote on them after putting the final touches on."






    He added, "Only two laws were voted on: the emergency support for food security and development law and the legalizing criminal normalization."

    With regard to the suspended laws, Al-Battat pointed out that they "mainly need political understandings in order to pass them, on top of which is the oil and gas law, which we hope will be approved as soon as possible, because it is capable of resolving most of the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Erbil.”

    Regarding the slums law, he stated that "because it contains many remarks that may cause harm to citizens by paying rent for the places they occupy, it was decided to withdraw it by the government, along with the laws of compulsory service and freedom of opinion and demonstration, because they contain controversial paragraphs.


    On Thursday, December 8, 2022, the House of Representatives began its legislative recess, and it will resume its sessions tomorrow, Monday, January 9.

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