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Tomorrow, the Iraqi parliament will enter a legislative recess that will last for a month, then it will resume its duties in the second legislative term of the second legislative year, as it intends to include four “important” laws on its agenda, according to one of the representatives.
The representative, Muhammad Al-Shammari, said in a press interview seen by Taqaddam, that “the parliament, after approving the tripartite budget law, will enter tomorrow, Tuesday, in the recess of the legislative term, which lasts for one month, and then resume its sessions again,” pointing out that “There are important laws awaiting their enactment, especially the oil and gas laws and the Federal Court.”
He added, "Parliament will resume its work with several laws that have been deferred for years, and the reason is that they are not subject to political agreement between the blocs."
He continued, "The laws that the parliament will work to legislate in the second legislative term are: oil and gas, the Federal Court, information crimes, and the amendment of the House of Representatives elections law," noting that "all these legislations need political consensus."
Yesterday, the House of Representatives ended its first legislative session of the second year, approving Iraq's tripartite budget, after months of tensions, disagreements, and anticipation.
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