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    Three controversial laws await Parliament after the end of its recess

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    Three controversial laws await Parliament after the end of its recess Empty Three controversial laws await Parliament after the end of its recess

    Post by Rocky Mon 19 Jun 2023, 4:23 am

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    [size=52]Three controversial laws await Parliament after the end of its recess[/size]

    [size=45]Well-informed parliamentary sources said, yesterday, Sunday, that Parliament is determined to introduce laws that touch the lives of citizens after the legislative recess. An informed parliamentary source said, in a statement to (Al-Mada), that after the end of his legislative recess, he will have many important laws that the government program focused on approving, most notably the general amnesty law, the oil and gas laws, and the Federal Court.[/size]
    [size=45]The source added, "The parliament's program will be intensive and there will be a tendency to pass many laws, including oil and gas, which the government needs to resolve outstanding problems with the Kurdistan region."[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, "There are old demands for the approval of the Federal Court Law and the Amnesty Law, which are laws that will be focused on in the next legislative term." For its part, the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc in the Iraqi parliament commented on the possibility of passing the oil and gas law with the start of the new legislative term of the House of Representatives, expressing its fear of political parties circumventing the legislation of the law. "The negotiations and dialogues between the governments of Baghdad and Erbil regarding the oil and gas law have set some general lines for this law, and all differences regarding the law have been resolved," said the representative of the bloc, Jay Taymur, in a press statement. Taymur added, "There are two drafts of this law that have been prepared for a long time, but they were not legislated due to political differences." He pointed out that "the oil and gas law legislation needs more dialogue and negotiation between Baghdad and Erbil."[/size]
    [size=45]Taymour stressed, "The legislation of this law was part of the political agreement, and it was supposed to be enacted six months after the formation of the Sudanese government."[/size]
    [size=45]And he talked about “the lack of seriousness on the part of some parties to legislate this law, and we hope that the political parties within the State Administration Coalition will abide by what was agreed upon and not work to deviate as happened with the budget law.” "There is a possibility to legislate the oil and gas law, with the start of the new legislative term of the House of Representatives, if there is seriousness on the part of the government to resolve the draft of this law in addition to a political desire to legislate it and not to obstruct it, as has happened over the past years," Taymur stressed.[/size]
    [size=45]On a related note, the representative of the coordination framework, Ali Al-Jamali, affirmed that there is no objection to “the existence of a general amnesty law, provided that it does not include murderers, terrorists in prisons, and corrupt politicians.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jamali talked about “a political controversy regarding the legislation of the general amnesty law,” ruling out “any consensus on it in the near future.” He pointed out that "the reason for not presenting the law so far inside the Parliament building is the political dispute over it," stressing that "the details of the general amnesty law were not addressed in the corridors of the House of Representatives."[/size]
    [size=45]It is noteworthy that the ministerial curriculum of the government of Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, voted on at the end of last October, included in its legislative aspect the vote on a number of controversial laws, most notably the general amnesty, oil and gas, the Federal Supreme Court and the Federation Council.[/size]
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