[size=36]Zidane to the President of the Republic: We support a review of the legislative system and the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council[/size]
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President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zaidan, affirmed, on Monday, his full support for the Presidency of the Republic in reviewing the legislative system and the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council.
And the Presidency of the Republic stated in a statement, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that "the latter received today, at the Peace Palace, the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Faiq Zaidan, and during the meeting, the latest developments on the Iraqi scene were discussed, where the president stressed the need to sustain and enhance security and stability in country and invest it in developing the national economy by attracting investment from foreign companies.
The President of the Republic referred to "the importance of presenting the reality of the Iraqi reality in terms of security, political and economic stability and the reconstruction and construction revolution, and conveying the true picture without any shortcomings."
According to the statement, the President of the Republic, in his speech, touched on his recent visit to Italy and what it reflected in the large turnout for Iraq, referring to "his speech at the International Labor Organization and what it conveyed about the positive developments in Iraq to the international community, which had a great impact because of the partnership projects it included." positive international.
For his part, the President of the Supreme Judicial Council praised "the President's proposals and his efforts to communicate the reality of the Iraqi reality to the international community," stressing "his full support for the Presidency of the Republic in reviewing the legislative system and the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council in order to complete the legislation of the laws stipulated in the constitution." Ended 29/h