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    Parliament is moving to amend "in force laws" that were enacted many years ago

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    Parliament is moving to amend "in force laws" that were enacted many years ago Empty Parliament is moving to amend "in force laws" that were enacted many years ago

    Post by Rocky Thu 24 Aug 2023, 5:00 am

    Parliament is moving to amend "in force laws" that were enacted many years ago
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad 
    Today, Thursday (August 24, 2024), the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives confirmed the necessity to amend many of the laws in force, while noting that the laws currently in force were enacted many years ago.
    Committee member Aref Al-Hamami told "Baghdad Today" that "there are Iraqi laws in force that need fundamental amendments, due to the presence of many changes in the Iraqi arena at various levels, and the Legal Committee is working on that during the coming period by reviewing and studying the important laws that You need adjustments."
    Al-Hamami indicated that "Iraq is still working on laws enacted many years ago, and these laws certainly need reviews and amendments according to what is required by the supreme interest and in accordance with changes and developments, and for this there is a specialized committee in the Legal Committee working to study these laws, and it is possible during the coming period to make amendments on many important laws.
    For his part, the representative of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives, Omid Muhammad, indicates that more than 150 draft law proposals have accumulated on the table of the support committees, announcing an agreement by the Presidency, the blocs, and the presidencies of the committees to pass non-controversial laws.
    The deputy confirmed, "The situation in the House of Representatives has begun to stabilize, and every day there are more than three or four projects from first and second reading and voting."
    However, he indicated in a press statement that there are laws surrounded by controversy, such as the oil and gas law and the general amnesty law, and it began with a serious intention to legislate the oil and gas law.
    And he added, "The stability of the situation within the Iraqi parliament will lead to the passage and legislation of laws that are pending or accumulated on the committee table."
    The representative of the "Al-Fatah" coalition, Ali Al-Jamali, had previously confirmed Iraq's need to legislate important laws, including the oil and gas law, calling on the government to expedite sending important laws for discussion and approval in Parliament.
    Al-Jamali said, "The cabinets of the government are full of suspended laws due to the absence of political consensus in most of them, and the citizen is eagerly awaiting the approval of service and economic laws."
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