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    Parliamentary Legal: More than 150 draft laws are on the table in Parliament

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    Post by Rocky Thu 31 Aug 2023, 7:56 am

    [size=46]Parliamentary Legal: More than 150 draft laws are on the table in Parliament[/size]
    Iraq
    14:23 - 2023-08-31
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    The Parliamentary Legal Committee explained the reasons for the delay in enacting some important laws in the House of Representatives.
    Committee member Aref Al-Hamami said in a press statement that there are laws in force that need fundamental amendments due to the presence of many changes on the Iraqi scene at various levels, especially since Iraq is still working on laws enacted many years ago, which prompts reviews and amendments to be made as required. The supreme interest and according to changes and developments.
    He added that more than one hundred and fifty draft laws are on the table of the House of Representatives and the specialized committees as well, pointing out that there are controversial laws that are controversial, such as the oil and gas law and the general amnesty, as the specialized committees will work to amend and legislate them and they will be among the priorities of the upcoming sessions.
    And he continued, that the government drawers are full of broken laws, as a result of the absence of political consensus on most of them, so that the prime minister’s recent directive regarding referring a group of draft laws to parliament will be a factor to speed up their approval by amending the controversial articles in them.

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