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    Parliament begins its legislative term by discussing a general amnesty

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    Parliament begins its legislative term by discussing a general amnesty Empty Parliament begins its legislative term by discussing a general amnesty

    Post by Rocky Fri 27 Oct 2023, 4:48 am

    Parliament begins its legislative term by discussing a general amnesty



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    Shafaq News/ Rapporteur of the Iraqi Parliament, Ghareeb Askar, revealed that the Iraqi Parliament will begin its new legislative session by discussing the general amnesty law, while he indicated serious efforts to approve and resolve the suspended laws.
    Askar told Shafaq News Agency that the Iraqi Parliament will resume its legislative session on the ninth of next November, and the general amnesty law and the cancellation of the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council will be its most prominent priorities.
    He added that the amnesty law is under discussion in the legal committee to resolve it, while he stressed that Parliament will resolve the law to cancel the decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council.
    Askar pointed to parliamentary efforts to resolve the blocked laws, through political consensus between the forces and the leaders of the Iraqi parliament.
    The general amnesty law is one of the most prominent demands of the Sunni blocs that stipulated its approval during the negotiations to form the state administration, which included the Shiite coordination framework and the Kurdish and Sunni blocs, which resulted in the formation of the new government headed by Muhammad Shia al-Sudani.
    The government program, according to representatives from the Sunni component, includes issuing a general amnesty law, security checks in their governorates, and abolishing bodies or suspending their work that were a source of concern and crisis for them.
    However, this law is still the subject of great controversy between the Sunni and Shiite blocs, as no agreement has been reached on the groups covered by it yet.
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