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    Revealing a parliamentary agreement to pass blocked laws

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    Revealing a parliamentary agreement to pass blocked laws Empty Revealing a parliamentary agreement to pass blocked laws

    Post by Rocky Sat 11 Nov 2023, 5:01 am

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    [size=52]Revealing a parliamentary agreement to pass blocked laws[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad.. 
    On Saturday, the representative of the State of Law coalition in Radhi called on the government to expedite sending important laws for approval in the House of Representatives, confirming the existence of a parliamentary agreement to pass important laws during the current session.  

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    Radi said in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, “There are important laws waiting to be sent by the government to the House of Representatives,” pointing out that “there is an agreement between the Presidency, the blocs, and the government to pass important laws.” 
    He added, "The laws of civil service, retirement, infrastructure, oil and gas, and the Federal Court are still suspended for political reasons." 
    He pointed out that "important and controversial laws need political consensus and understandings before being voted on in Parliament."  
    A member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Omid Muhammad, had confirmed Parliament’s intention to approve a group of important laws during the next legislative term, indicating that priority would be for service projects. Ended / 25 H

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