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    The House of Representatives votes on the legal aid bill. Here are its full details

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    Alsumaria News - Politics

    The House of Representatives voted, today, Tuesday, January 30, 2024, on the draft legal aid law, during its 4th session of the first legislative term, the third legislative year, and the fifth electoral cycle.


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    The Media Department of the House of Representatives stated in a statement received by Al-Sumaria News that the House of Representatives is voting on the draft legal aid law.

    Earlier today, the Iraqi Council of Representatives held its 4th session of the first legislative term of the third legislative year and the fifth electoral session, headed by the Acting Speaker of the Council of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi.



    The Media Department of the House of Representatives stated in a statement received by Al-Sumaria News that the Acting Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, opened the work of Session No. (4) of the first legislative term, the third legislative year, the fifth electoral cycle, without mentioning the number of representatives present.

    * Legal Aid Law
    Member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Omid Muhammad, recently said to Al-Sumaria News, that “the law will include the opening of legal centers at the people’s level in all governorates, districts, and districts,” indicating that “the work of these centers is not only providing legal advice, but rather entrusting cases and providing lawyers.” They will plead for citizens free of charge until the case is resolved, and this will include many categories of citizens.”

    Regarding whether these centers will “threaten the work and livelihood” of lawyers and the Bar Association’s opinion regarding them, Muhammad said, “There is a representative of the Bar Association within the formed body, and the opening and operation of these legal centers will of course be in consultation with the Bar Association,” denying that they are “a means to cut off the livelihood of lawyers.” He considered that “it will represent a gateway to creating job opportunities for many lawyers who do not have job opportunities, and these centers will be funded by the state and will depend on many lawyers and law graduates.”

    As for the member of the Legal Committee, Sajjad Salem, he recently said, “This project is important for the Bar Association and vulnerable segments of society, as it provides free legal protection, in addition to legal representation before the courts for those who do not have the ability to access the courts,” according to the official Al-Sabah newspaper.

    Salem added, “With the passage of the law, it will be easy for citizens who have been subjected to electronic blackmail to access the courts for the purpose of obtaining their rights,” indicating that “there are material obstacles for some groups that prevent them from accessing the courts, and because of their lack of knowledge of how to obtain legal advice, so the Legal Aid Center, which “This law will be formed and will provide an opportunity to obtain their rights.”

    He continued, "The law is very important and is one of the important human rights concepts that the international community and the government have worked on," pointing out that "once this law is voted on, legal aid centers will be established in all governorates, and the government will contract through it with lawyers who will provide free legal advice." Their wages are paid by the state.”

    Salem stated, “The law aims to do two tasks: the first is to employ the segment of lawyers and reduce the burden on the Bar Association to create job opportunities in the private sector, and the second is for vulnerable social groups to reach the courts to obtain their rights and obtain advice.” 

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