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    Representatives to “Al-Zawraa”: Important laws are still broken and need disclosure and consensus

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    05/28/2024
    Al-Zawraa / Hussein Falih:
    Representatives from different blocs confirmed that important laws are still stalled and need openness and consensus among the blocs to pass them. While they stressed the need to resolve the election of the Speaker of Parliament to proceed with legislating laws, they indicated that the House of Representatives succeeded in legislating some laws. Despite some parties trying to obstruct his work.
    Representative from the Democratic Party, Mahmaoglu, said in an interview with Al-Zawraa: Important laws are still stalled in the House of Representatives, which require political consensus and that there be frankness and openness by the political blocs to pass the laws that were written in the program of the Sudanese government. Stressing the government to send important laws to the House of Representatives.
    He added: We received good news from the Sudanese in legislating the oil and gas law, legislating the general population census law, the general elections law, and the budget law. There is a demand for the amnesty law, the slum law, the services law, and the revenue law. Pointing out that all these laws are important.
    He pointed out: Mohsen Al-Mandalawi ran the sessions with high professionalism and efficiency, but we need to have a president because we feel that any decision issued must have an imprint of all components. He called on the political forces to decide on the election of the Speaker of Parliament to proceed with the legislation of laws.
    He stated: Parliament is continuing to legislate laws despite the attempt of some to obstruct its work.
    For his part, Firas Al-Musalmawi, representative of the State of Law coalition, said in an interview with Al-Zawraa: The Iraqi Council of Representatives voted last Wednesday on the official holidays law, including the Eid al-Ghadir holiday, as it is an official holiday in the country. Pointing out that this matter has repercussions on the unity of the Iraqi people and the unity of its components across its various spectrums, and this contributes to confronting the discourse of sectarianism that was introduced to Iraq from outside it.
    He added: Its goal is to weaken the social fabric, but the House of Representatives, which represents the Iraqi people, was able to vote on a law that had not previously been passed. Emphasizing: The success achieved by the House of Representatives is a reflection of the aspirations of the Iraqi people, given that the House of Representatives is the representative of the Iraqi people who seeks to meet their needs by legislating important laws that concern them from the economic, political, security, social and religious aspects.
    In addition, a member of the Legal Committee, MP Muhammad Anouz, said in a press statement: “There are many laws that are still stalled in the House of Representatives. Some of them need political consensus and others need to be reworded from a technical standpoint.”
    He explained that “the suspended laws that are being read, discussed, and voted amount to more than 120 laws, the most important of which are the general amnesty, federal court, retirement, and oil and gas laws.”
    Anouz pointed out that “the delay in approving important laws in the House of Representatives is linked to political consensus, in addition to the delay in naming the position of Speaker of the House of Representatives.”[/size]
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