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Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: The head of the parliamentary legal committee, Mohsen al-Sadoun, Saturday, and the existence of an agreement between the political blocs to pass the amnesty law, and a number of other laws during the current parliamentary session.
He told "tomorrow Press" that "the Commission awaiting the arrival of law from the government to parliament with a view to legislation," he said, adding that he "did not arrive from the government so far, but the laws contained in the political agreement, which was formed on this basis the current government."
As for the other laws, Between Sadoun that "the political parties law has read the first reading, and is now subject to a discussion of the political blocs for a vote," pointing out that "there is a set of agreed rules in the government program, including the National Guard, accountability and justice."
He continued, "All of these laws will begin during the current parliamentary session," explaining that "most of the political blocs agreed on the legislation but differing visions on some items, perhaps hampered by a little bit."
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