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    Parliament plans to vote on the Financial Management Act

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    Parliament plans to vote on the Financial Management Act Empty Parliament plans to vote on the Financial Management Act

    Post by Rocky Thu 22 Sep 2016, 6:35 am

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    BAGHDAD / JD / parliamentary Finance Committee announced the intention of Parliament to read and vote on the Financial Management Act.
    A member of the committee MP Ahmed Sarhan told / KD / The parliamentary committee submitted a financial management law to the presidency of the parliament for the purpose of discussion, noting that the agenda of today's meeting include the works of the first reading of the law and the second reading and then vote.
    He added that this law is one of the important laws of the state, pointing out that the Parliament will also discuss a draft exemption of foreign companies and contractors secondary law to foreign contractors in licensing rounds of fee contracts, in today's meeting.
    Parliament is due to hold its session today to read and vote on a number of laws. / End / 8 /




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