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Long-Presse / Baghdad
Hold the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Tuesday, the 30th of its first legislative term of the third legislative year, while the meeting will vote on the draft laws and a resolution, and the formation of a committee of state funds scrutiny since 2003, and to discuss three bills.
It said the information department of the parliament in a statement received, (long-Presse), a copy of which, "The House of Representatives will be held today, its 30th of the first legislative term of the third legislative year," indicating that "the agenda of the meeting includes a vote on a draft of Public Prosecutions Act."
She said the information department, that "the agenda also includes a vote on a draft second amendment bill to the law of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce No. 43 of 1989," noting that "The table also testifies to vote on the wording of a resolution on the abolition of the Council of Ministers' decision at its sixth session on 27 of September 2016 (reducing the purchase of wheat and barley prices). "
She continued the information department, that "the meeting will also see the formation of a committee of state funds scrutiny since 2003, and the continuation of the discussion of the draft general budget of the Federal Republic of Iraq for fiscal year 2017," explaining that "the agenda the meeting also includes the first reading of the proposed first amendment to the law of the Martyrs Foundation Law No. ( 2) for the year 2016 ".
And it showed the information department, that "the meeting will report and discuss the draft Commercial Agency Regulatory Act, and report and discuss the draft Iraqi Commission for the adoption of a law," stressing that "the table will also include a report and discussion of the proposed abolition of dissolved Revolutionary Command Council Resolution Act (180) for the year 1977".
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives lifted, on Saturday (8 November 2016), the 29th session of the first legislative term of the third legislative year to year on Tuesday, while the meeting witnessed the vote on the final accounts of Iraq for the years from 2008 to 2011, and the law of the Atomic Energy Commission, and the postponement of prosecutors Act.
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