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    Heads of parliamentary blocs agree on the adoption of the law of the Federal Court hearing on Monday

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    Heads of parliamentary blocs agree on the adoption of the law of the Federal Court hearing on Monday Empty Heads of parliamentary blocs agree on the adoption of the law of the Federal Court hearing on Monday

    Post by rocky Wed 03 Jul 2013, 7:09 pm

    Heads of parliamentary blocs agree on the adoption of the law of the Federal Court hearing on Monday



    03/07/2013 - 17:58 | Source:

    Editor: Ammar al-Ani
    Side of the meeting of the heads of blocs today

    Alsumaria News / Baghdad
    Iraqi Council of Representatives announced Wednesday that the heads of parliamentary blocs held a meeting to discuss the speedy vote on a number of important laws, noting that the conferees agreed to pass a law of the Federal Court during a session next Monday.

    The council said in a statement posted today on his official website, and seen "Alsumaria News", he said, "Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi headed, today, a meeting of representatives of parliamentary blocs and heads of the committees in the House of Representatives to discuss the speedy vote on a number of important laws," noting "Najafi stressed in his speech during the meeting hall of the Constitutional Council, the importance of intensifying meetings and negotiations between the heads of the committees and leaders of parliamentary blocs to reach a consensus on a number of laws that are still Off."

    The Council added that "the meeting discussed a number of important draft laws, most notably the law of the Federation Council and the law of the Federal Supreme Court and the law of elections for the House of Representatives and the law banning the Baath party and activities takfirist and terrorist bill the first amendment to the law of the accountability and justice," adding that he "discussed the Act to amend the Penal Code and amend the Code of Criminal Procedure and the draft law on confiscation of movable and immovable property. "

    The Council stressed that "the conferees discussed the special grades of civil and military appointees agency after the ninth of April 2003, and the bill abolishing the changes are not fair to the administrative boundaries of the provinces, districts and areas all parties law and the law of Communications and Informatics and the law of infrastructure."

    He said the Council that "the conferees agreed to approve the draft law of the Federal Court, and a second reading of the draft law on the Council of the Federation and the first reading of the election law, the House of Representatives during the session next Monday," adding that he "will be the inclusion of a number of important laws for the first reading during the coming sessions, while will be presented again in the event of the end of the relevant committees of إنضاجها and make the necessary adjustments. "

    It is noteworthy that the Iraqi Council of Representatives to vote on the draft law of the Federal Supreme Court more than once, because of political differences on some of its paragraphs. 

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