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Youkhana: there are objections on the integration of some of the ministries and will be discussed in a session next Thursday

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Youkhana: there are objections on the integration of some of the ministries and will be discussed in a session next Thursday



11/16/15



BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Private
Stressed rapporteur House Speaker Imad Youkhana, Monday, that there are objections from some lawmakers and officials on the integration of some of the ministries, adding that this subject will be discussed in the parliament session next Thursday, while noting that the general amnesty and the National Guard and the Federal Court ready laws to the vote only John differences that have prevented it.
Said Youkhana for "Sky Press," he said that "despite the support of the House of Representatives of the reforms carried out by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, but there are some objections on the integration of some ministries, such as the environment, human rights and reconstruction," adding that "there are agreements concluded between those ministries like the Ministry of Environment with international organizations on the environment Claims aspire to restore this ministry or transferred to the body. "
He added that "this issue will be incorporated into the parliamentary session for next Thursday to be discussed", noting that "the laws of the Federal Court and the General Amnesty and National Guard Jahkhozh to vote, but it needs to be the largest blocs of the vote as a consensus."
Article (78) of the Constitution under which the Prime Minister took a bold decision that "the prime minister is the direct executive responsible for public policy of the state, the general commander of the armed forces, the administration of the Cabinet and presides over its meetings, and has a right to dismiss the minister, with the consent of the House of Representatives ".
It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi pledged in the 11th of August to continue the current reforms and a covenant with the people, saying that "I will continue even if it cost my life."

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