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Parliament resumes its session today to vote on the law and the Martyrs Foundation hosts the Minister of Labour

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Parliament resumes its session today to vote on the law and the Martyrs Foundation hosts the Minister of Labour





11/21/2015 10:14



Baghdad - INA / announced the House of Representatives, on Saturday, he continuously during its 40th vote on the Martyrs Foundation Law, and to discuss the 2016 budget, revealing hosted today, Minister of Labour and Social Affairs and Trade Agency Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese.

It said the information department of the Council in a statement, "the Iraqi News Agency" has received a copy of it, that "the agenda of the session Al40alorteur held today includes a complete vote on the draft Martyrs Foundation Act, which initiated by the Council at a meeting last Thursday, and the vote on the first draft amendment to the law to compensate those affected Act as a result of military operations and military errors and terrorist operations, as well as the vote on the proposed annexation of the hospitality institutes to the Ministry of Education Law. "

"The agenda also includes the host, Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, and the reading of the economic and investment commission and discuss the draft general budget of the Federal Republic of Iraq for the financial year 2016 and to discuss the first draft amendment to the law of insurance on personal responsibility for the staff of government departments and public sector No. 47 Law of 1990 Law Report."

She said: "The meeting also includes a discussion of the draft law amending the Code of Criminal Procedure No. 23 of 1971 and discuss the work of the Committee of the Regions and governorates not organized in a region plan," noting that "the meeting begins at one in the afternoon."

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