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Parliament and the U.S. embassy discuss draft laws put up for vote

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Parliament and the U.S. embassy discuss draft laws put up for vote
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Parliamentary Legal Committee examined with a delegation from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad legal Federal Court and the Judicial Council said in a statement to the House of Representatives Committee Chairman Khalid Shwani met with a delegation from the U.S. Embassy to discuss some projects
Laws put up for a vote in the House of Representatives, in addition to discuss the mechanism for the selection of members of the Electoral Commission and the problems they face and try to find solutions commensurate with the provisions of the Constitution and the political reality of Iraq.
Meanwhile revealed agency Baghdadiya News for a certified copy of a memorandum of understanding to strengthen cooperation between Iraq and the United States and achieve economic development, political and social Almtuzana and integrated in Iraq and submitted to the House of Representatives to approve. Convention obliges the United States to provide economic aid and technical and humanity obliges Iraq, among other items, to provide facilities to the United States in these areas also awarded Convention officials of the United States without any restrictions or conditions the task of supervising the conduct of programs and projects covered by this Agreement and for a period Three years after the completion of the implementation, and the Iraqi government bears in turn have a responsibility to ensure the security and immunity installations used by the U.S. delegation entrusted with the implementation of any project, in addition to this agreement exempted America from all kinds of taxes on any goods and supplies or money and not the right of Iraq confiscated under any prosecution of the U.S. administration or any other legal action. Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq said security forces need to be developed and restore balance in its various institutions and added Mutlaq told Baghdadi News Iraqi army needs a lot of equipment and tools that support the system intelligence, and the evolution of training plans and to educate themselves, and accused al-Mutlaq United States not to concern the security agreement with Iraq, despite the escalation of threats and violations taking place in the country and what is happening on the Iraqi border with neighboring countries.


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