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House of Representatives five finish reading the draft laws and submit to its next Thursday
Tuesday, September 20 / September 2011 17:45

[Baghdad - where]

House of Representatives voted in its meeting today held under the chairmanship of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi and the presence of 221 ​​deputies, the proposal of the Office of Financial Supervision Act submitted by the committees of integrity and legal when it ended the first reading and the second of five draft laws.

A statement by the Department of Media Council of Representatives received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "today's session began performing two deputies sworn namely Hasan Radhi Kazim force that has not led the right in the Council because of his Ministry of State for Marsh canceled and free seat in the Council and the Attorney Eifan Issawi who replaced the martyr Khaled Fahdawi MP. "

In paragraph voting to lift the immunity of MP Kazem Sayadi postponed Nujaifi vote to lift the immunity of whether or not the Attorney Sayadi to Monday next, while bringing a book official endorsement of the Supreme Judicial Council on the end of legal proceedings against MP Sayadi, "noting that" the Council to vote membership on the health of Jamal Hammadi Shiban Kilani, Ammar Abdul Hassan Ali because of the disruption of a quorum. "

The statement "read out after the vice provinces of Karbala and Anbar by the Commission on Security and Defense statement presented the condolences to the families of the martyrs of crime Nukhayb stressing that the enemies of Iraq's new, infidels and Baathists try to return the country back by igniting a sectarian war not for the wisdom of the religious authority, religious leaders, imams and preachers" .

He continued that "the House of Representatives denounced in their statement brutal crime, which affected the people of Karbala and Fallujah, demanding retribution from the perpetrators praising the position of the people of Anbar, to condemn this heinous crime," demanding "to seriously investigate and fast and not to politicize the issue and the importance away politicians from inflammatory statements and to emphasize the importance of the President of the Republic to ratify the death sentences issued in addition to the need to secure the security situation in the road between Karbala and Anbar provinces and to compel the media and communications to file lawsuits on the channels of inflammatory, as well as the formation of a parliamentary fact-finding about the details of the crime. "

Najafi, in turn, confirmed according to the statement that "the crime against killing innocent people and creating discord among the people greeting the blessed efforts by officials in the two provinces and the Prime Minister, adding that he was rid of sedition through the communications that took place."

For its part, condemned the Kurdistan Alliance bloc said in a statement that military force raided the house of a citizen of the Yezidi religion in the district of Sinjar in Nineveh province, killing one of his sons, demanding an apology to the people of the area in general and with the victim in particular and open an investigation into just about the circumstances of the incident, as well as compensation with victims. "

He noted that "the Council ended the first reading of a draft law revoking the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council No. 196 of 1984, sponsored by the committees of the oil, energy, legal, and that the forcing placed against the membership of boards of directors of the organizations, corporations and Arab and international institutions directly or indirectly to transfer at least 75 percent bonuses or allowances they are entitled to such entities in foreign currency, "noting that the bill comes due, as it represents the resolution of the arbitrariness of the rights of employees to the membership of boards placed against the administration in those mentioned and to give them the incentive to represent their country the best representation."

"We also completed the first reading of a draft law on ratification of the Convention on Economic and Technical Cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Republic of China (PRC) and the report of the committee of economy and investment, foreign relations and legal for the purpose of further development of friendly relations between Iraq and China."

And that "the Council completed the first reading of the bill's accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) of groups of Wild Fauna and Flora, signed in Washington on 3 March of 1973, which entered into force on 1 July 1975 and submitted by the committees of the relations State, Agriculture, water and marshes in order to regulate international trade in endangered species of groups of wild animals and plants from extinction, protect and monitor the traffic. "

The statement said that "the Council completed the first reading of draft law on ratification of the Republic of Iraq to the International Convention against the Taking of hostages and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and Human Rights of the importance of ratification of the Convention for the purpose of international community's involvement in the development of effective measures to prevent all work related to the crime of taking hostages and prosecution as a manifestation of international terrorism. "

He continued, "The Council completed the second reading of the bill and the Ministry of Women and Family Affairs by the Committee on Women, Family and Children," explaining that "the interventions of Representatives focused on the draft bill on the importance of making some amendments to the draft project in order to ripening a manner that achieves the purpose of the legislation."

For his part, MP Abbas al-Bayati, according to the statement that "the law is important to do justice to women and their enjoyment of constitutional rights," suggesting that "the ministry with the name of" Ministry of Women and Family Affairs and Children "for the interest rate of children in Iraq."

In turn, called MP Najib Abdullah to "make adjustments to the language of some of the paragraphs of the draft law for the purpose of ripening."

MP Qasim Mohammad Qasim has stressed that "the proposed law represents a breakthrough in a series of achievements of the Council as it aims to help women to advance their betterment," suggesting that "the law contains a paragraph shall develop cooperation with authorities and international and regional organizations."

For his part, MP Riad Ghraib to "the importance of the draft law includes a call to strengthen the educational role of women in family with the need to address the slack in the ministry."

And called on the Attorney Najiba Najib to "work on the draft law includes special film that a life of dignity for women and the establishment of a Directorate of Family Affairs within the structure of the ministry."

In turn, said Alaa Makki, "the importance of women's participation in the project will contribute to sustainable development as the development of women's reality."

She drew MP Mona Amiri said that "the bill that will help women have an important role in the community calling for seminars with relevant organizations, women's affairs in order to benefit from their feedback to the development of the reality of women."

While the names of the Attorney-Moussawi asked that "the focus of the ministry to women and to contribute half to lift the level of their reality and solve problems encountered in their careers and achieve positive discrimination for women as it bears the burden of many."

Expressed MP Maysoon al for "belief that the existence of a higher council for women to achieve the benefit of the largest segment of women to monitor the implementation of ministries to meet the rights of women."

For its part, praised the MP Safia al-Suhail on "the efforts of the Women's Committee will present it to the House of Representatives proposed a coordinate with the Ministry of Women to hold meetings with the various forces to mature the bill to the magnitude of the importance of" claim "to allocate a" quota "for women within the parties in order to ensure their participation in the political action. "

The statement said that "the Commission and in its response to the interventions confirmed taking into account the suggestions and ideas raised during the discussion."

He said "It was decided to adjourn the meeting next Thursday." Completed

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