Civil society accuses the parliamentary legal stalling the law of parties
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad accused the head of the civil society institutions parliamentary Tavkh Ahmed Mirza, the Sabbath, the Legal Committee of Parliament to disrupt the law of parties through a change in the report, which was prepared on rewriting some paragraphs of the law.
She said Mirza for "tomorrow Press", "The Law parties have been forwarded to the Commission and civil society institutions after the approval of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and consult legal adviser has become part of our responsibility and away from the Parliamentary Legal Committee, "indicating that the committee" several interactive sessions were held with academics and specialists to formulate the law and submit the final report thereon to the Parliament. "
She added that "Head of the Legal Committee Mahmoud Hassan gave a second report and different to our report for complaining about the latter," asserting "get altercation between the committee and Mahmoud Hassan, which called on House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri to raise the meeting of the Council, to next Monday, and to postpone the vote on the law." lifted Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq, Saturday, Session 26 of the second legislative term of the first year, the day after tomorrow, Monday, in the meeting witnessed Hosting Interior Minister Mohammed Salem Ghaban and postpone the vote on the bill and the postponement of the second reading of the bill on political parties and the end of the second reading of the draft amendment law The first law to protect the mass graves.
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