BAGHDAD / Obelisk: The Council of Representatives, Saturday, its the 33, headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 215 deputies, the meeting is scheduled to witness the second reading of a bill defining the mandates of the three presidencies, and to discuss the new salary ladder.
The parliamentary source said in an interview with the local media and I followed 'Obelisk', the 'House of Representatives held its meeting under the chairmanship of the 33-Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 215 deputies', noting that 'the meeting will discuss the issue of the new salary ladder'.
The source, who asked not to be named, said: 'session will also include a discussion of the integration of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities with the Ministry of Culture, and discuss the subject of salt water in the province of Basra, and discuss the issue of entitlements peasants exchange'.
He stressed, that the 'meeting will vote on the ratification of the draft agreement to encourage and protect investments between the two governments and the Iraqi Albala Russian law, and vote on the draft ratification by members of the diplomatic and special passport holders agreement and the service of access between Iraqi governments Azerbaijani feature of the law'.
He continued, that 'the Council will read, during the meeting, the first reading of the draft law on ratification agreement on economic and technical cooperation between the Iraqi and Kuwaiti governments, law, and the first reading of the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the International Convention on the Law for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships of 1973, and the first reading of the draft Fourth Amendment to the Law of Civil Aviation Law No. (148) of the year 1974 '.
He explained, that 'the meeting will see the second reading of a bill defining the mandates of the three presidencies, and the second reading of the draft law of the letters and exchange of notes and minutes of discussions on the Japanese loan to Iraq signed on 25.5.2015'.
Referred to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives decided Wednesday, (October 28, 2015), the postponement of the parliamentary session scheduled for yesterday held the first Thursday, to Saturday.
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