Parliament to vote on the re-integration of the ministries of health, environment and discusses the two bills today
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Iraqi Council of Representatives held on Monday, 34 of its first legislative term of the second legislative year, while the meeting will re-vote on the recommendations of a parliamentary committee on the integration of the ministries of health and the environment, and discuss the second reading of the bills.
She said the information department in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "The House of Representatives will be held, today, its 34th of the legislative term of the first second legislative year," indicating that "the meeting will discuss the recommendations of the legal committees, tourism, archeology, culture and information concerning the integration of the Ministry of Tourism and effects with the Ministry of Culture, and to discuss the recommendations of the two committees of legal and human rights concerning the abolition of the Ministry of human rights. "
The information department and added that "the meeting will discuss the recommendations of the relevant committees on the subject of salt water treatment in the province of Basra, and to discuss the recommendations of the Committee of Displacement and Migration and Health and Environment Committee and the Committee of Services and Construction and the Commission on Human Rights on the subject of the displaced, and follow up the implementation of decisions regarding dues peasants Exchange, re-vote on the recommendations the Health and Environment Committee on the subject of integration of the Ministry of Environment with the Ministry of Health. "She information department that" the meeting will see the second reading of the draft ratification of the Arab Convention for the organization of passenger transport on the roads between the Arab countries and others, and the second reading law a bill defining the mandates of the three presidencies. "
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq lifted, on Saturday, 33 of the first legislative term of the second legislative session for the year to Monday, while the meeting witnessed postpone the vote on the second reading of the law defining the mandates of the three presidencies.
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