BAGHDAD / obelisk confirmed member of the parliamentary legal committee Salim Chawki, Thursday, that the draft of the amnesty law is currently disabled to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives because of political differences, among that approval needs a political consensus.
Shawki said in a statement, said that 'the draft general amnesty law had been read a first reading and then was referred to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives', noting that' the law is currently disabled to the presidency. "
He added that 'According to the information that reached us from the adviser, headed by the Council, that the law by political differences, disrupting return it to us as a committee', noting that 'such a law needs a political consensus for approval'.
The House of Representatives ended, in (July 5, 2015) the first reading of the general amnesty law.
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