BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: A parliamentary source said on Monday that will discuss the six proposals to amend the amnesty law, in the House of Representatives hearing on Tuesday, noting that most notably the failure to extend the law for convicted terrorism issues, and issues of counterfeit certificates.
The source told (Voices of Iraq) that "the six proposals to amend the amnesty law will be discussed tomorrow in the House of Representatives," noting that "the most important of which include the failure to extend the governed terrorism issues affecting national unity, except for those convicted of crimes against the American forces."
The source continued that "the law would not include the false document study, and the cause of obtaining the position of member of parliament or minister, or the position of general manager or assistant general manager, above, will also include members of provincial councils," adding that "amnesty will include the false document in the lower-ranking positions and will return to their work according to the testimony true, and commit to pay the difference paid to the public treasury. "
The House of Representatives will discuss, on Tuesday, seven laws, including the Amnesty Law, and the law has raised a lot of debate among Iraqi political blocs, especially between the State of Law Coalition led by Maliki and the Sadrists, despite the agreed upon at the meeting of Erbil and approve the first draft of before Parliament, as it calls for the parties to close the government to amend some of the paragraphs of the law that determine the categories covered by the amnesty or not.
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