Parliament: the National Alliance, a past passage of the law infrastructure parliamentary majority
BAGHDAD / Baghdadiya News / .. MP for the coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, Wednesday, that speed up the enactment of a law of oil and gas has become a priority program of the National Alliance in the next phase parliamentary majority.
Maliki said in a press statement moved his press office and received / Baghdadiya News / "The National Alliance put in him his priorities quickly pass laws services that feed the interests of the Iraqi citizens and create a unified system of work the government's budget for the implementation of all projects was delayed because of political differences, including the law of oil and gas."
He added that "the enactment of the oil and gas has become an urgent necessity during this period to resolve all contentious points between the central government on the one hand and the Kurdistan region and other provinces oil the other hand the fact that delayed the creation of Blur and left the door open for all parties to endeavor has created a kind of chaos in this file is important ".
"The law completed all the conditions of approval and there is no longer any justification to postpone the vote after postponed for a long time because of the consensus that we believe it has become to have no value today and it has become imperative settled as soon as possible through the presentation of the vote."
He added that "the next stage became articulated stage to pass all laws broken, where we expect to pass all laws and service through the majority of political and infrastructure law, social security and retirement parties and consolidated."
Maliki stressed that: the National Alliance, a past with the rest of the national parties secured the option of a majority to pass those laws, "he said, calling the presidency of the parliament to" show those laws with the start of parliamentary sessions to be resolved through voting. "Finished / 21
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