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Economic demands parliamentary vote on the law infrastructure
Baghdad / agencies
Deciding the parliamentary economic committee, yesterday, the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to include infrastructure law for a vote, and included stringent regulatory measures to curb corruption, calling the National Alliance bloc to take a stand "decisive and firm" in the absence of law put to the vote. A member of the Committee the Hussein Mura'bi, in a press conference that "relying on the budget without a vote on the law infrastructure does not solve the problem of services for a variety of reasons." And that "no vote on the law of infrastructure will lead to lower the percentage of completion of the projects because of the elections and the delay that may happen in the formation of the provincial councils," calling Presidency of the Council of Representatives to "insert law infrastructure for a vote in order to solve the problem of service in Iraq." And added Mura'bi "Parliament can include stringent regulatory measures in the law for ensure surround corruption", calling the National Alliance bloc "to take firm and resolute stance in the absence of law put to the vote."
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