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Parliament opens new legislative term to vote on three bills and raise its next T
Tuesday, June 18, 2013 18:57

[Baghdad - where]

Lifting of the House of Representatives its usual to next Thursday after a vote on three bills and read the other four after meetings resumed today after the end of the legislative recess after a long vacation for 35 days.

A statement from the Department of Media Council has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of "House of Representatives voted in its first session of the legislative term first legislative year fourth, which was held under the chairmanship of Osama Najafi, head of the House of Representatives and in the presence of 175 deputies today on three bills and finishing first and second readings of four bills. "

At the beginning of the meeting initiated by any of the Holy Quran Nujaifi called on lawmakers to "cooperate to accomplish pending laws in commissions through understanding, cooperation and put the supreme interest of the country for legislation important laws, stressing the importance of political understandings investment to serve the Iraqi people."

The Council voted on the "draft law on ratification of the Convention on training Iraqi security forces between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and NATO and the report of the Commission on Security and Defense due to the desire of the Government of the Republic of Iraq and NATO in developing the capabilities of the Iraqi security forces, including helping to build and rehabilitate professionally effectively and permanently" .

The Council voted on a draft law of the First Amendment to the order of CPA No. [87] for the year 2004 submitted by the committees of legal, economics, investment, services and reconstruction in order to accelerate the pace of implementation of strategic projects, which decided to refer to contractors or companies to implement them and not to delay direct in this implementation in the case of an objection until the decision of the Administrative Court and acquisition have become final and which did not specify the duration of time for the purpose of canceling the Administrative Court competent affairs complaints and disputes resulting from the granting of public contracts by the Corporation under the CPA Order now defunct No. 87 for the year 2004 and restore competence to the ordinary courts.

The Presidency postponed vote on the bill Training Center monetary and banking and financial report of the Commission while approaching the government to find out the reasons for request replies law.

And completed the Council vote on the draft law of the Fifth Amendment to the law of the State Council No. [65] for the year 1979 and the report of the Legal Committee because of what is being handled by the State Council of the important duties in the preparation and drafting of bills and account adviser to the state in the construction of opinion and consultation of legal and to increase the duties of the increasing number of legislations The inquiry and clarification before it and to increase the number of advisers and assistants and advisers development of the courts to eliminate administrative and staff spend in some areas to facilitate the process of litigation and protect citizens from the arbitrariness of the administrative authorities and the protection of the rights of the state and maintenance of breach of duties functional staff.

And decided the Presidency to postpone the vote on the draft law on the sale and lease of state funds and submitted by the committees of financial, legal and endowments, economy and investment in order to provide an opportunity for the committees of Awqaf and finance to reach a formula agreement graduated money Endowments from the funds of the other country.

On the other hand Council ended the first reading of the draft law on ratification of the agreement between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the State of Kuwait on the organization of maritime navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and the legal order to regulate navigation in the Khawr Abd Allah through the formation of a joint committee to activate and implement the provisions of This agreement and the development of joint plans for marine safety in the Khawr Abd Allah and other navigational and environmental issues for the purpose of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries, and respect the right of traffic navigational headquarters in international charters and conventions.

Decided to turn the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, hosting and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Minister of Transport Hadi al-Amiri in the Council meeting next Thursday to clarify the Convention on maritime and related activities and the relationship agreements with Kuwait to enable the Council to make the right decision on the agreements.

The Board completed the second reading of the draft law on ratification of an agreement to create a joint committee for cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the State of Kuwait and submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations and the economy, investment, health, environment, culture and information.

In the interventions of Representatives MP Hanan al confirmed "the importance of dismantling the files with Kuwait as the interest of Iraq out of Chapter VII."

The MP said Haidar al-Mulla "there was keen to re-organize the relationship with Kuwait and to avoid the negative phase of the past through joint Doblomase effort pointing to the existence of arbitrariness in compensation."

The MP noted the high Nassif to "a clear violation of the constitution concerning the conduct agreements or memorandums of understanding with Kuwait because of the passage to the Council of Ministers or the Council of Representatives."

As MP Hameed Buffy has "called for the strengthening of relations with Kuwait in various fields, including the parliamentary relations and solve all the problems."

For its part, drew the names of MP Moussawi said "the Convention do not include any diminution of Iraqi sovereignty or any benefit at the expense of the country, calling for strengthening relations with the Gulf countries on the basis of bilateral or trilateral.

And MP Walid al-Hilli support of the Convention for the development of fruitful cooperation between Iraq and Kuwait to the magnitude of the positive effects of future cover on the bad effects of the former regime's aggression against Kuwait.

And completed the second reading of the draft law on first amendment to the law of service and military retirement [3] for the year 2010 and the report of the security and defense committees, legal and financial.

In the House of Representatives called for interventions MP Mohammad Iqbal to address the issue of integration of militias into the security services and extend the work of those who have been reintegrated for 5 more years.

For his part, MP Bahaa al-Araji, "the importance of bonus has been integrated into the security forces for their efforts to fight the dictatorship."

The MP called Najiba Najib to "the inclusion of the Peshmerga forces of the law and give them rights to fit with their sacrifices."

Net MP Hussein urged to address the issue of the deceased who have been integrated into the security services.

For his part, praised the MP Mustafa nice to the importance of the inclusion of the officers working in the military before 2003.

The MP pointed Abdul Rahman Alloizi to the Iraqi constitution rejects discrimination which imposes equality former army officers by giving them indemnity, similar to their counterparts in the current army.

The prosecutor recommended Aziz Okkaily the need to care including Ringer regime what they have suffered in the past and Makedmoh of sacrifices for Iraq.

In its response to the interventions Committee confirmed that pensions for officers in the Iraqi army will be equal to the current officers of the former army pointing to add 5 years to come from the service in order to redress the slide that Garat regime and address the imbalance refer seniors to retire.

The Council also ended the second reading of the draft law on the First Amendment to the Law Foundation of political prisoners [4] for the year 2006 and submitted by the committees of the martyrs and victims of political prisoners and legal.

In the interventions on the law MP Mohammad commendable, "the importance of being a law contributes fairly the people of Rafha camp who have been subjected to great suffering to confront the former regime."

MP Sabah al-Saadi issue the Rafha of takers issues imposed by giving them equal rights of political prisoners from various parties.

As MP Khaled Huani has pointed to Kurds exposure to various types of detention and persecution in the sixties and nineties of the last century, which calls for inclusion of the law.

The MP said the Sudanese Nada that a lot of rights and privileges stipulated by the previous law did not give them to the beneficiaries only a small part of them, noting that the political prisoner is still suffering so much because of its difficult situation.

MP Hassan Abdul Nabi fairly political prisoners by giving them moral compensation and their full rights.

In while Rh MP called g-Mahdi to "reconsider the time period specified for the inclusion of political prisoners."

For its part, suggested Rep. hope Attia form a committee to reconsider the demands of the prisoners and prisoners who refused requests considered political prisoners.

The MP Abdul Tahir greens "need to adopt to justice are not taken to create a certain class in society in addition to the importance of the inclusion of patriots who have been imprisoned in the prison of [Click Salman].

In response to the interventions confirmed the Committee taking into consideration the observations and proposals of Representatives, pointing out that the inclusion of takers Rafha was based on the proposal of the Commission, noting that "the Constitution Select political prisoners in the Hakpti Baath regime only," asserting that "the existence of the parliamentary committee working on the enactment of the to compensate victims of genocide in different areas. "

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