House of Representatives held its 17-chaired by Najafi and the presence of 222 deputies
August 28, 2012 09:06 GMT
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The Council of Representatives, on Tuesday, its regular headed by Osama Najafi and the presence 222 deputies, as he emphasized that a parliamentary source that the Council will discuss the four draft laws as well as on the subject of oil pipelines passing within the city of Babylon archaeological. source said in an interview for “Alsumaria News “,”
The House of Representatives held today, its regular 17-of the first legislative term of the year the second legislative headed Speaker Osama Najafi and the presence 222 deputies, “noting that” the meeting will first reading of the draft law on ratification agreement amending the Convention on the establishment of Arab Shipbuilding and Repair ships approved under Act No. 58 of 1974. “
said the source, who asked not to be named, said “the meeting will also second reading of the proposed law the First Amendment to the Law Office of Financial Supervision No. 31 of 2011,” noting that “the meeting will also second reading the proposed law First Amendment of the Act board Integrity No. 30 for the year 2011. “
The source explained that “the meeting will also include second reading of the draft law on ratification TIR Convention of people and goods between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,” adding that “the Council will also discuss the recommendations of the Tripartite Commission charged subject of oil pipelines passing within the city of Babylon archaeological. “
It was a parliamentary source said, on Monday (27 August now), that the Iraqi parliament will resume on Tuesday held its regular discussion four draft laws as well as on the subject of oil pipelines passing within the city of Babylon archaeological . noteworthy that the Iraqi parliament, raising its 16 and held in (7 August now) to Tuesday (28 August now), having seen the second reading of three draft laws and vote on a resolution condemning crimes committed against Muslims in Burma, as has been postponed voting Four legal bills notably the Supreme Judicial Council and the Federal Supreme Court.