Parliament postponed the vote on the law infrastructure half an hour for lack of quorum
01-10-2012 – 08:15
Presidency of the Council of Representatives decided, on Monday, the postponement of the parliamentary session of the 27 that will vote on the law infrastructure half an hour for lack of quorum.
The decision Parliament Mohammed al-Khalidi in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “The presidency of the Council of Representatives decided today to postpone the parliamentary session of the 27 of the first legislative term of the year legislative third is scheduled to witness the vote on the law infrastructure half an hour for lack of quorum “.
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives lifted, the first on Saturday (29 last September), the 26th session of the Council to Monday, after finishing reading seven laws including the Law on freedom of expression and of assembly and peaceful demonstration.
And decided Presidency of the Council of Representatives during the parliamentary session of the 25 held, in the 27 of last September, to postpone the vote on the law infrastructure to further notice, due to disagreements on some items, but decided to re-vote later to withdraw after the Congress of the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List, from session in protest against the re-vote, to raise Speaker Osama Najafi after meeting to postpone the vote on the law on Monday.
He accused the leadership of the coalition of state law on Alfalh, in the 27 of last September, parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi to “disrupt” the adoption of the Law of the infrastructure agreement with Iraqi MPs, noting that existing leader Ayad Allawi urged Iraqi MPs not to vote on the law, with student Coalition and Iraqi Kurdistan to vote on the law during the parliamentary session that will be held next Monday.
The MP for the Iraqi List, Mohammed al-Khalidi confirmed in 27 of last September, that his list would boycott the session to vote on the law of planned infrastructure Monday, unless changes are made, in order to be legally sobering to Iraqi funds.
He also expressed the Kurdistan Alliance, the 27 of September 2012, endorsed “in principle” to infrastructure bill, while stressing that the current version of the law does not meet the aspirations of the Iraqi people, called to determine the share of the Kurdistan region of strategic projects contained in the law.
The head of the Liberal bloc parliamentary Bahaa al internalized within the National Alliance, at the 24 September 2012, that there are two approaches politicians in project infrastructure, pointing out that the National Alliance with the law in principle, is regarded as the failure of the House of Representatives to approve the law before the holiday legislative will a thing of the past.
The MP denied the coalition of state law Mohammed Chihod, in the 26 September attacks, and there was no deal to pass a general amnesty and legal infrastructure.
He called Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, in (15 September 2012), during a press conference held at the parliament building on the sidelines hosted, to vote on the bill infrastructure, while stressing that the project includes removing excesses and finding solutions for bypassing, pointed out that he will be contracted with companies solid in the countries of Japan, Korea and China to implement infrastructure projects, as demanded by the House of Representatives to allocate $ 37 billion for the advancement of the country’s infrastructure.
The ages of Law infrastructure and service sectors witnessed louder dispute between the parliamentary blocs, forcing the House of Representatives on August 30, 2012 to postpone the vote.