Parliament will vote next Saturday on the amendment of the constitution to reduce the number of deputies

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Parliament will vote next Saturday on the amendment of the constitution to reduce the number of deputies

Post  Admin on Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:34 pm



History of edits:: 2016/10/20 15:29


{Baghdad: Euphrates News} House of Representatives held on Saturday for its regular vote on a proposal to amend Article 49 {/ I} of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq to the 2005 report by the head of the citizen MP Hamid vegetation.

According to a parliamentary source agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of it today that "the parliamentary agenda for the meeting includes a vote on a proposal to amend Article {49 / I} of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq in 2005 {submitted by MP Hamid vegetative}, and vote on the draft imports Municipalities Act, and voting in principle to a proposal of the fourth amendment to the law journalists Syndicate No. 178 for the year 1969 ".

"The table includes a vote on the wording of a decision on taking the necessary measures from the government to release the abducted Alaesideat and reconstruction of Sinjar and the subject of genocide suffered by them Yazidis, and vote on the formation of a joint committee on the subject of media reports accusing some senior Oil Ministry officials of corruption, and also includes a vote the draft abandon acquired nationality law. "

He added that "the meeting include an oral question to the Minister of Construction and Housing and municipalities by the Attorney Huda Sajjad, also includes the first reading of the first draft amendment to the law of amnesty No. 27 Act of 10.20.2016 the first reading of the proposed cancellation of the Revolutionary Command Council resolution {defunct law} No. 180 for the year, 1977, the first reading of the proposed law of the Federation of Iraqi parliamentarians, the first reading of the draft law regulating commercial agency. "

He said the "agenda includes a general topic for discussion regarding the follow-up to the water and the electricity issue."

It is said that "Article 49 / I of the Constitution provides that the House of Representatives is made up of a number of members at a proportion of one seat for every one hundred thousand people from the population of Iraq, representing the entire Iraqi people, who are elected by way of direct, secret ballot, and take care to represent all groups of people.


While the proposal seeks to reduce the number of deputies to increase the ratio of population to represent Alnwab.anthy


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