Agenda of the session No. (20) Tuesday (28) March 2017

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Agenda of the session No. (20) Tuesday (28) March 2017

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Third Parliamentary Session

Third legislative year

Second legislative term


Session (20)

Tuesday (28) March 2017

First: Reading verses from the Holy Quran.

Second: General topic of discussion about the events of Mosul and the report of the committees (security and defense, human rights) with hosting the Minister of Defense and the Minister of the Interior.

Third: Vote on the draft law of the Iraqi National Paralympic Committee. (The Youth and Sports Committee, the Legal Committee, the Civil Society Organizations Committee, the Health and Environment Committee), (23 articles).

Fourth: The vote on the project of the civil holidays. (Awqaf and Religious Affairs Committee, Culture and Information Committee, Legal Committee). (6 articles).

Fifth: Vote on the draft law on seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime. (Commission on Accountability, Reconciliation and Justice, Finance Committee, Legal Committee). (Article 9).

Sixth: Vote on the origin of the formation of an investigative committee on the kidnapped and the following committees (security and defense, human rights, legal and from the deputies of the provinces to which the abductees belong Anbar province, Salah ad Din province, Baghdad province, Diyala province, north of Babylon and Baghdad belt).

Seventh: General topic of discussion on the security situation in Sinjar district and the report of the committees (security and defense, and regions and governorates not organized in a region).

Eighth: First reading of the proposed law for the operation of the first graduates. (Committee on Higher Education and Scientific Research, Finance Committee). (10 articles).

Ninth: The first reading of the proposed law on the protection of teachers and teachers. (Legal Committee, Education Committee), (15 articles).

Tenth: Report and discussion of the draft law of the first amendment to the law of general amnesty No. (27) for the year 2016. (Legal Committee), (5 article).

Eleventh: The quarterly activity report of the Higher Education and Scientific Research Committee.

Twelfth: Quarterly Activity Report of the Integrity Committee.

The session begins at 11 am.


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The House of Representatives hosts the ministers of defense and interior to discuss the events of Mosul and ends the reading of three laws

March 28, 2017

The House of Representatives hosted in its 20th ordinary session held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim al-Jubouri, Speaker of the Council, with the presence of 170 deputies on Tuesday 28/3/2017, the Ministers of Defense and Interior and the representative of the anti-terrorism apparatus to discuss the events in Mosul.

At the start of the session, President Jubouri pointed out that the civilian casualties in Nineveh call for attention and focus and careful examination of what has been done to find quick solutions, pointing out that talk about the massacre of the new Mosul does not mean never underestimate the effort and achievements of the heroic armed forces in the liberation and the professional effort In previous operations.

He called on the Speaker of the House of Representatives not to rush the details of the incident and leave the issue of inquiry to the parliamentary committees that will be formed to reach final results on the incident and the failed parties, noting the importance of protecting the lives of civilians in all circumstances.

President al-Jubouri stressed the absence of immunity for any party causing the deaths of civilians deliberately and the media to be accurate in the transfer of news and not to resort to excitement and the past at the expense of the facts and lives of people, calling for the province of Nineveh disaster, calling for the Arab summit to be held in the Jordanian capital Amman To double Iraq's support in the face of terrorism and increase humanitarian support with the importance of treating the victims as martyrs and providing treatment for the wounded.

MP Ali al-Mutawouti read out a statement on behalf of the Nineveh deputies about the Mosul massacre, pointing out that the brutality of the gangs was unprecedented in history, pointing out that what is happening in Mosul's Ayman needs a unified position. As was welcomed and supported the liberation of Mosul requires attention to civilians, expressing concern And the importance of issuing orders to the commanders of the field to use the shelling on any targets where civilians are present, with the importance of working hard to shelter displaced families and provide them with services.

MP Abdul Rahman al-Loizi issued a statement in which he pointed to the brutal crimes of the organization calling the terrorist against civilians in the city of Mosul, pointing out that the talk of an unintentional mistake led to the martyrdom of a number of citizens and this does not mean to harm the security establishment and its efforts to liberate the land, Responsibility for the unintentional incident and that the government should assume its responsibilities as victims and martyrs and that coalition forces would be careful to carry out military operations.

The Council hosted Mr. Irfan Al-Hayali, Minister of Defense and Interior Minister Qasim Al-Araji, and the Director of Intelligence in the Anti-Terrorist Organization to discuss the events in Mosul and the reports of the Security, Defense and Human Rights Committees.

In turn, Mr. Jubouri welcomed the presence of the Ministers of Defense and Interior and the representative of the Anti-Terrorism Authority.

For his part, Minister of Defense Irfan al-Hayali stressed that the ongoing battles of our forces have established strategic features focused on command and control and integration of forces. He pointed out that the ongoing battles were guided by the principles of clean war and liberating the man before the building despite the low morals of the enemy. Displaced people and confront the enemy.

The defense minister said that the armed forces liberated about 50% of the area of ​​the right side of the city of Mosul, stressing the concern for the lives of civilians in the battle, although the terrorist organization used civilians as human shields and booby-trapped cars, noting that initial investigations indicate that the person behind The incident in the new Mosul is an encouraging organization, stressing that there is no interest to charge against any party without evidence and will not delay in revealing the facts in front of the public opinion.

For his part, Interior Minister Qassim al-Araji pointed out that the battle of Mosul is one of the most difficult battles in the presence of the civilian population, pointing out that the security forces and the international support team are careful in operations, especially that the presence of civilians on the battlefield is not easy.

The Minister of the Interior stressed that the organization of Daqash makes civilians human shields and the killing of any civilian is painful for all, noting that investigations into the incident is continuing and the Council of Ministers sent a ministerial delegation to the Sahel to support the right of civilians and security forces in the battle, adding that there is no country in the case A war that requires parties to hold the security services accountable, indicating that any evidence shows that what happened was by the Iraqi forces will take all legal procedures, but the existing data indicate that a supporter stands behind what happened.

For his part, MP Abdul Rahim al-Shammari, head of the Human Rights Committee, read a report on the humanitarian situation in Mosul, explaining that the Committee has expressed since the beginning of the military operations in the province of Nineveh the concerns of the Da'ash crimes against civilians, noting that the continued operations of the liberation of Mosul exacerbated the tragedy Displaced more than 412,000 people from the city and displaced more than 173,000 people from the right-wing displaced people who were received in IDP camps.

The report pointed out that the security forces are exerting great efforts to assist the displaced people and provide assistance to them. He pointed out that the new Mosul neighborhood witnessed on 17-3 the arrest of hundreds of civilians in one of the buildings and the terrorist organization opened fire on the security forces, which was considered by the international coalition as a source of fire, The building and the killing of 263 civilians, appealing to the international community to help Iraq as it is going through a crisis and a fact-finding committee headed by the Commission on Human Rights.

The committee proposed issuing instructions to open safe corridors for the exit of civilians through the construction of a floating bridge between the two sides of Mosul and increasing the number of medical detachments and instructing the Minister of Interior to all civil defense departments to send cars to Mosul to rescue civilians and direct the branches of the Martyrs Foundation to compensate those involved. .

The security and defense committee followed a report on what happened in the city of Mosul, which showed the role of members of the committee in the follow-up of military operations in the province of Nineveh since its inception, noting that the new Mosul area was hit by an air strike by the coalition aircraft on residential houses, "The air strike was carried out at the request of the Iraqi forces and the terrorist organization has held the civilians as human shields.

The committee noted that there is coordination with the concerned security authorities to ensure the conduct of investigations in order to submit a final report on the new Mosul incident, praising the role of the security forces and the local government in Nineveh province in saving civilians and providing assistance to the displaced.

In the interventions of Ladies and Gentlemen, MP Izzedine called on the state to stop the use of heavy weapons on the right side until the military operations are reorganized and Mosul is considered a disaster city.

MP Ahmad al-Jarba called on the security services to erect a bridge between the two sides of Mosul to facilitate the crossing of displaced persons.

MP Mohammed Tamim stressed the need to observe the rules of engagement in residential areas and stop the rocket fire on neighborhoods.

And urged MP Hanan al-Fatawi to the need to follow the accuracy of the information and not to defend the position of the international coalition.

For his part, MP Hamid al-Khudari, the need to wait for the results of the investigation and to identify the reasons before the verdict and find out who caused the explosion.

MP Mohsen al-Saadoun called for forming a parliamentary or security committee for the purpose of being present at the battle site in order to monitor the legal aspect and the ongoing liberalization processes.

The deputy Ammar Tohma that the multiplicity of possibilities causing the bombing need to mandate technical committees competent high level of fact-finding and non-release of sentences in order to reach the real results.

MP Abdul Qahar al-Samarrai inquired about how military leaders avoid civilian casualties or avoid repeating such incidents.

For his part, MP Abbas al-Bayati on the need to accelerate the investigation and announcement of the results and cut the way for those who want to disturb the national row and rejected.

MP Ahmed al-Masari stressed the need to follow military plans to liberate the right side as the troops dealt on the left side of the city and not to use heavy weapons and aerial bombardment to avoid civilian casualties.

MP Abdul Rahman al-Loizi called for saving the victims and civilian survivors from the rubble.
MP Muthanna Amin called on security forces to protect civilians during military operations and not endanger their lives, pointing out that countries that believe in human rights are responsible for their mistakes.

MP Ghidaa Kambash said that the government's response to the magnitude of the tragedy in the new city of Mosul was called for continuing military operations to liberate Mosul while protecting the lives of the population.

MP Ali Shuwayliya proposed to donate one million dinars from each deputy for the purpose of assisting the displaced and wounded the security forces.

In his response to the interventions, the Minister of Defense confirmed that preliminary investigations point to the booby-trapped house where civilian casualties have fallen from inside and there is no evidence of an air strike, stressing that the directives are continuing to protect the lives of civilian civilians.

For his part, the Minister of the Interior stressed that there is no foreign soldier on the ground in the work of the Ministry of Interior except for the intelligence and air support teams, pointing out that the incident in Mosul is followed by an encouraging organization. He explained that changing the rules of engagement and not using heavy weapons Using weapons of all kinds without losing sight of the issue of accuracy in the face of terrorists and the protection of civilians and their lives.

For his part, the representative of the anti-terrorism agency pointed out that the organization of the preacher of the terrorist benefited from the lessons of the battles of the left coast and resorted to the use of civilians as human shields, noting that the international coalition forces dealt on the same day three-wheeled car bombs, but can not lead to such destruction.

For his part, President Jubouri pointed out that it is not possible to confirm now the results of the investigation on the Mosul incident, urging that the House of Representatives thank the security forces and the popular crowd and the Peshmerga and the tribesmen for their efforts in the battle and warning of the implication of tricks enemy and not rush to mention the details of the incident and left to the parliamentary committees competent The investigation, explaining that the enemy is fighting in its last days and is not unlikely to broadcast sedition between the sons of the homeland.

Mr. Jabouri directed the committees concerned to benefit from the views and suggestions of the ladies and gentlemen of deputies for the purpose of presenting a final report on the Mosul incident.

MP Majid al-Gharawi then read a statement on behalf of the Security and Defense Committee, in which he condemned the Iraqi leader Muqtada al-Sadr's threats. He called on the government to provide protection to Sayyed al-Sadr and prevent external interference in Iraq's internal affairs.

On the other hand, the House of Representatives ended the first reading of the proposed law of the operation of the first graduates submitted by the committees of higher education and scientific and financial research, which comes in honor of the extraordinary effort exerted by the first students and support for the scientific movement in Iraq and as a way to upgrade the public office.

The Council completed the first reading of the proposed law on the protection of teachers and teachers provided by the legal and educational committees, which aims to reduce the phenomenon of violence and assaults on the teacher or teacher inside or outside the school for matters related to the performance of his or her job or as a result and attention to the scientific level of education and health of the teacher and teacher, Important to the progress of the nations and their sovereignty and in order to take the school and its leading role in building society.

The Council completed the reading of a report and discussion of the draft law of the First Amendment to the General Amnesty Law No. (27) of 2016 submitted by the Legal Committee.
In the interventions of the ladies and gentlemen MPs, MP Abbas al-Bayati asked not to expand the areas of amnesty and coordination with the government to make the necessary amendments on the draft law.

MP Riad Gharib called for tougher punishment for those who committed abductions and not to allow them

MP Awad al-Awadi proposed holding hearings with the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Judicial Council to find out the results of implementing the amnesty law

In turn, the Committee stressed on the concern of the application of the law without the aim of making room for terrorists and the hands of Iraqi hands with impunity, indicating the follow-up law with the judicial authorities in order to make the amendment in a correct and legal manner with the tightening of sanctions against terrorist cases

On another matter, the President of the Council announced that the Presidency of the Council had set a date for 30-30 days to question the Minister of Health.

 However, the Council received a letter from the Ministry of Health stating that the Minister was prepared to attend the questioning session but showed that the questions were devoid of evidence and amounted to 26 questions. Presented to the Council and to the public opinion thereon, explaining that the Minister of Health suggested that the questioning be postponed until next May.

Al-Jubouri said that the presidency of the Council does not mind delaying the process of interrogation without the cancellation of the fact that the House of Representatives is determined to carry out all the interrogation during the current legislative term, stressing the continuation of the questioning of the Minister of Health by its date, reviewing the mechanisms of questioning of the President of the Information and Communications Authority, The absence of the presence of the interviewer despite postponing the interrogation process, explaining that the Presidency of the House of Representatives will include the issue of exemption of the Chairman of the Information and Communications Authority in a session on Saturday or next Monday.

For his part, MP Awad al-Awadi, the applicant for questioning, said that the questions of questioning were held by the Minister of Health for more than two months, expressing his refusal to postpone the date of questioning the Minister of Health.

It was then decided to adjourn the meeting until next Thursday, 30/3/2017.

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