Parliament ends reading the law of the Central Bank and vote on the formation of the Committee on Tribal Disputes [expanded]

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Parliament ends reading the law of the Central Bank and vote on the formation of the Committee on Tribal Disputes [expanded]

Post  Admin on Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:25 pm

[ltr]Date of release: 2017/9/16 16:33 [/ltr]


 The House of Representatives ended its 19th ordinary session held under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri, Speaker of the Council and in the presence of 173 deputies on Saturday, read one law and voted on the committee of tribal disputes.

"At the beginning of the session, the Council voted on candidates for membership of the committee of tribal conflicts in the province of Basra, which included deputies Jabbar al-Abbadi, Amer al-Khuzaie, Amer al-Fayez, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, Safaa al-Ghanim and Mazin Al-Mazni and Jamal Al-Mahmoudawi and Tawfiq Al-Kaabi.

 The council postponed the vote on the candidates for membership of the investigative committee on the kidnapped to the meeting on Monday.

The Council voted on the recommendations that were submitted by the Committee of Civil Society Organizations, the Finance Committee and the Committee of Regions and Governorates that are not organized in the region and the Services and Construction Committee after hosting the Governor of Baghdad and members of the Provincial Council, which included follow-up with the Office of the Prime Minister and the Advisory Board on finding financial sources to complete the implementation of projects And to follow up the implementation of policies and strategies that concern the province, whether economic or financial or other and to report to the Integrity Commission to hold accountable for the waste of public money and damage occurred in the province.

 Then Ahmed Taha read out a statement on behalf of the deputies of the provinces of Dhi Qar and Basra denounced the terrorist crime that targeted innocent civilians in the city of Nasiriyah, pointing out that the crime comes in the context of the defeat of terrorists by the brave security forces, declaring solidarity with the families of the victims of the tragic Dhi Qar, The establishment of a funeral board in the House of Representatives.

 The statement called on the Presidency of the Republic to speed up the signing of decrees to implement the death sentences against the depositors in the prisons of Dhi Qar province and to follow up with the competent authorities to track the criminals and those who helped them and the rows and the unity to meet the challenges as well as work on the development of external roads and the provision of security forces to protect them and take the necessary administrative procedures and The competent committees to follow up the procedures of entitlements of the families of the martyrs, the wounded and the affected, calling for the return of their sons from the forces involved in the liberation to protect the roads.

 MP Mona Gharabi followed a statement condemning the treacherous terrorist incident in the province of Dhi Qar, pointing out the importance of taking quick and urgent measures to uncover the circumstances of the incident, calling for future plans to ward off risks from safe areas, protect civilians and provide the province with advanced equipment.

 The deputies read Al-Fatihah, a tribute to the souls of martyrs of terrorist action in the province of Dhi Qar.

The Presidency decided to postpone the vote on the proposed law of the Media and Communications Commission submitted by the committees of culture, information, legal, financial, services and ages.

The Presidency postponed both the vote in principle on the proposed amendment to the law of elections of the House of Representatives No. 45 of 2013, submitted by the Legal Committee and vote in principle on the proposal to amend the Personal Status Law No. 188 of 1959 and submitted by the legal committees and endowments and religious affairs.

 For his part, praised the President of the Council the role of a committee of experts to select the members of the Board of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission for the efforts made during the election of members of the Electoral Commission

 Mr. al-Jubouri also thanked the heads of blocs and a number of deputies who participated in dialogue with the Kurdish blocs, praising their role in resolving differences and unifying the situation within the sessions.

 The deputy MP Abdul Rahim al-Shammari issued a statement on the suspension of salaries of employees of the province of Nineveh under the pretext of security checks, which increased the suffering of the families of the province, calling for the fairness of the staff who contributed to the return of life and official circles to work, demanding the government to pay their salaries immediately.

The Council concluded the reading of the report and discussion of the draft law of the second amendment to the law of the Central Bank of Iraq issued Order No. 56 of 2004 on the authority of the Coalition Provisional dissolved and submitted by the Committees Finance, Economy and Investment.

In the interventions of Ladies and Gentlemen, MP Riad Gharib called for the cancellation of the CPA order and the submission of a new draft law, in addition to the need for the independence of the Central Bank and the status of reserves in Swiss banks to maintain it.

MP Hanan Al-Fatlawi called for reforming the mechanisms of the Central Bank's work and for separating the overlap with the Ministry of Finance.

MP Abbas al-Bayati called for determining the years of service for legal experts and allowing the sale and circulation of gold coins.

MP Ammar al-To'maa asks about the extent of the guarantees put in place to protect the investment from loss.

In its response to the interventions, the Committee stressed the importance of the proposals submitted, including the need for independence of the work of the Central Bank and the development of paragraphs encouraging investment, noting taking into account the proposals submitted for the draft law.

 Al-Jubouri drew the vote on the draft law on the elections of provincial and district councils and the proposed law of the second amendment to the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007 and the proposed law to amend the law of the High Commission Independent Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007 and submitted by the Legal and Vote Committee Report of the Committee of Experts on members The Electoral Commission in the session on Monday next, stressing the ability of the House of Representatives to resolve the draft proposals and bills of disagreement, noting that the meeting on Monday next will see the absence of ladies and gentlemen MPs and the procedure  T taken against them according to the rules of procedure in addition to determining the timings for the dates of interrogations and oral questions.

 It was then decided to adjourn the meeting until Monday 18/9/2017[/ltr]


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