Agenda of the session No. (22) Monday 25 September 2017

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Agenda of the session No. (22) Monday 25 September 2017

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Agenda of the session No. (22) Monday 25 September 2017September 25, 2017

First: Reading verses from the Holy Quran.

Second: Discussing the political crisis.

Third: Vote on the draft resolution on the subject of the third round and improve the rate. (Education Committee).

Fourth: Vote on the wording of a decision regarding the cancellation of the decision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, which prohibits the transport of the students to the universities of their residence. (Higher Education and Scientific Research Committee).

Fifth: Report of the work of the Committee of Experts to select the members of the Independent High Electoral Commission.

Sixth: To vote on the candidates for membership of the investigative committee regarding the abductees.

Seventh: Vote on the proposed law amendment of the law of the High Commission Independent Electoral Commission No. (11) for the year 2007. (Legal Committee). (3 articles).

Eighth: The vote on the proposed amendment to the second law of the Independent High Commission for Elections No. (11) for the year 2007. (Legal Committee). (6 articles).

Ninth: Complete the vote on the draft amendment to the Third Law of Governorates not organized in the region No. (21) for the year 2008. (Legal Committee, the Committee of Regions and governorates not organized in the province). (Remaining 11 items).

Tenth: The vote in principle on the proposed law to amend the law of elections of the House of Representatives No. (45) for the year 2013. (Legal Committee).

Eleven: Vote in principle on the proposed law amending the Personal Status Law No. 188 of 1959. (Legal Committee, Endowment and Religious Affairs Committee).

Twelfth: Vote on the draft law for the ratification of the Convention on the encouragement and mutual protection of investments between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. (Committee on Foreign Relations, Committee on Economy and Investment). (2 articles).

Thirteenth: Vote on the draft law amending the law of the union of accountants and auditors. (Finance Committee, Legal Committee, Civil Society Organizations Committee). (12 articles).

Fourteenth: First reading of the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage (Committee on Foreign Relations, Committee on Culture and Information) (Article 2).

Fifteenth: Complete the discussion of the draft law to appeal the interest of the law in the provisions and decisions on real estate ownership. (The Legal Committee, the Committee on Agriculture, Water and Marshlands, the Finance Committee, the Committee of Expatriates and Displaced Persons). (4 article).

Sixteenth: Report and discussion of the draft law on accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Grain Trade Agreement of 1995. (Committee on Foreign Relations, Committee on Economy and Investment, Legal Committee, Committee on Agriculture, Water and Marshlands) (Article 2).

The session begins at 11 am.


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Re: Agenda of the session No. (22) Monday 25 September 2017

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[ltr]The House of Representatives votes on a parliamentary resolution on the referendum and hosts the Prime Minister in the next session[/ltr]
[ltr] September 25, 2017[/ltr]
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[ltr]The voice of the House of Representatives in its twenty-second ordinary session, which was chaired by Dr. Salim Jubouri, the President of the Council and the presence of 182 deputies on Monday, 25/9/2017, a parliamentary resolution on the referendum in the Kurdistan region.

At the beginning of the session, President Jabouri recalled the lessons and lessons of the new Hijri year and the memory of Ashura during the month of Muharram al-Haram, which witnessed the revolution of Imam Hussein (AS) in defense of the truth and the struggle against injustice.

President al-Jubouri stressed that despite all the attempts and local and international movements to prevent the establishment of the referendum in Kurdistan, but the region passed by the Constitution, noting that the House of Representatives said his speech on the practice of unconstitutionality and lack of legal effect.

He called on the President of the House of Representatives to move seriously to take all necessary measures to protect the unity of Iraq, saying that what is causing concern and regret and will have a significant impact on the political process and will take all measures to prevent the occurrence of a historical lead to the division of the country, stressing the keenness of the Council of Representatives on the Kurdistan Region And its survival as part of Iraq and not to drag the Kurdish people to decisions leading to crisis.


Al-Jubouri pointed out that the House of Representatives is facing a historic position imposed by the crisis that wants to afflict Iraq and its stability and history, which requires the support of the government in making clear and bold decisions that maintain security, stability and partnership. A precedent on which to base the future.

The Council discussed the political crisis of the referendum in the Kurdistan region.

MP Ali al-Adeeb stressed that the referendum in the Kurdistan region is a serious historical event that will lead to the division of Iraq in a situation in which the Kurdish leadership has insisted on conducting it despite international appeals. He called for a decision on the membership of the ladies and gentlemen of the Kurdistan Alliance if they continue to boycott the meetings.

MP Salah al-Jubouri demanded that all legal and constitutional measures be taken to preserve the unity of Iraq and the people and ensure the safety of citizens as well as the need for government intervention to extend security in the disputed areas.

MP Zia al-Asadi said that the Kurdish issue is a problem that has lasted for many decades because it concerns the Iraqi political decision-maker who is facing the reality of the situation and working to address the consequences related to the disputed areas and the constitution. He pointed out that the American position towards the referendum is full of hypocrisy and deception, New to the United States.

The MP Ammar Tohma, the need to accountability and accountability of the referendum step in Kurdistan, a proposal to authorize the government to take all the measures and load the President of the Republic to carry out its responsibilities to maintain the unity of Iraq and the pursuit of financial accounts for the region and restrict the movement of air and land traffic in the federal government.

Abdul Rahim al-Shammari pointed out that the regional authorities in the disputed areas are forcing teachers and teachers to run the referendum process, forcing Arabs and minorities to participate in the referendum, calling for activating the decisions of the National Security Council and sending federal forces to Nineveh areas controlled by the Peshmerga forces.
In turn, MP Ahmed Taha Sheikh called for the importance of national consensus to support the government's actions to ensure the unity of Iraq.

MP Haji Kendor stressed the support of Yezidis for the unity of Iraq and its people, expressing the rejection of Yezidi areas to hold the referendum.

The MP Faleh al-Sari said local and international loans amounted to 132 trillion dinars, the share of the Kurdistan region, including 17% with the need to control the border crossings.

The MP Abbas al-Bayati, the keenness of everyone to embrace the Kurdish people and not to neglect it, pointing to the need to work on the reconstruction of liberated areas after the expulsion of an organization instead of resorting to the division of the country, pointing to the importance of issuing a parliamentary resolution is considered illegal and authorized the Prime Minister to impose A state of emergency in the event of a security disturbance in any area.

For his part, said MP Hamid al-Khudari that the time is not appropriate to hold a referendum in the Kurdistan region, calling for the Iraqi army to take over the protection and ensure the security of Iraq's borders and defend it and oblige the government to notify all countries and international organizations to deal with the Iraqi government exclusively and not deal with any party claiming to represent Iraq or part from him.

MP Ahmed al-Jarba stressed that there is no possibility of holding a referendum in disputed areas while its residents are displaced outside their areas.

MP Tamim pointed to the need to address all the authorities to hold the referendum and the House of Representatives to work on the imposition of the rule of law and have a position of the right wing, and called on the federal government to send federal forces to the border areas and disputed areas.

MP Khalid al-Asadi stressed that the referendum is totally rejected with the importance of taking a series of procedures related to the ruling of the Federal Court on legal irregularities.

For his part, MP Niazi Oglu, the return of Iraqi federal forces to Kirkuk and take action against the heads of administrative units who participated in the referendum and limit the overrun on the wells and oil wells in the province of Kirkuk.

MP Abdel Karim Abtan called for legislation to ensure the unity of Iraq and criminalize all those who exaggerate and consider Kirkuk and the disputed areas a red line.

MP Hassan Salem urged the government to intervene in the disputed areas, including Kirkuk, and take deterrent measures to face the referendum.

MP Raad al-Dahlaki pointed out the importance of forming a special committee to study the status of political partnership and develop effective solutions to the political process and study the reasons that led to the arrival of Iraq to the state of judiciary for processing.

MP Awatif Ne'ma warned of the consequences of the referendum as a clear plan to abort the political process in Iraq.

MP Faiq al-Sheikh Ali asked about the position of the Iraqi constitution in the event of the return of representatives of the Kurdish people to the House of Representatives, calling for a legal decision, not political.

MP Mahmoud al-Mashhadani pointed to the importance of fortifying Iraq's unity through a decision to adopt the historic settlement paper to preserve Iraq.

For his part, Mr. Turhan Mufti, representative of the government in the House of Representatives on the unconstitutionality of what is happening in the Kurdistan region and not deal with any action is outside the Constitution, noting that the Prime Minister is ready to have decisions in the government as well as other decisions will be taken in the future.

The Council voted on a parliamentary resolution on the referendum of the Kurdistan region that included the referendum by the authority in the Kurdistan region unconstitutional and contrary to the provisions of Article 1 of the Constitution as a guarantor of the unity of Iraq and oblige the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces to take all constitutional and legal measures to maintain the unity of Iraq and order the military forces to return And spread in the areas that were present before 10/4/2014 and control of the disputed areas, including Kirkuk and the extension of security and maintain national and social ties with the Kurdish citizens as a component of the components of the people Sophisticated confirmation on the implementation of the decisions of the Ministerial Council of National Security in its recent implementation Straetjh national reconciliation to give priority to the national identity of the Iraqi people and work to restore the displaced to their areas and create all the means to achieve this goal reconstruction in the areas affected by the base.

The resolution pointed to the need to take executive measures from the executive, legislative and judicial powers, including the removal of the governor of Kirkuk and the continuation of all the Kurdish employees in the positions and continue their work and ensure their security who did not participate in the referendum, and the government to recall the ambassadors and representatives of countries that have representatives to know their position on the referendum and closed The border ports that fall outside the federal authority and consider the goods from which smuggled goods and the return of the northern fields in Kirkuk and the disputed areas to the supervision and control of the Federal Oil Ministry and prevent any control of any s Of belonging to the Kurdish parties and prevent all operating companies now work and exploration in mixed and disputed areas and prosecute internationally and prevent the smuggling of oil and not be allowed not to export through the Federal Government to review all expenses sovereign and governing salaries and pensions of federal to Mozvien who participated in the referendum.

Mr. Jubouri then re-drafted the paragraphs of the resolution, which was voted on the contents, indicating the participation of Mr. Haider Abadi, Prime Minister in the meeting on Wednesday.


The Council voted on a decision submitted by the Education Committee in coordination with the Ministry of Education to allow the students of the final grades to give them the opportunity to take the third round exam and improve the rate for the sixth preparatory students.

The Council completed the vote on a decision submitted by the Higher Education and Scientific Research Committee, which includes the cancellation of the decision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to ban the hosts for the year 2016-2017 from transferring to the universities of their residence as other students.

The Presidency decided to postpone the report of the work of the Committee of Experts to select the members of the Independent High Electoral Commission to the session next Wednesday.

The members of the investigative committee were voted on.


The vote was postponed to next Wednesday's session on the proposal of the law to amend the law of the High Commission Independent Electoral Commission No. (11) for the year 2007 and the proposed law of the second amendment to the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. (11) for 2007 and submitted by the Legal Committee.


The meeting was then adjourned until Wednesday 27/9/2017.


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