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  1. KDP: Baghdad-Erbil dialogue reaches advanced stages, solutions imminent https://shafaq.com/en/Iraq/KDP-Baghdad-Erbil-dialogue-reaches-advanced-stages-solutions-imminent 2024-05-13 05:24 Font Shafaq News/ The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) on Monday said that the ongoing dialogue between Baghdad and Erbil has reached advanced stages, with solutions to outstanding issues becoming increasingly attainable. KDP Lawmaker Shervan Sleimani informed Shafaq News Agency that "dialogue between Baghdad and Erbil is continuous, and the issue of salaries in the Kurdistan Region is progressing positively. There is good coordination and understanding between the two parties, which has resolved many disagreements and pending files." He stressed that "work is ongoing to overcome all differences between the two sides." Sleimani highlighted the positive signs emerging from the recent Baghdad-Erbil dialogue, emphasizing that "the phase of deep and difficult disagreements has been surpassed, and we have reached a stage of 'easy' disagreements that can be resolved through adherence to the constitution and the fulfillment of rights, in accordance with the political agreement." "Solutions have become possible and imminent between Baghdad and Erbil, especially in light of the commitment to the constitution and the principles of consensus, balance, and partnership." The visit of Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani to Baghdad last April received positive acclaim from government, parliamentary, and social circles, particularly after his announcement of reaching a preliminary agreement to resolve outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil. Upon his arrival in Baghdad on April 27, Barzani held talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, discussing the government's program, the implementation of political agreements, and resolving outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil, including oil, budget, and employee salaries. Barzani also participated in both the Coordination Framework meeting and the regular meeting of the State Administration Coalition, which continued late into the night. He reiterated the Region's serious desire to resolve outstanding issues with the federal government in accordance with the provisions of the country's permanent constitution. Barzani also held talks with the US Ambassador and the French Ambassador in Baghdad. Observers noted that Nechirvan Barzani's visit to Baghdad carried many "positive indicators" and generated popular optimism.
  2. The Presidency of the House of Representatives decides to extend the first legislative term for a month Thursday 09, May 2024 23:58 | PoliticalNumber of readings: 79 The Presidency of the House of Representatives decides to extend the first legislative term for a month (ninanews-com.translate.goog) Baghdad / NINA / The Presidency of the House of Representatives decided to extend the first legislative term of the third legislative year, the fifth electoral session, for a period of thirty days, based on Article 58 of the Constitution./End 9 To receive
  3. The House of Representatives decides to extend its first legislative term by 30 days Political Yesterday, 23:55 +A - A-A. Baghdad - The Presidency of Parliament decided on Thursday to extend the first legislative term of the House of Representatives for 30 days. The parliament's media department said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "based on Article 58 of the constitution, the Presidency of the House of Representatives decided to extend the first legislative term, for the third legislative year, in the fifth electoral cycle, for a period of thirty days."
  4. The House of Representatives decides to extend its first legislative term by 30 days Politics | Yesterday, 23:56 | The House of Representatives decides to extend its first legislative term by 30 days » Baghdad News Agency (baghdadtoday.news) +A- A-A. Baghdad Today - Baghdad On Thursday evening (May 9, 2024), the Presidency of the House of Representatives decided to extend the current legislative term to thirty days. The parliamentary media department said in a brief statement, received by "Baghdad Today", that "based on Article 58 of the constitution, the Presidency of the House of Representatives decided to extend the first legislative term for the third legislative year of the fifth electoral cycle, for a period of thirty days."
  5. We thank all the people that are interested and working toward this important topic for the whole country that will have a huge impact on the economy prosperity that is expending financial globalisation in Iraq. The department of the financial globalisation is created and given an important mandate, will be supported at all levels by the CBI This initiative is coming from the whole nation wiliness to change and to improve the national economy, and that is why we are planning to move forward the extension of the financial globalization in Iraq. This decision is coming from a strong collaboration, harmony, and agreement between the CBI and all the other country institutions and organisations especially the government represented by the prime minister who is taking the lead personally for this decision.
  6. Parliamentary Understanding to Extend the Legislative Chapter to Approve the 2024 Budget Schedules Economic News Agency - Parliamentary understanding to extend the legislative term to approve the 2024 budget tables (economy-news.net) Economy News - Baghdad Today, Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ikhlas Al-Dulaimi, revealed the existence of an understanding to extend the legislative term of Parliament to approve the 2024 budget tables. Al-Dulaimi said, in an interview followed by "Economy News", that "the current situation requires extending the current legislative term of the House of Representatives and postponing its recess for a month until the approval of the 2024 budget tables." She added that "the parliamentary finance committee is ready to receive budget tables and work on them as soon as they reach the House of Representatives." She continued, "The current legislative term needs to be extended to complete many important legislations for the coming period, including the schedules of the budget law for the fiscal year 2024." Views 98 Added 2024/05/08 - 1:02 PM
  7. Parliamentary Finance: A political understanding to extend the legislative term of Parliament Parliamentary Finance: A political understanding to extend the legislative term of parliament – Iraq News Network (aliraqnews.com) Last Updated: 8 May 2024 - 2:39 PM Baghdad / Iraq News Network - A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ikhlas Al-Dulaimi, revealed on Wednesday the existence of an understanding to extend the legislative term of parliament to approve the 2024 budget tables. Al-Dulaimi said in a press interview that "the current situation requires extending the current legislative term of the House of Representatives and postponing its recess for a month until the 2024 budget schedules are approved." She added that "the parliamentary finance committee is ready to receive budget tables and work on them as soon as they reach the House of Representatives," adding that "the current legislative term needs to be extended to complete many important legislation for the coming period, including the budget law schedules for the fiscal year 202
  8. It did not reach the Council. Parliament outlines mechanisms for dealing with 2024 budget schedules Politics | Today, 12:30 PM | It did not reach the Council. Parliament sets mechanisms for dealing with 2024 budget schedules » Baghdad News Agency Today (baghdadtoday.news) Baghdad Today – Baghdad Today, Wednesday (May 8, 2024), Member of the House of Representatives Aref Al-Hamami revealed the mechanisms for dealing with the 2024 budget tables, while pointing out that there are no legal obstacles and that the paths of solutions are available. Al-Hamami said in an interview with "Baghdad Today" that "after May 9, the legislative term of the House of Representatives will begin, noting that "until this moment the 2024 budget schedules have not arrived." He added, "The schedules arrived today or tomorrow, it is possible to extend the legislative term until the completion of the budget, but if it arrives late, the Finance Committee will work in terms of scrutiny and then address the Presidency of the House of Representatives to hold an emergency session to vote." He pointed out that "there are no legal obstacles and the paths of solutions are available," noting that "the Council is waiting for the 2024 budget schedules in order to know its items and proceed with voting on them according to legal mechanisms." On May 4, 2024, the Council of Ministers revealed the latest developments in the passage of the fiscal budget tables for the year 2024, while noting that the Ministry of Finance has not sent the tables to the Council until the moment. The Minister of Culture Ahmed Fakak al-Badran in an interview with "Baghdad Today", that "the Council of Ministers is waiting for the arrival of tables from the Ministry of Finance for the purpose of discussion and passage to Parliament for the purpose of voting on them," pointing out that "once we reach those tables we will be ready to vote on them." On Tuesday (April 30, 2024), Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani discussed with Acting Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohsen Al-Mandalawi the completion of the 2024 budget tables and sending them to a vote. Mandalawi's office said in a statement received by "Baghdad Today", that "the acting speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohsen al-Mandalawi met, on Tuesday, the Prime Minister, Mohammed Shia Sudani," noting that "the meeting discussed the latest local developments, and political efforts to complete the constitutional entitlements, by resolving the selection of a speaker of the House of Representatives." According to the statement, Al-Mandalawi and Al-Sudani agreed on "the need to complete the schedules of the budget law for the year 2024, and to expedite sending them to the House of Representatives for discussion and voting, because of their link to the lives of citizens and their focus on investment spending for new projects," stressing "the importance of integrating the work of the legislative and executive authorities and its reflection on the speed of approving important laws, and supporting efforts to implement the government program and steps to combat corruptio n."
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