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Parliament resumes its sessions tomorrow to vote and reading several laws

 


15-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - comment.PNG Add a comment -    Baghdad (news) 

Iraqi Council of Representatives resumes its sessions on Tuesday to vote and reading several laws, the most prominent of the Internal Security Forces Act. 

According to a statement to the House of Representatives and received the Agency (news) copy of it: that the agenda of tomorrow's meeting includes a vote on the proposed law on the First Amendment of the law of service and retirement of Internal Security Forces (18) for the year 2011, and the draft law on First Amendment of the Law Foundation of political prisoners (4 ) for the year 2006. 

The statement added: The table also includes the first reading of the proposed law to amend the House of Representatives Election Law No. (16) for the year 2005, and the first reading of the draft law on ratification of the cooperation agreement between the governments of Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the transfer of sentenced to penalties of deprivation of liberty. 

He continued: The first reading of the draft law on Iraq's accession to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, and the first reading of the draft law on Iraq's accession to the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects and the Protocols thereto, which entered into force on 12.02.1983 , and the first reading of a bill exempting Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects from taxes and fees. ' 

He added: It will be during a session tomorrow, the second reading of the proposed law on the Federation Council, and the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on the promotion and protection of investment between the governments of Iraq and Japan, and the second reading of the draft law amending the Penal Code No. (111) for the year 1969, and the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on Economic Cooperation and the development of trade between the governments of Iraq and the Czech Republic, and the second reading of the reform bill reviews and depositors.

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Amending the draft law for the Penal Code No. (111)for the year 1969

 

http://www.iccnow.org/documents/Iraqi_Valid_Penal__Code_EN_-_Hasan_Ukaily.

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Thanks Butifldrm,  All sounds good to me ... Let's get this thing done already !!!!! Pass those laws boys !!!! 

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At the ever slow and tedious pace [ even by Arab standards ] we low crawl towards our final objective.

 

Get it done - get on with it

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Parliament will discuss tomorrow amend the election law within the 12 projects on the agenda

MONDAY, JULY 15, 2013 15:30  

Twilight News / discuss and vote in the Iraqi Council of Representatives on Tuesday at its regular meeting on 12 laws, including a first reading of the proposal to amend the law on parliamentary elections.

 

7.jpgIraq adopted the open-list system under the "Saint Lego" in the provincial council elections in April, which allowed for small lists of seats in local governments.

However, the controversy arises between the political blocs on the adoption of this mechanism in the parliamentary elections to be held next year.

According to a statement to the House of Representatives reportedly for "Twilight News" The agenda of the meeting tomorrow includes the first reading of the proposed law to amend the House of Representatives election law No. 16 of 2005.

The State of Law coalition had resolved his position earlier today via its adherence to open the option menu and multiple departments.

This position came three days after the rejection of the Shiite religious authority Ali al-Sistani return to a closed list, which he described as "failed".

The parliament said in a statement that the meeting also included a vote on the proposed law on the first amendment to the law of service and retirement of the internal forces only No. (18) for the year 2011.

As well as the vote on the draft law of the First Amendment to political prisoners Corporation Law No. (4) for the year 2006. The first reading of the draft law on ratification of the cooperation agreement between the Governments of the Republic of Iraq and Saudi Arabia   in the transfer of sentenced to penalties of deprivation of liberty.

Parliament also being the first reading of the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. The first reading of the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects and the Protocols thereto, which entered into force on 02.12.1983.

As well as being the first reading of a bill exempting Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects from taxes   and fees. The second reading of the proposed law on the Council of the Union. The second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on the promotion and protection of investment between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of Japan.

According to the statement, the table includes the second reading of the draft law amending the Penal Code No. (111) for the year 1969. The second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention for Economic Cooperation and development of trade between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Czech Republic. The second reading of the reform bill reviews and depositors.

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The agenda of the seventh session of the House of Representatives for tomorrow
03:50:15 / 07/2013

Khandan - resumes the House of Representatives on Tuesday its seventh vote and reading a number of draft laws. said in a statement the Department of Media for the House of Representatives received "Khandan", a copy of it, that the agenda for tomorrow's meeting includes a vote "on the proposed law on the first amendment to the law of service and retirement of the forces only Procedure No. (18) for the year 2011, "and" vote on the bill the First Amendment of the Law Foundation of political prisoners (4) for the year 2006. " the statement noted that the meeting include "first reading of the proposed law to amend election law, the House of Representatives (16) for the year 2005. " in addition to "the first reading of the draft law on ratification of the cooperation agreement between the Governments of the Republic of Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the transfer of sentenced to penalties of deprivation of liberty." and includes the agenda of the meeting of the Council of Representatives for tomorrow, "the first reading of the draft law on accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety biogenic, "as well as" the first reading of the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects and the Protocols thereto, which entered into force on 12.02.1983. " and "the first reading of the draft law exemption of Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects from taxes and fees, "as well as" the second reading of the proposed law on the Council of the Union, "and" the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on the promotion and protection of investment between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of Japan "and" the second reading of the draft law amending the Penal Code No. (111) for the year 1969. " agenda also includes a session tomorrow, "the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on economic cooperation and trade development between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Czech Republic," and "the second reading of the draft reform law reviews and depositors."

 

http://www.xendan.org/arabic/drejaa.aspx?=hewal&jmara=15436&Jor=2

 

 

Parliament to resume regular session on Tuesday

Monday, 15 July 2013 16:40 | PDF | Print | E-mail

Baghdad (AIN) -The Iraqi Parliament will resume its regular session tomorrow, Tuesday to read and vote on a number of law drafts. 

A statement by the parliament media office reported "The session's agenda for tomorrow includes the vote on the first amendment of the Services & Pension for Interior Security Forces law, No.18 for 2011 as well as the vote on the first amendment on Political Prisoners Institution, No.4 for 2006, besides reading and voting on other law drafts." /End/

 

http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37749:parliament-to-resume-regular-session-on-tuesday-&catid=35:political&Itemid=2

 

Agenda of the meeting (7) Tuesday (16) July 2013

  Monday 15 July 2013

     

First: read verses from the Koran.
Secondly: the vote on the proposed law on the first amendment to the law of service and retirement of the internal forces only No. (18) for the year 2011. (Security and Defense Committee, Legal Committee). (Article 6).
Third: The vote on the bill the First Amendment to the Law Foundation of political prisoners (4) for the year 2006. (Committee of the martyrs and victims of political prisoners, the Legal Committee). (15 items).
Fourth: the first reading of the proposed law to amend the House of Representatives election law No. (16) for the year 2005. (Legal Committee). (45 items).
Fifth: the first reading of the draft law on ratification of the cooperation agreement between the Governments of the Republic of Iraq and Saudi Arabia in the transfer of sentenced to penalties of deprivation of liberty. (Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee on Security and Defense, Legal Committee). (2 items).
Sixth: the first reading of the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety. (Committee on Foreign Relations, Health and Environment Committee, the Legal Committee). (2 items).
Seventh: the first reading of the draft law of the Republic of Iraq's accession to the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects and the Protocols thereto, which entered into force on 02.12.1983. (Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee on Security and Defense, Legal Committee). (2 items).
Eighth: the first reading of a bill exempting Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects from taxes and fees. (Finance Committee, the Economy and Investment Committee, the Legal Committee). (11 items).
Ninth: the second reading of the proposed Law on the Council of the Union. (Committee of the Regions and the provinces, the Legal Committee). (18 items).
Tenth: the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on the promotion and protection of investment between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of Japan. (Committee on Economy and Investment, Foreign Relations Committee). (2 items).
XI: second reading of the draft law amending the Penal Code No. (111) for the year 1969. (Legal Committee). (2 items).
XII: the second reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on economic cooperation and trade development between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Czech Republic. (Committee on Foreign Relations, the Committee on the economy and investment). (2 items).
Thirteenth: The second reading of the draft reform law reviews and depositors. (Committee on Labour and Social Affairs, the Legal Committee, the Commission on Security and Defence). (54 articles). session begins at: eleven in the morning.  


http://www.parliament.iq/Iraqi_Council_of_Representatives.php?name=articles_ajsdyawqwqdjasdba46s7a98das6dasda7das4da6sd8asdsawewqeqw465e4qweq4wq6e4qw8eqwe4qw6eqwe4sadkj&file=showdetails&sid=10534

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NEW LAWS PEOPLE..LOOK...WOW..

 

http://www.microsofttranslator.com/bv.aspx?from=ar&to=en&a=http://www.iraq-lg-law.org/

 

Title Language Document Type Date Updatedsort icon
Instruction No. 1 of 1991 deposit  Arabic  Original Document  13 Jul 2013
Instruction No. 1 of 1991 regulating non-periodical publications  Arabic  Regulations  13 Jul 2013
Instruction No. 1 of 1991 regulating non-periodical publications  Arabic  Original Document  13 Jul 2013
Deposit law No. 37 of 1970 amending  Arabic  Law  13 Jul 2013
Deposit law No. 37 of 1970  Arabic  Original Document  13 Jul 2013
The Publications Act No. 206 of 1968 as amended  Arabic  Law  13 Jul 2013
The Publications Act No. 206 of 1968  Arabic  Original Document  13 Jul 2013
Revolution Command Council Decree (electrolyte) No. 351 of 1978 publication of decisions of the Ministry of the Interior conveyed in Official Gazette of district centres  Arabic  Law  12 Jul 2013
Revolution Command Council Decree (electrolyte) No. 351 of 1978 publication of decisions of the Ministry of the Interior conveyed in Official Gazette of district centres  Arabic  Original Document  12 Jul 2013
The law of ratification of the revised international health regulations (68) 2007  Arabic  Original Document  11 Jul 2013



If you open up a law, you'll see at the bottom there are more laws/links at the bottom of the pages. I don't have time right now to analyze these laws..so..anyone else...feel free. ;-)

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I don't see the HCL ... :(

 

You won't see the HCL until the formation and seating of the Federal Council.

THAT is being voted on tomorrow. THAT is the power sharing. It is my understanding that the FC is needed to ratify the HCL.

Ninth: the second reading of the proposed Law on the Council of the Union. (Committee of the Regions and the provinces, the Legal Committee). (18 items).

 

 

THAT is the Federation Council that we need. This, IMO is the most vital thing tomorrow. This will wrangle Maliki and his goons and ensure the power sharing amongst the provinces.

 

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I completely agree with you totalnewb..we will not see the hcl (and other laws) until the formation/ratification of the federation council.  This is Maliki's back door plan.."oh sure, I'll agree to the seven terms..here, I'll even sign it"..then he'll go through the judiciary to stop the enactment of the federation council, so he can stop hcl.   This guy cuts his nose off despite his face, over and over..Now he has the goi calling again to question him...they threat, he gets "squeezed" then he caves in on one more law, but not the ones the economy needs to really get going.  It's so aggravating.  IMO, we're not going to see anything until Maliki goes. This has been my position throughout this whole investment..everything out of his mouth is only lip service.  He's making too  much money through the back door.  

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I completely agree with you totalnewb..we will not see the hcl (and other laws) until the formation/ratification of the federation council.  This is Maliki's back door plan.."oh sure, I'll agree to the seven terms..here, I'll even sign it"..then he'll go through the judiciary to stop the enactment of the federation council, so he can stop hcl.   This guy cuts his nose off despite his face, over and over..Now he has the goi calling again to question him...they threat, he gets "squeezed" then he caves in on one more law, but not the ones the economy needs to really get going.  It's so aggravating.  IMO, we're not going to see anything until Maliki goes. This has been my position throughout this whole investment..everything out of his mouth is only lip service.  He's making too  much money through the back door.  

 

Yep. You are correct.

That is why the Federal Court act was argued over during the last Parliamentary session... it was State Law. The Do NOT want the Federal Council and they want Malikis puppets to remain on the Judiciary... what's that one Judges name... Mamoud?

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Yes it's Mahmoud and he's not seated at the head of the SJC any longer. The seated head is Humairi.  Also, I think people should know, it seems the members of the State Coalition, at least some of them, don't like Maliki and don't always vote with him.  Our best chance to see a further deterioration of Maliki's powers, is for the law of the provinces to become solidified, enacted and the regions develop laws to protect themselves from federal impositions under Maliki.  I don't know if Humairi is helping Maliki.  We just don't know how much his powers have been diminished in the courts, but I do know through articles, for what it's worth, that they've reshuffled the judges or placed new ones in the various judiciary depts.

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Yes it's Mahmoud and he's not seated at the head of the SJC any longer. The seated head is Humairi.  Also, I think people should know, it seems the members of the State Coalition, at least some of them, don't like Maliki and don't always vote with him.  Our best chance to see a further deterioration of Maliki's powers, is for the law of the provinces to become solidified, enacted and the regions develop laws to protect themselves from federal impositions under Maliki.  I don't know if Humairi is helping Maliki.  We just don't know how much his powers have been diminished in the courts, but I do know through articles, for what it's worth, that they've reshuffled the judges or placed new ones in the various judiciary depts.

 

Many State Law members have been changing their tune in an attempt to NOT go down with Maliki's ship. This is really good news. Good stuff. Thanks for posting!

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I completely agree with you totalnewb..we will not see the hcl (and other laws) until the formation/ratification of the federation council.  This is Maliki's back door plan.."oh sure, I'll agree to the seven terms..here, I'll even sign it"..then he'll go through the judiciary to stop the enactment of the federation council, so he can stop hcl.   This guy cuts his nose off despite his face, over and over..Now he has the goi calling again to question him...they threat, he gets "squeezed" then he caves in on one more law, but not the ones the economy needs to really get going.  It's so aggravating.  IMO, we're not going to see anything until Maliki goes. This has been my position throughout this whole investment..everything out of his mouth is only lip service.  He's making too  much money through the back door.  

So TBomb  Im confused are you saying that we wont see the HCL passed until Maliki is out?  Cause if that true it wont be until next year. Please explain..........Thanks

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MIT, I think what Tbomb is saying is that anything is possible.  If maliki has been called into questioning tomorrow and we see articles stating that he won't be there and the law of the federation council is to be voted on, then perhaps since he's not there it will pass.

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MIT, I think what Tbomb is saying is that anything is possible.  If maliki has been called into questioning tomorrow and we see articles stating that he won't be there and the law of the federation council is to be voted on, then perhaps since he's not there it will pass.

Thank you for clearing that up for me.............. :)

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