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Release date: 2017/9/19 10:10 • 76 times set
Parliament votes today to amend the law of the Electoral Commission and the report of experts
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The House of Representatives on Tuesday holds its regular session to vote on a number of bills.
The agenda of the session includes "the vote on the proposed law to amend the law of the High Commission for the Independent High Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007, and presented the report of the work of the Committee of Experts to select the members of the Electoral Commission for elections, and vote on the proposed law of the second amendment to the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007" . It also includes "voting on the candidates of the investigative committee for the kidnapped, completing the vote on the draft amendment of the Third Law of Governorates not organized in the region No. 21 of 2008, and vote in principle on the proposed law to amend the law of elections of the Council of Representatives No. 45 of 2013.

It also includes "voting in principle on the proposed amendment of the Personal Status Law No. 188 of 1959, voting on the draft law on the ratification of the mutual encouragement and protection of investments between the government of the Republic of Iraq and the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran." "The vote on the wording of a resolution on the subject of the third round and the improvement of the rate, and vote on the wording of a decision on the cancellation of the decision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, which prohibits the transfer of transport to the universities of their homes."
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Parliament votes today on the second amendment to the law of the Electoral Commission

 

 Since 2017-09-19 at 10:25 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad - Mawazine News

The House of Representatives, Tuesday, its regular session to vote on the proposed law to amend the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission.

The Information Service of the Council in a statement received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, "The Parliament holds its meeting, today, the vote on the proposal to amend the law of the High Commission Independent Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007. (Legal Committee) (3 article) In addition to the report of the work of the Committee of Experts to select the members of the Electoral Commission for elections.

The statement added that "the meeting also includes a vote on the proposed law of the second amendment to the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. (11) for the year 2007 (the legal committee) (6 article), and vote on candidates for membership of the investigative committee on the kidnapped.

He added that "Parliament will also complete the vote on the draft amendment to the third law of the provinces 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 articles), in addition to voting in principle as well (Law Committee), and vote in principle on the proposed law amending the Personal Status Law No. (188) for the year 1959 (the Legal Committee, the Endowment and Religious Affairs Committee).

The statement pointed out that "the meeting will also vote on the draft law on 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, the Committee on Economy and Investment) (2 article) and vote on the draft law amending the law of the Association of Accountants and Auditors. (Finance Committee, Legal Committee, Civil Society Institutions Committee) (12 Articles) ".

He explained that "during the session, the vote on the wording of a resolution on the subject of the third round and the improvement of the rate (the Education Committee) will also be voted on and the decision will be taken on the cancellation of the decision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to ban the transportation of students to their universities."

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Parliament holds its session in the presence of 170 deputies

 

 Since 2017-09-19 at 13:01 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

The House of Representatives held on Tuesday its regular session chaired by its chairman Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 170 deputies.

A parliamentary source told Mawazine News that "the Council held, today noon, its 21st meeting under the chairmanship of its chairman Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 170 deputies."

The session is due to see a vote on a number of important laws

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Editorial date: 2017/9/19 13:05 • 41 times read
Jubouri: Parliament seeks efforts to ensure return of security and stability to Nineveh
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri that the parliament seeks to make efforts to ensure the return of security and stability to the province of Nineveh through a number of legislation and laws.
A statement of his office received the agency {Euphrates News} copy of it today that "Jubouri received in his office, on Tuesday a delegation of a number of elders and elders of the tribes of the district of Al-Ajaj, in the presence of a number of deputies." Al-Jubouri listened to a detailed explanation of the situation in the district of Al-Baaj and the entire Nineveh province after it was liberated from the control of the terrorist organization, where the service and security situation was reviewed. He stressed the importance of uniting all efforts to overcome the obstacles that prevent the return of life to normal in the province, which suffered greatly during the control of terrorism.
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Release Date: 2017/9/19 13:37 • 25 times read
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} Parliament began the process of secret voting on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission.
The vote includes "supporting the judges' proposal" or "endorsing the names of the committee of experts". Otherwise, the extension of the current work of the Commission will be voted on
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Urgent: the stream of wisdom and civil coalition withdraw from the parliament session and reason !!

19-09-2017 01:29 PM
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A parliamentary source said on Tuesday that the wisdom movement and the civil coalition withdrew from the parliament session because of the vote on the Commission.

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Deputy reveals efforts to pass the new candidates to the Board of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission

 

 Since 2017-09-19 at 13:55 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

Deputy National Alliance Hilal Sahlani, on Tuesday, the efforts to pass the new candidates to the Board of Commissioners of the Electoral Commission.

"The large blocs represented by influential political parties seek to pass the vote on the new candidates to the Board of Commissioners and to justify the work of the Committee of Experts that was in accordance with the criteria of transparency and democracy contrary to reality," Sahlani said in a statement received by Mawazine News.

He added that "these same bodies nominated the nine names and press the deputies to pass the vote, the same bodies that excluded the independent candidates and qualified people during the interview and evaluation and paid candidates Almtazibin."

The Sahlani pointed out that "the new commission will not be better than the current commission and even worse in the case of the insistence of the blocks to pass the nine names," echoing saying "are the same bodies that defend the Committee of Experts and shine the first work to move the Commission to allocate quotas serve the interests of those blocks and "Ending 29 / a 43

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Date of release: 2017/9/19 14:07 • 10 times read
Deputy: Political parties seeking to pass the vote on the new candidates of the Commission after the exclusion of independents and people with competencies
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) MP of the National Alliance Hilal Sahlani said that the large blocs represented by political parties are seeking to pass the vote on the new candidates to the Board of Commissioners and justify the work of the Committee of Experts that it was in accordance with the criteria of transparency and democracy, which is contrary to reality.
He said in a press statement that "these same bodies nominated the nine names and pressure on the deputies to pass the vote, the same bodies that excluded the independent candidates and qualified people during the stages of the interview and evaluation and paid candidates Almtzibin." He added that "the new commission will not be better than the current commission and even worse in the case of the insistence of the blocks to pass the nine names." He continued, "They are the same bodies that defend the Committee of Experts and shine the first of its work in order to proceed with the Commission allocated to serve the interests of those blocs and entities." The House of Representatives during its regular session today the process of secret voting on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission. The vote includes "supporting the judges' proposal" or "endorsing the names of the committee of experts". Otherwise, the extension of the current work of the Commission will be voted on
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Parliament extends the work of the Electoral Commission 30 days and raises its meeting for the next Monday

 

 Since 2017-09-19 at 14:36 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

The Council of Representatives decided on Tuesday to extend the work of the Electoral Commission 30 days, while raising its meeting to next Monday.

A parliamentary source told Mawazine News that "the Council decided during its regular session held today, to extend the work of the Electoral Commission 30 days."

The source added that "the parliament raised its meeting until next Monday."

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Release Date: 2017/9/19 14:40 • 7 times read
Extension of the work of the Commission for a month and raise the session of parliament for next Monday
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
The House of Representatives decided to extend the work of the Electoral Commission for a month and announced the lifting of its meeting for next Monday .. Follow
 
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Details of the "battle" under the dome of the parliament between Jubouri and Sheikh Ali

19-09-2017 02:31 PM
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The speech broke out under the dome of the parliament, on Tuesday, between MP Faiq Sheikh Ali and the Presidency of Parliament on the vote on the Electoral Commission. A parliamentary source said in a press statement that "the session of the parliament held today, there has been a verbal argument between MP Faiq Sheikh Ali and the Presidency of Parliament on the vote on the Electoral Commission and the demand for the election of new commissioners." The source, who asked not to be named, said that "the House of Representatives held secret voting or reconsideration of the vote," pointing out that "the opposition objected to the decision of the judiciary and left some of the deputies of the civil coalition and the alliance of forces and the stream of wisdom to break the quorum, but the quorum continued to complete the vote Secret ".

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URGENT: Suspicion of secret vote in parliament with unqualified quorum

19-09-2017 02:36 PM
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A secret parliamentary vote on the commission ended shortly, a parliamentary source said Tuesday. The source said in a statement to the 'Baghdad News', that the parliament closed the secret vote on the Commission ended a little earlier with a total of 139 votes and the quorum is not verified. The source, who asked not to be named, said the parliament had canceled the secret vote for the lack of quorum and not to announce the result. He explained that the Presidency of the parliament adjourned the meeting to Monday, 25 September 2017.

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They Voted to Postpone till next Monday, Just to close to the weekend to do anything. Lack of Quorum  What a Joke, 

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The House of Representatives publishes the names of the ladies and gentlemen participating in the voting on the members of the Electoral Commission

 

The 21st session of the House of Representatives held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim Jubouri, the President of the Council on Tuesday 19/9/2017 voted 139 deputies on two options, including the first with the Committee of Experts to choose the Board of Commissioners, the second proposal for the appointment of judges The President of the Council stressed the importance of publishing the names of ladies and gentlemen who vote Discharge.

 

For the names click on the link (   names of ladies and gentlemen participating in the voting on members of the Electoral Commission   )

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The House of Representatives discusses the vote on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission

 

The House of Representatives in its twenty-first ordinary session held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim Jubouri, President of the Council and the presence of 170 deputies on Tuesday, 19/9/2017 vote on the selection of members of the Independent High Electoral Commission. At the outset of the meeting, President al-Jubouri stressed the importance of speeding up the issue of choosing a new electoral commission to move forward the timing of the upcoming elections, noting that the presidency of the Council is keen to discharge its duties on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission and openness to all ideas and proposals for a compromise solution. The Speaker of the House of Representatives presented to the ladies and gentlemen the options on the Electoral Commission, which is limited to approving the adoption of judges in the membership of the Board of Commissioners or approval of the report of the work of the Committee of Experts as a whole and in the absence of approval of the two options will be extended the work of the Independent High Electoral Commission for the current elections.


The President of the Council asked the ladies and gentlemen to abide by the meeting in order to vote on the options presented. The council resorted to a secret ballot to choose between the adoption of the judges and the report of the work of the committee of experts to select the members of the Independent Electoral Commission for elections, but the disruption of the quorum after the vote of 139 deputies led to the cancellation of the voting process and not to announce the result. For his part, President al-Jubouri announced the discharge of the House of Representatives through the publication of the names of ladies and gentlemen MPs and to inform everyone that all options during the session were on the table, noting that the House of Representatives will be forced to extend the work of the current election commission for a month because there is no quorum necessary to reach One of the options is choosing between judges or choosing a new election commission.


The Presidency decided to postpone the vote on both the proposed law amendment of 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 the year 2007 and submitted by the Legal Committee. The meeting was then adjourned to Monday, 25 September 2017. The Iraqi Council of Representatives 19/9/2017

 

http://ar.parliament.iq/2017/09/19/مجلس-النواب-يناقش-التصويت-على-اختيار-ا/

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Date of release:: 2017/9/19 16:06 • 64 times read
Parliament discusses the vote on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission [expanded]
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
The House of Representatives in its regular session, held under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri, the President of the Council and the presence of 170 deputies on Tuesday, the vote on the selection of members of the Independent High Electoral Commission.
A statement by the Information Department of the House of Representatives received the agency of all Iraq [where] a copy of it today, "At the outset of the meeting, President Jubouri stressed the importance of expediting the resolution of the issue of choosing a new election commission in order to move the timing of the next elections, noting that the presidency of the Council keen on the release Its mandate on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission and the openness to all ideas and proposals to come up with a compromise solution. " The Speaker of the House of Representatives put the options on the Electoral Commission, which is limited to approving the adoption of judges in the membership of the Board of Commissioners or approve the report of the work of the Committee of Experts as a whole and in the absence of approval of the two options will be extended the work of the Independent High Electoral Commission for the current elections. He asked the Speaker of the Council of Representatives to attend the meeting in order to vote on the options put forward.


The council resorted to a secret ballot to choose between the adoption of judges or the report of the work of the committee of experts to select the members of the Independent High Electoral Commission, but the disruption of the quorum after the vote of 139 deputies led to the cancellation of the voting process and not to announce the result. For his part, President Jubouri announced the discharge of the House of Representatives by the publication of the names of deputies voting and inform everyone that all options during the session were on the table, noting that the House of Representatives will be forced to extend the work of the current election commission for a month because there is no quorum necessary to reach one of Options related to the selection of judges or the selection of a new electoral commission.

The Presidency decided to postpone the vote on both the proposed amendment to the law of the High Commission Independent Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007 and the proposed law of the second amendment to the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007 and submitted by the Legal Committee. The meeting was then adjourned to Monday, 25 September 2017.
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15 hours ago, yota691 said:

The source added that "the parliament raised its meeting until next Monday."

 Yup...work two days, take a week off. My 18 year old dog does more laying down than these fools. Must not be too much pressing business in Iraq these days. Pathetic.

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The House of Representatives extends the work of the Electoral Commission one month

   
 

 
 


20/9/2017 12:00 am 

 Because of the imbalance of the quorum of voting session on the selection of its members  
Baghdad / Sabah 
The Council of Representatives extended its session on Tuesday; the work of the current electoral commission for one month because there is no quorum necessary to reach one of the two options are the selection of judges or the selection of a new election commission, and the Presidency decided to postpone the vote on the candidates of two amendments to the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. ( 11) for the year 2007, one submitted by the Legal Committee. The House of Representatives discussed in its regular session the twenty-first held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim Jubouri, the President of the Council and in the presence of 170 deputies on Tuesday, the vote on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission for the elections, and at the outset of the meeting stressed the importance of Jubouri resolve the issue of choosing a new election commission in order to proceed with the timing of the process The upcoming elections, pointing out that the presidency of the Council is keen on (discharge its own) on the selection of members of the Electoral Commission and openness to all ideas and proposals to come up with a compromise solution. 
During the meeting, the Speaker of the House of Representatives put forward the options on the Electoral Commission, which are limited to «approval of the adoption of judges in the membership of the Board of Commissioners» (or approval of the report of the work of the Committee of Experts as a whole) and if the two options are not approved, , And demanded Jubouri deputies to abide by the meeting in order to vote on the options put forward. The council resorted to a secret ballot to choose between the adoption of the judges or the report of the work of the committee of experts to select the members of the Independent Electoral Commission, but the imbalance of the quorum after the vote of 139 deputies led to the cancellation of the voting process and not to announce the result.
The Presidency decided to postpone the vote on both the proposed amendment of the law of the Independent High 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 the year 2007 submitted by the Legal Committee.
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