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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
A member of the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary Zaher Abadi, on Wednesday, passing the draft oil and gas law in the current parliamentary session, "difficult," pointing out that the Kurdistan region refused to be prime minister on the top of the board of the proposed oil file within the law of oil and gas. 

Abadi said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The draft law of oil and gas of the important laws that were interrupted by the lack of consensus between the political blocs," noting that "the legislation of the law needed to enact sub-laws included in the draft basis, including the National Oil Company project, The first and second readings of him and waiting to vote on him. "

 

 


Abadi added that "the differences between the center and the region in addition to differences with the oil-producing provinces made the passage of the bill or even the introduction of the first reading is difficult during the current stage," stressing "the absence of agreement between the blocks on the law and the absence of consensus on the mechanism of managing the oil file in the productive provinces , In addition to the refusal of the Kurdistan region to be the prime minister at the top of the pyramid in the board of the oil file included in the law of oil and gas. 

The member of the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary Razak Muhaibis called on (12 November 2017), the government to send the draft law of oil and gas to the House of Representatives to vote on it, saying that the bill "has been" since two parliamentary sessions because of "objection" Outgoing Massoud Barzani and his party.

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Jokhna: The Presidency of the Parliament will meet with heads of blocs to legislate the important laws

   
 

 
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03/1/2018 12:00 am 

Baghdad / Al-Sabah

The decision of the House of Representatives, Imad Juhna, on Tuesday, that the Presidency will meet with the heads of blocs and committees, to agree on the laws to be legislated.

"There are important laws that are supposed to be included on the agenda, including the budget and the election law," he said, noting that "the legal committee will submit its report on the budget of the House of Representatives." 
"The law of the elections of the Council of Representatives was read the second reading, and only left to vote, and the law of provincial elections, which needs political consensus on two paragraphs to be voted on." 
"The budget law is not due to the government, because the rules of procedure do not allow this, but the Finance Committee is negotiating with the government to make some amendments to it," he said, stressing that "the agenda was not distributed among the deputies, but there is a priority for some laws related to the elections and  the procedures of the 
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"The Presidency will hold a meeting with heads of parliamentary blocs and committees before the start of the session, to prepare the atmosphere and agree on the most important laws that must be legislated during the next legislative term."

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20 hours ago, new york kevin said:

Dang diggity darn right. Every month that a quorum does not meet to address laws, judiciary issues, or government parliamentary procedures, those absent (whether they are running for re-election or not) should loose their entire months salary. Likely by Executive Order, since they would no doubt not have a quorum the day they were to vote on such a law authorizing said law. 

Totally agree my friend nyk, :twothumbs:

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National Congress: Political quotas led to the injury of the House of Representatives to "paralysis"

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(Independent) .. The Secretary-General of the Iraqi National Congress, Aaras Habib, said Saturday that the parliament is an institution representing the entire Iraqi people, has a lofty task of legislation and oversight, noting that "the political quotas led to the injury of the House of Representatives paralyzed."

"The MP, when he legislates and supervises implementation, does not represent his constituency as much as he represents all Iraqis because he represents 100,000 Iraqis representing all components of the people," Habib said.

He pointed out that "it is difficult to legislate some important laws even if the level of the budget law, except for many other laws deferred for years because of the lack of consideration from a holistic perspective as serving in the case of legislation all Iraqis away from any classification of ethnic or sectarian or political characterization" .

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Information / Baghdad ..

The Security and Defense Committee in the House of Representatives on Sunday that the hosting of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haider Abadi on the US military presence in Iraq tops its agenda.

"The Committee on Security and Defense in the House of Representatives has already discussed the issue of the US military presence in Iraq in its meetings," Committee member Iskandar and Tut said in a statement.

"The issue of the US military presence and the hosting of Abadi will be on the agenda of the Security and Defense Committee and the House of Representatives during the current legislative term," he said.

It is noteworthy that the parliamentary bloc, "Sadiqon" confirmed on Thursday, that the current legislative chapter of the House of Representatives will see the resolution of the issue of US military presence in Iraq, noting that many questions need clear answers from the government. Ending / 25

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Information / Baghdad ..

The legal committee in the House of Representatives suggested on Sunday that the law "From where to you this" be passed next week, noting that the draft law will be presented for the first reading during the next session.

"The Presidency of the House of Representatives will include during the first session a law from where you this for the first reading to finalize before it is approved," Zana Said, a member of the committee, said in a statement.

Said Said, "The Legal Committee in the House of Representatives opened all the political blocs on passing the law during the next week after the presentation to the House of Representatives," asserting that "the adoption of the law will be an incentive for the campaign against corruption and government will be a motive to hold the whales of corruption in the Kurdistan region and Baghdad.

The committee member Kamel al-Zaidi said in a previous statement that the law "where you have this" is not yet a draft of its own is a request, noting that his committee will prepare the draft to include the President down to the youngest employee. Ending / 25

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Editorial Date: 2018/3/6 23:08 • 46 times read
Mr. Ammar al-Hakim calls on Jubouri to invest the remaining time of parliament to pass important laws
(Baghdad: al-Furat News) called the head of the National Alliance, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim, Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri to invest the remaining time of parliament to pass important laws.
According to a statement to Mkteh, received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of today that "Mr. Ammar al-Hakim discussed during his meeting on Tuesday, al-Gabouri updated the political situation and the next electoral scene." 
He added that "the two sides stressed the need to create the appropriate atmosphere for the upcoming elections in a climate of calm and away from political dichotomy, so that the citizen of good choice for his representatives in the next parliament." 
He called Mr. Ammar al-Hakim to "invest the remaining time of the House of Representatives to approve the important laws," praising "the cooperation between the House of Representatives and the government, which contributed to the maturation of many laws, including the federal budget law."
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Pass the laws you stubborn bunch of Iranian fed buffoons....I think it’s becoming clear that Jubouri has questionable motives.... and could be a traitor to the citizens of Iraq by letting the stalling take place.... 

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Sahlani: Parliament will not vote on important laws in future sessions

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- The House of Representatives will not be able to pass important laws for the remainder of its current session, MP Hilal al-Sahlani said on Thursday. 
Sahlani said in a press statement, received by "Al-Ghad Press", that "the vote on the enactment of new laws during the time remaining of the House of Representatives has become impossible, because of the lack of quorum and obstructing the holding of meetings because of the absence of deputies."

 

He added that "the House of Representatives will not be able to legislate most of the existing laws, as well as the package of major laws are still controversial and have sharp differences and will be boycotted by the masses in public." 
"The important laws that will not start in the time remaining for the current session, including the Federal Court, the Council of the Union, oil and gas, graft, dual nationality, health insurance and support of refugees, as well as the names of candidates of the Federal Service Council. 
"The current parliament has ended 8 interviews for ministers and officials, but we still have 5 other unanswered interrogations," he said.

https://www.alghadpress.com/news/Iraq-News/146776/AlghadPress

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Deputy likely end of the legislative term of Parliament without the adoption of important laws and end interrogations

 

 Since 2018-03-08 at 09:50 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

The National Alliance MP Hilal Sahlani, on Thursday, the end of the legislative term of Parliament without the adoption of important laws and end interrogations.


"The vote on the enactment of new laws during the remaining time of the House of Representatives has become impossible, because of the lack of quorum and obstructing the holding of meetings because of the absence of deputies," Sahlani said in a statement received by Mawazine News.


He added that "the House of Representatives will not be able to legislate most of the existing laws, as well as the package of major laws are still controversial and have sharp differences and will be boycotted by the masses in public."

"The important laws that will not start in the time remaining for the current session, including the Federal Court and the Council of the Union and oil and gas, illegal gain, dual nationality, health insurance, support for refugees, as well as the names of candidates of the Federal Service Council.

He pointed out that "the requests for questioning and vote on the conviction of the answers to the ministers are also out of reach," noting that "the current parliament has completed 8 interrogations of ministers and officials, but we still have 5 other interrogations is not completed."

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With the approaching election propaganda .. Will Parliament witness the completion of the legal quorum to vote on the remaining laws?

 
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Watan News) - Baghdad

 

A member of the House of Representatives Harith Chanchel, on Thursday, that the quorum in the remaining period of the life of parliament is difficult to be completed, citing the reasons for the approaching date of election propaganda and preparations for the next ballot.

 

He said in an interview with (Watan News) that "the quorum in the remaining period of the life of parliament is difficult to be completed, attributed the reasons to the near date of election propaganda and preparations for the next ballot," noting that "the Presidency of Parliament stressed the completion of the laws of the current session "He said.

 

He added that "because of the deficit and laziness, most of the deputies give election propaganda long periods to ensure access to a wide audience," pointing out that "the lack of quorum is a problem suffered by Parliament during the past months, which led to the delay vote on many important laws." Finished

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Amazing they want to get reelected in the upcoming elections, so they show the Iraqi people how well they boycott Parliament? What a bunch of morons.

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3 hours ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

Well, if they’re SMART they’ll get it done. But they just aren’t all that bright, are they.

What 10YL said   :bravo::bravo::bravo::butt-kicking:

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3 minutes ago, Starrider said:

What 10YL said   :bravo::bravo::bravo::butt-kicking:

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:tiphat:Good Morning Starrider - in those immortal words from The Sheriff of Rock Ridge ( Blazing Saddles ) “ ain’t it a luuuuvly Day ! “   TGIF huh. :backflip:

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3 minutes ago, 10 YEARS LATER said:

 

:tiphat:Good Morning Starrider - in those immortal words from The Sheriff of Rock Ridge ( Blazing Saddles ) “ ain’t it a luuuuvly Day ! “   TGIF huh. :backflip:

"I believe they've had ENOUGH"!    Sorry just keepin it going.

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March 10, 2018 1:39 PM   - The   number of readings: 32 views
 
Al-Laban: One million dinars of those absent in the parliament because of the election campaigns



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A member of the parliamentary legal committee "Sadiq al-Labban" on Saturday, the imposition of sanctions on MPs absent from the meetings of the House of Representatives because of election campaigns up to one million dinars for each session.

And "frankincense" in a statement to the "Iraqi position" that the punitive measures that will be taken by the Presidency of Parliament against those absent from the deputies candidates for a new electoral cycle, will reach a cut million dinars for each session.

The "frankincense" that the procedures of the presidency of parliament against the absent House of Representatives because of the upcoming election campaign will be limited to financial tranches of up to one million dinars for each session.

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Not high enough. Between all the holidays and postponements they should be getting slammed. I would start at 10 times that daily. About 10k a day should get their attention and it would come right off the top of their pay check.

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These folks are a bunch of idiots. We all know that. They vote through a bill then schedule a week off. And later throw their arms in the air about all the legislation yet to be passed. An article last week in BAS news, heavily slanted towards Kurdish issues, said attendance logs showed there were 100 legislators elected in 2014 that have never been to a GOI meeting. Four years!! I think the GOI head count is 326 or something close. Last Monday was the first time I've seen attendance at 220. Anyone missing more than a handful of sessions in 4 years should be scratched from any chance of re-election. Last year they met 65 times, in 365 days. Dump the whole lot of them. If these fools get re-elected, the Iraq citizens are to blame.

                               

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....and you have to love they are applying penalties at the end of their 4 years stint. Why not start the very first session....4 years ago ???  Fools.

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 Information / Baghdad ...

The parliamentary bloc has succeeded in passing important laws such as popular mobilization, government revenues and the counterterrorism apparatus, the head of the parliamentary bloc of parliament, Ahmed Hama Rachid, attributed the failure of the House of Representatives in carrying out its oversight work during its session to the government's lack of responsiveness to the file of interrogations, And failed in other crucial laws.

 "The House of Representatives failed to perform the monitoring tasks in a remarkable manner during the current session for several reasons, including the government's non-response to the file of questioning, as well as the exploitation of parties in the file of interrogations for the demarcation and political competition of the opponents."

 "Parliament has succeeded in passing important laws, such as government revenues, the teachers' union, the popular crowd, the anti-terrorism apparatus, the amnesty, the passage of financial budgets for previous years and the laws of local and parliamentary elections."

And Rashid, that "the House of Representatives failed to pass crucial laws such as the Federal Court and the Federal Council and oil and gas as well as his failure to amend the Constitution because of political differences." Ending / 25 d

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