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BAGHDAD / Al-Ghad Press: 

The House of Representatives is scheduled to hold its (16) session, which is the last meeting in the age of Parliament, where it will read and vote on a number of laws, notably the cancellation of the decision of the Ministry of Health to terminate the services of a group of health professionals of Nineveh, The ownership of agricultural land from the Municipality of Baghdad, and the proposed law to amend the law of the High Electoral Commission, in addition to a number of laws that need to vote for a long time.

Al-Ghad Press received a copy of the council's agenda which included voting and discussing 36 legal articles. 

The House of Representatives has resumed its last session, headed by Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 170 deputies, has completed the first reading of the proposal of a number of laws, while the vote to amend the law of the Royal Dispute Commission.
 
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Where's that GOI fool who predicted yesterday there would be 90% attendance ?? What a pathetic group. Being the official 'last' meeting before election mayhem and Ramadan, we can only hope we've seen the last of these idiots.

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Jubouri announces the number of deputies present to Parliament

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 Since 2018-04-17 at 12:35 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Salim al-Jubouri, on Tuesday, that the number of deputies present to the Council 120 deputies.

A source in the parliament, for / Mawazin News, "that" Jubouri confirmed that the current number of deputies present to the parliament reached 120 deputies. "

The Speaker of Parliament, "The deputies present expressed their presence on their interest in national legislation, along with other deputies have an interest in the electoral race."

Parliament is due to hold its final session of the current legislative term today

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Parliamentary: This is the last meeting of the Iraqi Council of Representatives if held

Parliamentary: This is the last meeting of the Iraqi Council of Representatives if held
 



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Shafaq News / Rajih member of the legal committee of parliament Zana Said on Tuesday, the failure of the Iraqi Council of Representatives to hold a meeting full quorum for the preoccupation of members of the election campaigns.

"The timing of the session was not successful and its real date was last week and was postponed because of the Shiite rites and the annual visit to Baghdad," Saeed told Ashqaf News.

He explained that the postponement of the meeting "was a big mistake because it is known that this week has started each candidate in the numbers of his campaign and preoccupation with it," adding that "if held anyway, it will be the last of the current session."

"The current number of 120 deputies who attended today expressed their interest in national legislation," Council Chairman Salim al-Jubouri told reporters.

 "It is taken into account that some MPs have an interest in the electoral race," he said.

The parliamentary session of the Iraqi Council of Representatives will end its current session on 30/4/2018, as announced by the President of the Council as the legislative elections are scheduled for the next session on 12/5/2018.

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BAGHDAD / Al-Ghad Press: 

MP of the parliamentary bloc of the citizen, Mohamed Masoudi, on Tuesday, that the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri threatened to announce the names of deputies absent from attending the parliament session today. 

Masoudi told "Al-Ghad Press" that "the number of those present in the parliament hall for this day does not exceed 120 deputies."

He added that "the Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri checks the names of the deputies present," saying that "threatened to announce the absentee through the media." 

It was scheduled to hold the House of Representatives, on Tuesday, its 16, which is the last meeting at the age of Parliament, where will be read and vote on a number of laws, notably the cancellation of the decision of the Ministry of Health to terminate the services of a group of health personnel of Nineveh, The Secretariat of Baghdad, and the proposed amendment to the law of the High Electoral Commission, in addition to a number of laws that need to vote for a long time.
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The parliamentary representative reveals the number of laws that will go to the next parliament session

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The Chairman of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives Mohsen al-Sadoun, on Tuesday, the existence of 20 law has not been resolved during the current session of parliament, will be deported to the next session.

Al-Saadoun said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "the total number of laws within the Legal Committee is estimated at 20 laws that were not resolved during the current parliamentary session and will be postponed to the next session."

"Some of the laws have been completed first and second and others have been disabled for political reasons," Saadoun said, noting that "the remaining time is not enough to pass those laws."

The MP for the coalition of state law, Mansour al-Baiji confirmed, last week, that most controversial laws will go to the next parliamentary session because of lack of political consensus and the difficulty of holding a full session quorum inside the parliament. Ending / 25 g

http://www.almaalomah.com/2018/04/17/301541/

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Deputy: The government will turn into a business after today's session

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MP on the coalition of state law, Mohamed Chihod, Tuesday, that the government will turn to the caretaker government after the session of the House of Representatives today, expressing the hope to form a new government strong. 
"The current government will turn into a caretaker government starting from the end of the last session of the House of Representatives scheduled to be held today," Chihod said in a statement. "All the negatives and positive aspects of the government have gone with them pending the formation of a new government after months." 
He expressed his hope that "the possibility of forming a strong government will be able to meet the aspirations of Iraqis," stressing that "the people of Iraq are to determine the person of the next prime minister and not any other party." 
He ruled out Chihod "the completion of the quorum for today's session because of the preoccupation of most MPs electoral propaganda," pointing out that "all laws will go to the next session." Ending / 25

http://www.almaalomah.com/2018/04/17/301514/

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1 hour ago, WheresmyRV? said:

Threatening them to post their names that didn't show up does nothing, fire them all on the spot!

 

If that were only possible. As they are elected, their 'jobs' are over May 11th prior to new elections. Even when Jabouri added 10,000 IQD fines for each missed meeting, there was no improvement. And according to an Iraq newspaper, 100 folks failed to show up in their whole 4 year term. The only thing missing now is their usual news release about how much they 'accomplished' these last 4 years. But we didn't expect anything different, did we?? Pathetic.

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The office of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi denied on Tuesday statements made by one of the deputies on the transformation of the government to the caretaker government after the end of today's session, stressing that the government will turn into a business in early July. 

"The current parliamentary session will end on June 30, and thus the government will turn into a caretaker government at the beginning of next July," said spokesman Saad al-Hadithi. 

Al-Hadithi denied some of the parliamentary statements on the transformation of the government to the conduct of business starting today, stressing that 'this matter is linked to the end of the mandate of the House of Representatives at the end of next June'.

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Date of release: 2018/4/17 12:57 • 216 times read
Postponement of the session of Parliament and its convening of necessity
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The House of Representatives, held its meeting scheduled on Tuesday, to another notice of non-quorum.
"The number of attendance was 155 deputies - just below the quorum necessary to hold the 165 deputies - and that who attended today expressed his interest in national legislation and take into consideration that some MPs have an interest in the electoral race." 
"The quorum is incomplete and the session is adjourned until there is a need for a hearing," he said. 
It is noteworthy that this session is not considered the last parliamentary session of the current Council, according to the decision of the Council, Niazi, the architect and the statement in a press statement that "the rules of procedure sets the 30th of June next date for the end of the work of the House of Representatives." 
He explained that "the parliament can at any time during this period to hold a meeting, either regular or emergency to discuss the things that happen or updates the political situation as necessary."
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22 minutes ago, King Bean said:

 

Charles Bronson, minus glasses ?? hmmmmmmmmmm. :o

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I agree!

 

On a serious note, just go ahead and vote without them, and when they dont like the outcome, too bad!  Shouda showed up, you coulda voted!!!  You only need to that once, and then they'll start showing up!

 

 

 

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