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On 7/18/2019 at 12:37 PM, 6ly410 said:

Deputy: Candidates of the Office of Financial Supervision and the Central Bank will be put to the vote in Saturday's session next

 

Did they vote on these 2 positions?

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Date of release: 2019/7/20 18:28 • 69 times read
Parliament votes to amend the law of the Union of Geologists and discusses two laws (expanded)
The Council voted in its 33rd session held under the chairmanship of Hassan al-Kaabi, the first deputy chairman of the Council, on Saturday 20/7/2019, in the presence of 182 deputies to amend the law of the Union of Geologists and ended discussion of two bills and a number of service topics.
According to the statement of the Information Service of the House of Representatives, received {Euphrates News} a copy of it, that "at the outset of the meeting, the Council deferred to consider the appeals filed on the validity of the membership of some deputies because of the lack of quorum required to achieve the paragraph." 
In the same context, the Council voted on the draft law of the Second Amendment of the Law of the Union of Geologists No. (197) for the year 1968, submitted by the Committee of Civil Society Institutions and Parliament Development in order to keep abreast of the changes in the practice of the work related to the science of the land and the classification of geologists according to their experience in the work and grant the General Assembly of the union and its board of powers Keeping pace with economic and scientific changes. 
The Council decided to postpone the reading of the report and discuss the draft law on the organization of the establishment of Allawi Sale of fruits, vegetables and animals provided by the committees of agriculture, water, marshes, finance, services and reconstruction at the request of the Committee on Agriculture and the representative of the government in the House of Representatives.
Al-Kaabi called for a meeting this week between the concerned committees and the representative of the government to reach an agreement on the continuation of legislation to regulate the establishment of Allawi, the sale of fruits, vegetables and animals or not. 
The Council also called for reading the report and discussion of the draft law of the first amendment to the Law of the Ministry of Education No. (22) for the year 2011 and submitted by the Education Committee. 
The Council completed a report and discussion of a bill to draw the character of the national campaign for building schools and kindergartens provided by the Education Committee.
The interventions of council members focused on demanding that the bill be reconsidered without imposing additional financial burdens on the citizen and that the law intersects with the principle of free education, pointing to the need of the education sector to maintain schools more than building new schools. In addition to determining the percentage of the increase in the prices of selling oil and demand allocation of funds from the federal budget and investment allocations to the provinces, and call for recourse to direct taxes and not indirect, especially those with high incomes in addition to the establishment of funds Numeih to support the educational sector, as well as the call to host involved in the Ministry of Planning for the plans in money management.
In its response to the interventions, the Committee stressed the need to legislate the law as a service to the construction of schools through the determination of a certain period of characterization until the goal is achieved and that the funds collected are limited in each province, noting the existence of the Law of Characterization Legislature in 2012 and 
completed the Council read the report and discussion Proposed law of the third amendment to the law of the inclusion of medical and health professionals No. (6) for the year 2000 submitted by the Health and Environment Committee. 
The committee called for the importance of advancing the legislation of the law in order to remove the gap from a large group of graduates of faculties of science and medical and medical sciences. 
For his part, called Turhan Mufti representative of the government in the House of Representatives to wait to vote on the draft law until the knowledge of the Ministry of Health project.
The Council discussed a number of issues related to the citizens' affairs, including the demands of the people of Sadr City to activate traffic lights and increase the hours of electricity supply to citizens and lifting waste, and demanding the organization of the entrances of Baghdad City by the area of Husseiniya and the need to intervene executive body to prevent blackmail drivers of pregnancy cars coming from the provinces in addition to finding An alternative piece of landfill for Husseiniya and the residential unit project, and the demand of the Ministry of Oil to provide employment opportunities for graduates of chemical engineering and activating the Federal Service Council and the formation of a committee to find out the reasons for low success rates in schools and find ways to raise the And the call for the hosting of Mr. Prime Minister in the House of Representatives to raise the problems of the provinces, and demand the government and the House of Representatives to a firm stance towards Turkish violations by bombing areas in the Kurdistan region, and to demand the hosting of the Minister of Education To discuss re
In turn, the representative of the government in the Council to hold a meeting with the security authorities to discuss the organization of the work of checkpoints located in the entrances and central Baghdad, better serve the citizens. 
For his part, Hassan al-Kaabi directed the Education Committee to take its oversight role to find out the subject of deteriorating success rates among students, calling for proposals from the parliamentary committees concerned in favor of providing degrees in the educational sector to solve the problems of postgraduate graduates, In addition to directing the parliamentary department to provide statistics on the number of additions and formal communications conducted by the House of Representatives to the local administrations and the ministers. 
The meeting was then adjourned until Monday 22/7/2019
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Date of release: 2019/7/20 18:37 • 59 times read
{Euphrates News} publishes the text of the second amendment to the law of the Union of Geologists
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The House voted in its meeting, on Saturday, the law of the second amendment to the law of the Union of Geologists No. (197) for the year 1968.
For the second amendment to the law of the Union of Geologists click on the link:
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Date of release:: 2019/7/20 18:49 • 49 times read
Parliamentary committee calls on ministries to clarify the figures and projects planned to be completed within the timetable
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Committee for Monitoring the Implementation of the Government Program and Strategic Planning held a regular meeting chaired by MP Mohammad Ali Zinni and the presence of its members, where discussed the fifth axis in the government program prepared by the Council of Ministers on Saturday.
In a statement issued to the council, Al-Furat News received a copy of it, that "during the meeting held at its headquarters, the members of the Committee made their observations on the paragraphs in the fifth axis in terms of the ministries of culture, migration and displaced persons and communications in terms of rates of completion and dissonance in the implementation of projects contained in the program" . 
The committee called on some ministries in the fifth axis to clarify the numbers and projects planned to be completed in the period specified for them, in addition to recording some of the observations required to be corrected in the programs of these ministries to rise according to the ambition of the Iraqi people and achieve the desired goal.
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National Union: We will not allow the reduction of financial powers of the Kurdistan region

Political | 06:23 - 20/07/2019

 
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 BAGHDAD - Mawazin News 
MP said on the mass of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan diamond Fadhil, Saturday, that the Kurdish MPs will not allow the reduction of financial powers to the Kurdistan region after the ratification of the law of administration and finance. 
"There is a possibility that some financial problems will occur because of political conflicts, but the Kurdish deputies are always defending the share of the Kurdistan region from the budget and will not allow the reduction of the financial powers of the Kurdistan region," Fadel said in an interview. 
"The Public Finance Administration Act in Iraq is one of the federal laws and some reforms have been made to the law, but we will not allow in any way to reduce the financial powers of the Kurdistan region."

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Collecting parliamentary signatures to host the Minister of Education (document)

Local 10:11 - 20/07/2019

 

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=56395

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Baghdad Mawazine News

/ Mawazine News / received a document containing the collection of parliamentary signatures to host the Minister of Education and agency Qusay al-Suhail.

The member of the House of Representatives Faleh al-Khazali, on Saturday, collected parliamentary signatures to host the Minister of Education and agency Qusay al-Suhail.
"Due to the deterioration of the work and performance of the Ministry of Education and the low levels of success, we have gathered signatures to host the Minister of Education and his deputies and some directors to discuss the matter in accordance with Article 61 / VII of the Constitution," Khazali said.

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Parliament hosts agents and directors general of the Ministry of Health on the file of appointments

Political | 12:05 - 21/07/2019

 
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Baghdad - Mawazine News 
The Health Committee of the parliamentary, on Sunday, the hosting of agents of the Ministry of Health and Environment and Directors-General to discuss the issue of appointments. 
 "The Parliamentary Health Committee hosted the agents of the Ministry of Health and the Environment and the Directors-General," the committee said in a statement received by Mawazine News. 
She added that "the hosting comes to discuss the file of appointments"

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Editorial date: 2019/7/21 14:59 • 91 times read
Parliament votes tomorrow to amend the provincial elections law .. And this agenda
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The House of Representatives, tomorrow Monday, its regular session.
The agenda of the session includes a vote on the law of the first amendment to the law of elections of provincial councils and districts No. 12 of 2018, and vote on the draft law of the Supreme Iraqi Navy. 
It also includes a report and discussion on voting for the second amendment to the Law of the Ministry of Education No. 22 of 2011, a report and discussion of the second reading of the proposed health insurance law, and a report and discussion of the second reading of the draft law of the Nursing Syndicate 
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18 minutes ago, yota691 said:

 

Good morning yota,

 

Well at least their discussing the minister of education in tomorrows session.

 

I just checked the CBI website an the Warka Bank site an it says I'm still broke, I was under the impression that this weekend we were going to be rich. Oh well, maybe next week..haha

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5 minutes ago, DoD said:

 

Good morning yota,

 

Well at least their discussing the minister of education in tomorrows session.

 

I just checked the CBI website an the Warka Bank site an it says I'm still broke, I was under the impression that this weekend we were going to be rich. Oh well, maybe next week..haha

You mean we’re not rich yet???

ohhh I am in trouble 

I was writing cheque’s for new truck new house casino night

told everyone don’t worry

need to Sunday to pay all back

 

ohhh well Vinney and sal are at the door

gotta go for a ride

 

not sure what all the cement is for 

be back later

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8 minutes ago, DoD said:

 

Good morning yota,

 

Well at least their discussing the minister of education in tomorrows session.

 

I just checked the CBI website an the Warka Bank site an it says I'm still broke, I was under the impression that this weekend we were going to be rich. Oh well, maybe next week..haha

You were by far not the only one. But we are closer than we ever have been before. Hang tough my friend.  

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Soooo, if I'm not mistaken....these GOI fools extended the session one full month and still no movement on HCL, Article 140 and no Minister of Education now until September?? What a waste of time, except for the fact they discussed Union of Geologists and governing the selling of fruits and vegetables. Woop Woop. Experts at dragging things out. Pathetic.

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Alsumaria News, the signatures of members of the House of Representatives who attended the session of the Council No. 34 to be held on Monday, 22 July.

 
The House of Representatives is scheduled to hold its 34th session at one o'clock on Monday noon, but according to parliamentary sources, the meeting was not held despite the presence of deputies signatories in the documents below.
 
 
 
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Deputy MP for the Fath Alliance Fadel Jaber, on Monday, to disrupt the session of the House of Representatives to the existing political differences on the law of local elections.

Jaber said in a statement to the information that all the political blocs did not agree on the paragraphs of the election law and political differences still exist within the House of Representatives, pointing out that "the disruption of the meeting is due to differences of political blocs."

He added that "the political blocs are conducting extensive meetings at the moment to reach an agreement to pass the law, but it has not succeeded so far," noting that "the presence inside the parliament room exceeds 200 deputies and it is possible to pass the law if the political blocs agreed on its paragraphs.

The MP for the alliance of Abbas Abbas Aliawi, on Monday, that the meeting of Parliament Speaker Mohamed Halbousi and heads of political blocs did not reach an agreement on the law of local elections. End 25 T

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The National Approach bloc on Monday called for limiting the vote in the elections to the biometric card, pointing out that relying on the electronic card leads to fraud.

The head of the bloc, Ammar Tohma, said in a press conference held by the House of Representatives and attended by "Al-Ghad Press", "We demand to limit the vote by the biometric card with the need to take the necessary measures to update and deliver the biometric card to the voters to reach acceptable rates," noting that "we express our concern, On the old electronic card for the possibility of fraud and rigging the will of voters. "

"We reiterate our rejection of the St. Lego Regime (1.9) or (1.7) because it reproduces the same political forces that control the political scene and does not provide an opportunity for emerging political forces to contribute to an acceptable political change," he said.
 

He pointed out that "the adoption of this system will weaken the real representation of citizens and restrict the administration of the state with a limited will limited to people with a number of fingers and disrupt the oversight role and the exercise of accountability and accountability for the failures and the short and involved financial and administrative corruption and causes a great reluctance to participate in the elections to very low rates may close supporters Which means replacing the democratic system with a dictatorship of limited parties whose percentage of supporters and voters is not the minimum acceptable in democratic systems. "

He called for "the adoption of the Supreme Order votes to give a real opportunity to express the will of voters and the emergence of candidates reflect the representation of real citizens and carry their concerns and seek to fulfill their demands and not meet the demands of political leaders."
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The House of Representatives holds its meeting under the chairmanship of Halbusi

Political | 03:53 - 22/07/2019

 
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Baghdad - Mawazin News 
The House of Representatives held on Monday, its 34th chairmanship of its President Mohamed Halbusi. 
A parliamentary source said in an interview with "Mawazine News" that "the House of Representatives held just before, its 34th session of the second legislative term under the chairmanship of Halbusi." 
The agenda of the meeting includes several paragraphs, most notably the vote on the draft law of the first amendment to the law of provincial and district elections

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Editorial Date: 2019/7/22 15:48  62 times read
Parliament holds its meeting under the chairmanship of Halbusi
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The House of Representatives held on Monday, its No. 34 of the second legislative term under the chairmanship of the President of the Council Mohammed Halbusi. is over
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Deputy warns of the growing upheaval in Diyala

Political | 03:54 - 22/07/2019

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 
MP for the province of Diyala Mudhar Karawi, on Monday, Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to visit the areas of the province, which is attacked by a preacher in the province, while warned of the growing danger of a call. 
Al-Karawi said in a press conference held in the House of Representatives and attended by "Mawazin News" that "the cities of the Hamrin basin in Diyala province, especially Jalula, Saadia and rural Khanaqin areas, are subjected to attacks by the cells of the organization calling for the terrorist," noting that " Which has led to the fall of a number of martyrs among civilians. "
He added that "these areas of the most cities in the province of Diyala affected by terrorism and is still facing significant security challenges and our concern in the growing towards the safety of the people in these areas," pointing out that "the current situation requires greater security attention by the central government by supporting plans to hold the ground And fill the spaces and the prolongation of the people of those areas to protect their land in the security services, and there is a clear failure of the authorities responsible for the increased security threat. 
Al-Karawi called on Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and the ministers concerned to "visit the area of Jalawla and Saadiyah to see the extent of the destruction suffered by the region."

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The House of Representatives adopts St. Lego 1.9 as an electoral denominator in the Provincial Councils Act

Political | 04:47 - 22/07/2019

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BAGHDAD ( 
Reuters) - The House of Representatives adopted the St. Lego 1.9 ratio as an electoral constituency in amending the provincial elections law, a parliamentary source said Monday. 
The source said in an interview for "Mawazine News" copy, "The House of Representatives adopted the proportion of St. Lego 1.9 in the provincial elections law." 
He added that "there are a number of blocs objected to the adoption of this ratio."

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Editorial Date: 2019/7/22 16:58 • 56 times read
Documents .. First amendment to the provincial elections law
{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} Our agency obtained copies of the first amendment to the law of elections of provincial councils not organized in the province and the province No. 12 of 2018.
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Editorial date: 2019/7/22 17:24 • 71 times read
Parliament votes on Electoral Divider 1.9 in the Local Elections Act
{Baghdad: Al-Furat News} The House voted in its meeting, on Monday, on the electoral denominator 1.9 in the law of local elections.
A parliamentary source said {the Euphrates News} that "the House of Representatives voted in today's session on the electoral denominator 1.9 in the election law of the provincial councils not organized in the province and the province No. 12 of 2018."

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