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Release date:: 2019/11/26 18:23 • 353 times read
House of Representatives votes to amend two laws and end reading others
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) The House of Representatives voted in its nineteenth session held under the chairmanship of the President of the Council Mohammed Halbousi on Tuesday and in the presence of 224 deputies on two laws and finished the first reading of the draft and proposed laws.
At the outset of the meeting, the council voted on the proposal of the second amendment law for the provincial and district council elections law No. 12 of 2018, submitted by the committees of the regions and governorates that are not organized in a region and the legal due to the expiry of the legal period prescribed for the current provincial councils and district and district councils that are not organized in a region. functions and responsibilities assigned to them to organize the work of local administrations of the provinces are not organized in the region and prevent a vacuum legal.
the Council completed the vote on the proposed third amendment to the law include people with medical professionals and health No. 6 of 2000 and submitted by the Law Commission Health and Environment, for the purpose of benefiting from scientific specializations and entrusting them to the central appointment in the Ministry of Health of the supportive health professions at a percentage determined by the Ministry to take advantage of the energies and specialties supporting to serve the health and environmental sector.
For his part, MP Fares Al-Brifkani thanked the Health and Environment Committee and its high appreciation for the role of the Presidency of the Council to enhance the efforts of the Committee in the legislation of the important law, which is one of the pillars of the advancement of health reality and supplying the ministry with medical and health staff.
The Presidency of the Council decided to postpone the vote on the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on International Road Transport of 1975, submitted by the Committee on Foreign Relations, Services and Reconstruction with a view to facilitating the international road traffic for transport operators and their agents through the movement of goods subject to customs seals with a simple and cost-effective system and reducing delays. On border standards and the passage of shipping containers and vehicles in international trade and to adhere to the Convention.
The Council then completed the first reading of the proposed amendment of the Second Amendment Law for the Law of Political Prisoners Establishment No. 4 of 2006, submitted by the Martyrs, Victims and Political and Legal Prisoners' Committees, in order to reduce expenses and address some of the gaps that have arisen during the implementation of the law, in particular for those covered by the provisions of this Law, as well as those who have been appointed. After the expiry of the period of political separation law.
The Council finished the first reading of the draft law of renting agricultural land submitted by the Committee on Agriculture, Water, Marshes and Finance for the purpose of investing unused agricultural land that exceeds the need of farmers and leaving its cultivation would harm the national wealth, especially the land that has been spent large sums for reclamation and in line with the requirements of scientific and economic investment better and clear There is room for agricultural companies, agricultural associations and Iraqi individuals who are able to invest land in agriculture to increase production and increase national income.
He directed the House of Representatives permanent and sub-parliamentary committees, especially the Committee on Constitutional Amendments to exercise its work in the coming days.
It was then decided to adjourn the meeting without setting a date
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Iraqi MPs discuss monetary policy evaluation with the central governor

Iraqi MPs discuss monetary policy evaluation with the central governor
The Finance Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives hosts the Governor of the Central Bank and the Director General of the Tax Authority
 27 November 2019 11:16 AM

Direct: hosted the Finance Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives headed by MP Haitham al-Jubouri, Governor of the Central Bank and Director General of the Tax Authority.

The Iraqi Council of Representatives, in a statement that it was during the meeting discussed the issue of maximizing non-oil revenues and the evaluation of monetary and economic policy of the country .

The Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Council, the need to support the Iraqi economic reality and move it, through the correction of financial policy and corrected and not rely on oil alone as a resource and maximize revenue.

He called on Haitham al-Jubouri, the government to take urgent measures to control the waste of billions of dollars a year at border points through the process of automating customs and tax procedures in them .

The Finance Committee, it continues its oversight role by holding more meetings and hosts to find imbalances in the economic reality of the country, and to hold accountable and negligent performance of their work and corrupt where their positions and positions.

The committee stressed to continue its legislative role, and work on the adoption of new laws to help solve the financial problems of Iraq.

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Parliament votes to amend the election law {provincial councils}

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah / Muhannad Abdul Wahab 
 
 
The House of Representatives voted in its nineteenth session, which was chaired by the Speaker of the Council Mohammed Halbousi on Tuesday in the presence of 224 deputies on the law "the second amendment to the law of provincial and district council elections" and "the third amendment to the law on the graduation of medical professionals and health professions Meanwhile, Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Al-Halbousi, during a meeting with the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jenin Blachart, said that the Council will work by legislation of the elections and the Commission to restore confidence between the people and the entire political process and ensure the right to vote for all the people. According to a statement by the Information Service of the House of Representatives, the UN is ready to provide assistance, provide international experts and achieve international standards in election mechanisms and the work of the Commission; to enable Iraqis to elect their representatives in a transparent and more acceptable manner.

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He went for 100 percent of the vote in the new election law

 
Baghdad / morning 
 
 
Sadiqoun parliamentary bloc confirmed on Tuesday that the House of Representatives is going to choose 100 percent of the highest winning votes in the amendment of the electoral law, as announced by the coalition of others, has gathered more than 50 parliamentary signatures to adopt 100 percent of the highest winning votes to amend the new election law.
The MP from the Sadikon bloc, Mohammed Karim, in a press statement: The «some political blocs want to be the election law 50 percent for the highest winning votes and 50 percent for other political alliances», pointing out that «the House of Representatives is moving towards the selection of 100 percent for the highest winning votes Which are produced by the elections ».
He added, «« Sadikon bloc in favor of any option put forward in the House of Representatives and achieve a majority to pass the new election law », noting that« the election law will be passed quickly because there are no deep political differences hinder passage ».
For his part, said the deputy of the Alliance Abbas Saaiwi: "The members of the Alliance have gathered more than 50 parliamentary signatures to adopt 100 percent of the highest winning votes within the amendment of the new election law," pointing out that «the amendment of that paragraph is necessary as one of the demands of the demonstrators ».
He added that «the adoption of 100 percent of the highest votes will produce real results that satisfy the street through the upcoming elections», noting that «some blocs are trying to make the proportion of 50 percent for the highest votes and 50 percent for other political alliances participating in the elections».
In addition, a member of the parliamentary legal committee Hussein al-Oqabi, the inclusion of a clause in the electoral law prohibiting dual nationality and those who have committed administrative and financial crimes from taking office in the upcoming elections.
Al-Oqabi said in a press statement: that his committee «will take into account all the views and proposals of deputies to come up with a substantive issue commensurate with the new election law, which will meet the ambition of the Iraqi people».
He added, `` The 2018 election law allowed dual nationals and those who committed administrative and financial corruption to occupy parliamentary and ministerial positions, '' pointing out that `` the new law will strictly prohibit any person from running if he is defective or has a nationality other than Iraqi nationality. ''
Al-Oqabi pointed out that «talk about controversial issues on the election law is premature unless all views and proposals to come up with a final version».
On the other hand, the head of the parliamentary bloc of Al-Khair Al-Khair Mohammad Al-Khaldi described the new election law as a patchwork and will face rejection by the demonstrators.
Khalidi said in a press statement: The «debate and the adoption of a new election law is almost part of the prosthetic measures as an attempt to end the crisis between demonstrators and the government represented by the dominance of political blocs, especially large ones».
He added, «The general trend within the parliament for the vote on the paragraph to split the vote in half individually and another on the basis of lists was the latter, which means that the large blocs will return again to dominate the parliament and its decision and this is rejected by the demonstrations in Baghdad 
And provinces.

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Deputy: Legislation of this law will limit the influence of control of the ruling figures on the funds

Political | 11:46 - 27/11/2019

 
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The lawmaker Mohammed al-Ghazi said on Wednesday that the legislation of the graft law (where you get this) will reduce the influence of control of the ruling figures on the money.
Al-Ghazzi said that "the legislation of the law at the present time is an excellent step and an achievement for the demonstrators, although it was supposed to start in previous sessions."
He added, "The law will limit the influence of control of the ruling figures on the funds and chases the money that was also looted."
Al-Ghazzi said that "in the sequence of the law can be pursued funds and disclose their sources not only to the official, but also to his relatives, wife, son, wife of the son and daughter-in-law, brother, sister and cousins."

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This is highlighted by the law of where you get this

Political | 12:38 - 27/11/2019

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News
published an Arab newspaper on Wednesday, the most prominent content of the law from where you get this.
The law adopted by the parliament, about 20 items, the most prominent of which provides for the follow-up funds of state employees from the Director-General and above, and considered any funds owned by him is not commensurate with his official salary, suspicious and is investigated automatically.
The law also provides for the opening of an investigation of all the funds of the official earned after he took office, provided that the official is required to provide a statement of financial disclosure, from time to time, and be held accountable if it is proved that he has bank accounts or real estate in a country outside Iraq, not disclosed in advance, as held accountable On any funds whose origin has not been established and the court has the right to confiscate them.
The judiciary or prosecutors are authorized to open an investigation with current and former officials about their sources of wealth from 2003 to the present.
The law also prohibits the official from appointing relatives and acquaintances or assigning them to work that results in financial benefit. It also prohibits trade or related work. Penalties of the law reach life imprisonment and confiscation of movable and immovable property.
But there are those who question the possibility of implementation in light of the consensus and political deals that prevented the opening of files of corruption, which has cost the Iraqi state hundreds of billions of dollars in less than 12 years, according to unofficial estimates.
Mohammed Awni, a member of the Iraqi Bar Association, told Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed that the law, if applied effectively, guarantees several things, especially the recovery of funds of at least $ 100 billion from officials and politicians in a short time, and the prosecution of corrupt faster.
He adds: "The law will control the movement of remittances abroad, whether through banks or private companies, which can reduce the leakage of hard currency from the country, and it constricts politicians and officials the circle of corruption and prevents them from business and brokerage.
" IS: Will the law be enforced or not? The Iraqi Penal Code in force has similar provisions and details but has not been implemented, and the judiciary is generally held captive by political consensus and dictates from various directions, which is unfortunately selective and bears a large part of the scourge of corruption that we have reached today.

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The Finance Committee hosts the Governor of the Central Bank and the Director General of the Tax Authority

Hosted by the Finance Committee headed by MP d. Haitham al-Jubouri and the presence of its members on Tuesday 26/11/2019 Governor of the Central Bank and Director General of the Tax Authority to discuss the issue of maximizing non-oil revenues and the evaluation of monetary and economic policy of the country.
 
At the beginning of the meeting, the Chairman of the Finance Committee d. Haitham al-Jubouri to support the Iraqi economic reality and move it through the correction of fiscal policy and corrected and not rely on oil alone as a resource and maximize revenues through the government take urgent measures to control the waste of billions of dollars a year in border ports through the process of automating the customs and tax procedures in it.
 
The Finance Committee indicated that it will continue its supervisory role by holding more meetings and hosts to find imbalances in the economic reality of the country and hold accountable for the negligent and the performance of their work and corrupt where their positions and positions, as well as continue its legislative role, which contributed to the adoption of the most important laws during the current crisis experienced by our dear country in addition to Adopt new laws that help solve the country's financial problems.
 
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Parliamentary Finance: There is no new scale of salaries

By Ali 27/11/2019 09:56 PM | Number Of Hits: 1772
Parliamentary Finance: There is no new scale of salaries

Ahd News - Baghdad

The parliamentary Finance Committee denied reports that there was a new scale of salaries for employees, while revealing details of the Civil Service Law.

"The Finance Committee does not have a new scale for the salaries of employees, but there is a subject to determine the salaries of the higher and lower grades," MP Haneen al-Qadu told reporters.

He added, "The Parliamentary Finance Committee has placed this issue on the shoulders of the government and the Council of Ministers to develop a new salary scale, because there are salaries do not meet the request of the size of economic inflation in Iraq."

He explained that "the salary scale of employees need to be reviewed continuously to suit the overall economic situation of the country," noting that "the parliamentary committee called on the government to conduct a comprehensive study of the salaries of employees in terms of determining salaries, reduce the differences and adjust some salaries."

Regarding the Civil Service Law, Al-Qadu said that the Finance Committee has the Civil Service Law which is still under study and discussion for the purpose of submitting it to the Presidency of Parliament for approval.

He added, "The law focused on the job by its pillars and the modernization of jobs and the definition of responsibilities and powers in all degrees of government departments, as well as the determination of penalties and penalties for absenteeism or abuse of literature, as well as retirement."

Regarding the salaries of retirees, Al-Qadu said, "The Parliamentary Finance Committee was seeking to determine the salaries of retirees as a minimum of 600 thousand dinars, but because of the lack of financial resources in the federal budget, the salary was determined as a minimum of 500 thousand dinars."

He pointed out that "these salaries will not be fixed, but will be adjusted in the future in line with the economic situation, or we may make adjustments or increase the salaries of retirees if the availability of financial liquidity."

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OMG Know wonder i"m the only vet reading this hot air..Bla Bla and so on.

If i were hearing this crap daily from my Rep in the gov. i would in the street too.

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Imminent change includes 12 ministers

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Imminent change includes 12 ministers

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah / Omar Abdul Latif 
 
Members of the House of Representatives are moving to question a number of ministers and officials, led by the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the head of the Shiite Endowment, at a time when Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi began studying the curricula vitae of the new ministers, for a radical amendment that may include 12 ministers.
A member of the House of Representatives Jamal Mohammadawi, in a statement received "morning", that "we have obtained the approval of the Presidency of the Parliament to complete formal and legal procedures to question the head of the Shiite Endowment Court for serious financial, legal and administrative violations."
He added that "that questioning is based on article 61 of the Constitution, which provides that the House of Representatives the right to question the officials of independent bodies in accordance with the procedures relating to the ministers and has an exemption by a majority," noting 
Parliamentary. "
For her part, MP Samia Ghalab revealed the completion of the signatures of the questioning of the Minister of Higher Education Qusay al-Suhail, pointing out that "Suhail interrogation comes because of suspicions of financial and administrative corruption and dictatorship and uniqueness in decision-making."
She talked about "the presence of interventions by the Minister of Higher Education in the admissions of students in public universities and even private."
Meanwhile, Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research, Science and Technology Qusay al-Suhail expressed his readiness for any questioning from the parliament, and denied that there are suspicions of administrative corruption in the ministry or interference in the admissions of students in public universities and even civil, and pointed out at the same time that the doors of the ministry is open to any information.
Al-Suhail said in a statement to his media office received a "morning", a copy of it, that "his dealings with the House of Representatives is continuing and positive," noting that "since taking office has been called many times to host in the parliamentary education committee and answered all inquiries and questions raised 
on him" .
Al-Suhail said "his ministry went seriously to improve the performance of the work of the ministry and according to the government program, which was voted by the Iraqi Council of Representatives."
"The next ministerial change will be drastic in order to meet the demands of the demonstrators and contribute to greater achievements," government spokeswoman Asif Moussa said Wednesday.
She added that "the political blocs authorized Abdul Mahdi to receive and submit the names of the new ministers and the minister, who will be excluded from the cabinet cab and already received a batch of resumes of the names of the new ministers are currently under study."
"It is not possible to identify the names of the ministers involved in the change, but the change will be drastic and may include 10 to 12 ministers," Moussa said.
Regarding the prime minister's presence in parliament, government spokesman William Warda told Al-Sabah that "the prime minister has not objected to any legal, constitutional or similar process. .
"The prime minister is ready to attend the parliament on condition that the interrogation process serves the political process and things are going normally to preserve responsibility," he said. 

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Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Legal Committee Mohammed al-Ghazi, on Thursday, to address the Federal Court on a proposal to amend the article on the number of members of the House of Representatives next, pointing to the hosting of legal experts on Thursday, to indicate their opinion on that article.

Al-Ghazzi said in an interview with Alsumaria News, that "the number of seats in the next House of Representatives that came within the draft law of elections for the new House of Representatives is a constitutional violation unless amended the Constitution, which stipulates that (per 100 thousand people one seat in parliament)," noting that "this Partiality will be debated before parliament. "
 

He added, "The ideal solution according to our view that the subject before the Federal Court, and to inquire about the constitutionality of keeping the new number of members of the next Council with the addition of a note or paragraph to refer to the new number until the census to be conducted in the coming period." "If the court confirms that this proposal does not represent a constitutional violation, we will proceed to reduce the number of deputies."

He stressed that "the House of Representatives has the desire to reduce the members of the next House and there is no objection to this part of any political bloc, while maintaining the constitutionality of the law," explaining that "the Committee sent a letter to the Ministry of Higher Education in order to host law professors next Thursday to inquire Of them on the constitutionality or unconstitutionality of this article and what their legal opinion on it in writing. "

The House of Representatives ended its session, held on Monday, November 25, 2019, the second reading and discussion of the draft law on the election of the House of Representatives.

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The Economic Committee organizes a conference to discuss the law of partnership between the public and private sectors

The Committee on Economy and Investment chaired by MP Ahmed Salim Al-Kenani and the presence of its members on Wednesday 27/11/2019 a conference to discuss the law of partnership between the public and private sectors.

The conference, which was attended by representatives of the Finance Committee, Takamul International, the Ministry of Planning and representatives of a number of ministries and government departments, as well as the governors of Anbar and Salah al-Din, discussed all the paragraphs of the draft law.

The ladies and gentlemen expressed their remarks and opinions, where the proposals were handed over to the Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee for the purpose of discussing them within the committee to come up with a final version of the draft law and submit it to the Presidency of the House of Representatives for presentation and vote.

 

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28/11/2019

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The Finance Committee holds a conference to discuss the law of public-private partnership

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Under the auspices of the Finance Committee and in conjunction with the Committee on Economy and Investment and the program to improve performance and good governance in Iraq (Takamul) and under the slogan (Towards a sustainable economy), the Finance Committee held in the presence of Messrs. .
And welcomed the Chairman of the Finance Committee MP d. Dr. Haitham Al-Jubouri during the speech delivered at the conference held in Babylon Hotel, ladies and gentlemen participating in the conference, including deputies and governors and advanced cadres in the ministries concerned with the law, such as the Ministry of Planning and professors and heads of unions and trade unions and workers in the private sector.
The Chairman of the Finance Committee that this law has become an urgent need the country needs to promote the reality of the Iraqi economy and the revitalization of the private sector and rely on it as a real partner in the construction of development and strategic projects to improve the reality of living for citizens and provide a lot of employment opportunities in the light of the financial crisis experienced by the state, as well as this The law is the first of its kind in the Iraqi state.
 
The Finance Committee stressed the need to restore confidence between the citizen and the government and to proceed at a fast pace and by joining the political efforts to legislate this law, which encourages the private sector and achieves the state's economic development process.
 
In conclusion, the conference issued a set of points as follows:
1. The Finance Committee and the Economy and Investment Committee will review all proposals and observations made at the conference in cooperation with an integration team in order to reach a clear regulatory legislative framework for the partnership between the public and private sectors.
 
2 - Based on the legislative and supervisory role of the Iraqi Council of Representatives will be following up the training of the private sector on the concepts of partnership and contracting in accordance with the partnership law and the integration team to carry out this task in coordination with (Finance Committee and the Committee on Economy and Investment).
 
3 - Integration team, after coordination with the Finance Committee and the Committee on Economy and Investment to provide legal and technical support to ministries and entities not associated with the Ministry to spread the culture of partnership with the public and private sector and the mechanism of contracting with the private sector.
 
4 - Integration team to provide support to ministries and other bodies in the organization of oversight mechanism on partnership projects.
 
5 - We hope from the Ministry of Planning and the integration team to provide technical support to the legislative and executive authority in the field of the law of partnership between the public and private sectors.
 
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Kaabi discusses overcoming the problems of amending the law of compensation of the affected and stresses the simplification of procedures to resolve the compensation transactions

Mr. Hassan Karim Al Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the Council of Representatives, on Thursday, November 28, 2019, presided over a hearing organized by the Committee of Martyrs, Victims and Political Prisoners of Parliament, to discuss the second amendment to the law of compensation for those affected by military operations and military errors and terrorist operations, in the presence of the Chairman of the Committee of Martyrs MP Alaa Al-Rubaie and a number of representatives of the relevant authorities.

Al Kaabi focused on a set of observations summarized by increasing the number of central and sub-committees to receive compensation transactions, and give them powers to contribute to facilitate and resolve existing issues while maintaining the "public funds and prevent waste."

The session discussed the work of medical committees and reports that give disability rates to the injured, stressing the need to take into account the "scrutiny" of all procedures to compensate those affected by terrorist operations and military mistakes throughout the country.

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28/11/2019

http://ar.parliament.iq/2019/11/28/الكعبي-يبحث-تجاوز-إشكاليات-تعديل-قانو/

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The Economic Committee organizes a conference to discuss the law of partnership between the public and private sectors

The Committee on Economy and Investment chaired by MP Ahmed Salim Al-Kenani and the presence of its members on Wednesday 27/11/2019 a conference to discuss the law of partnership between the public and private sectors.

The conference, which was attended by representatives of the Finance Committee, Takamul International, the Ministry of Planning and representatives of a number of ministries and government departments, as well as the governors of Anbar and Salah al-Din, discussed all the paragraphs of the draft law.

The ladies and gentlemen expressed their remarks and opinions, where the proposals were handed over to the Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee for the purpose of discussing them within the committee to come up with a final version of the draft law and submit it to the Presidency of the House of Representatives for presentation and vote.

 

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28/11/2019

Looks like half of them are asleep.

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Release date:: 2019/11/28 23:22 • 247 times read
Al-Jabri vows to file a lawsuit against al-Shammari and is surprised to hold a session of parliament on Sunday
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) MP of the opposition Wisdom Bloc for the province of Dhi Qar, Star Jabri, to pursue a member of the crisis cell security supervisor in the province Lieutenant General Jamil al-Shammari against the backdrop of the fall of dozens of martyrs and wounded a day in the city of Nasiriyah.
"We pledge to the people of the province to file a lawsuit against Lieutenant General Jamil al-Shammari in the competent courts," Jabri told Al-Furat News.
He expressed al-Jabri "surprised to determine the presidency of the House of Representatives a special session on the situation of Dhi Qar next Sunday and not Saturday ?!
At least 25 demonstrators were killed and more than 220 others were wounded at dawn.
The Prime Minister directed the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Adel Abdul Mahdi to form an investigative committee headed by his military adviser to investigate the events in the provinces of Dhi Qar and Najaf.
Abdul Mahdi had earlier summoned Crisis Group member Security Supervisor Lt. Gen. Jamil al-Shammari to Baghdad to explain the reasons for the events.

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Iraqi parliament calls for an emergency session to discuss the situation "Dhi Qar" .. Sunday

Iraqi parliament calls for an emergency session to discuss the situation "Dhi Qar" .. Sunday
Iraqi Parliament
 28 November 2019 11:29 PM

Direct: The Presidency of the Iraqi parliament called on deputies, on Thursday, to hold a session on the situation in the province of Dhi Qar, on Sunday.

The Presidency of the Council of Representatives, it calls on the Legal Committee to continue to discuss the draft law of the Independent High Electoral Commission and the elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives and complete all observations to be submitted to the vote, according to the Iraqi News Agency "conscious."

She confirmed that next week will see a vote on the laws of the Independent High Electoral Commission and the elections for the Iraqi Council of Representatives.

And warned the Iraqi province of Dhi Qar police , today, chaos and called on tribal leaders to intervene immediately to prevent sedition.

On November 26, the Iraqi province of Dhi Qar announced a two-day suspension in the province, which is experiencing demonstrations against the economic situation and unemployment in the country.

The governor of Dhi Qar said that the official working hours will be suspended daily, yesterday and today.

He attributed the governor of Dhi Qar, the decision to "maintain civil peace," as he described.

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Parliament holds a special session on the events of Dhi Qar

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah / Omar Abdul Latif 
 
The Supreme Judicial Council ordered an investigation into the events in Dhi Qar and the accountability of those responsible, while the Presidency of the Council of Representatives announced a special session on Sunday on the security situation in Dhi Qar governorate, whose governor Adel al-Dakhili resigned in protest against the deaths of protesters and security forces. "A committee headed by the prime minister's military adviser will investigate the events in the provinces of Dhi Qar and Najaf that were accompanied by violence and the fall of martyrs and wounded demonstrators and security forces," a statement from the security information cell said.
 
The Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, based on what happened in the province of Dhi Qar, has been summoned member of the crisis cell security supervisor Lt. Gen. Jamil al-Shammari to Baghdad, in order to explain the reasons that led to these events.
In turn, the spokesman for the Supreme Judicial Council Abdul Sattar al-Bayrakdar in a statement received by "morning" a copy: "The Supreme Judicial Council is an investigative body of three vice-presidents of the Court of Appeal of Dhi Qar for the urgent investigation into the killings of demonstrators during the past two days."
 
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On Sunday, the House of Representatives will hold a special session on the security situation in the province of Dhi Qar, at a time called by parliamentary circles, to hold an "emergency session" today to discuss the resignation of the Prime Minister
In a statement, the Presidency of the Council called on the deputies to attend a special session to be held on Sunday, 1 December, on developments in Dhi Qar province. The Legal Committee also called for continuing the discussion of the draft law of the Independent High Electoral Commission Notes for presentation. "
The presidency, that "this week will see a vote on the laws of the Independent High Electoral Commission and the elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives."
In turn, parliamentarians revealed to the "morning", to host all ministers in a meeting on Sunday to discuss the outcome of the security situation in some provinces, especially Dhi Qar, while others indicated that the meeting will allow the presence of the majority of deputies to this important session.
Member of the House of Representatives Abbas Yaber al-Atafi told the "morning": "Parliamentarians proposed the presence of all ministers to discuss the deterioration of the security situation in the majority of the provinces, and the martyrdom of peaceful demonstrators and wounded others because of confrontations with security forces, while the other proposal was to host the ministers of defense and interior for the same" .
He added, "It was hoped that the meeting will be held (Friday), but the Presidency of the parliament to allow the opportunity to attend the largest number of members of the Council, which led them to set a date on Sunday for this emergency and important meeting."
He said, "The session will include discussion of security events in the province of Dhi Qar and the martyrdom and wounding of about 300 demonstrators, as well as the situation in other provinces such as Najaf and Karbala, and come up with recommendations that can contribute to calm the street and the families of martyrs."
For his part, a member of the House of Representatives Sarkot Shams al-Din pessimism about the decisions of tomorrow's session on Sunday the possibility of calming the Iraqi street in general and citizens of Dhi Qar in particular.
Shams al-Din said to "morning": "The House of Representatives significantly delayed in the discussion of security conditions between the demonstrators and the army and police forces, which began to escalate a while ago."
To that, a member of the House of Representatives Sadiq al-Sulaiti, "The deputies of the province of Dhi Qar have all the documents and details of what happened in Dhi Qar at dawn last Thursday."
Al-Sulaiti told "Al-Sabah": "The deputies requested that the meeting (on Saturday) to clarify what happened in Dhi Qar and its details are supported by documents," stressing that "what happened in Dhi Qar crime with premeditation and surveillance is very different from what happened in the rest of the provinces, After the agreement was reached between the demonstrators and the security forces on the need to calm the situation and their commitment to the places of demonstration and the rejection of engineers who seek to burn public property, but the presence of security forces from Baghdad led by Lieutenant General Jamil al-Shammari ended all agreements.
He continued: "The session will discuss the Prime Minister's decision to install military commanders in the provinces, which is more like imposing martial law," noting that "the Prime Minister has appointed military commanders in seven provinces with administrative and financial powers to terminate the work of the governors, but it was modified at the last minute to be Heads of crisis cells in it, pointing out that "one of these leaders committed a crime in the province of Dhi Qar, which requires a decision against him through the law and the competent investigative committee and referred to military courts, so that such a thing does not repeat in other provinces."
Al-Sulaiti warned against "making shy decisions about what happened in Dhi Qar, as these decisions can contribute to the explosion of the situation and turn into something that cannot be followed in the coming days."
The Joint Operations Command announced on Thursday the formation of crisis cells headed by the governors to control security and impose law in the provinces.
"Because of the importance of controlling security and enforcing law in the governorates, protecting public and private institutions and interests and protecting citizens, crisis cells have been formed headed by the governors," the leadership said in a statement.
She added, "As directed by the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, it was decided to assign some military leaders to be members of the crisis cell to take command and control of all security and military services in the province and to help the governors in the performance of their tasks."
 
Dhi Qar events
The police chief of Dhi Qar province, Major General Mohammed Mohsen Zaidan (Abu al-Walid), who submitted his resignation yesterday, issued a statement on the events that accompanied the demonstrations in the province, while calling on the elders and notables of the province to intervene and control the situation.
In a statement received by Al-Sabah, Abu Al-Waleed said: "While the police command called for calm and extended bridges of communication with the demonstrators, we stressed the preservation of the peaceful demonstrations for the safety of all. We stressed to stay away from military headquarters and barracks." Dhi Qar Emergency Regiment forces inside the city for its good handling with its people, but to no avail to avoid the difficult circumstances in Nasiriyah and our city is saddened by the friction between the security forces coming from outside the province and the demonstrators, note that we will not issue any directives to shoot We did not order a clash with the demonstrators Rin of our people in Dhi Qar.
He added: "We are very keen on the safety of our children, both demonstrators and police, so we ask the leaders of the peaceful demonstrations and the city elders and tribal elders to intervene and control the state of discontent experienced by our children by the events that took place on Thursday morning." He called for "the maintenance of security and stability and the emergence of their rejection of these acts in addition to the support of the security services to restore security and peace to our city, which was and will remain an example for all Iraqi provinces of security and stability."
In turn, the Governor of Dhi Qar, Adel al-Dukhaili, resigned from his position. We are making every effort to communicate your voices from our responsibility to the relevant authorities, whose ears have been silent time and time again, but we have continued to hold the Secretariat with the responsibility of the statesman and we have never shirked our commitment to you.
He continued: "To this bloody day, which witnessed the unfortunate events, and fell from our sons dozens of martyrs and wounded by forces from outside the province, and did not notify the local government of its existence and did not know its tasks, and this can not be silent or ignored, we are the sons of Dhi Qar We have threatened earlier that day the need to hold the perpetrator accountable, and to reveal the details of what exactly happened, and because we are in an exceptional circumstance, we announce before you and your hands our resignation from our position. In protest of what happened, and the discharge of the responsibility of the local government, which prevented "We reiterate our call for an immediate, thorough and extensive investigation to uncover all the details that accompanied the events of Thursday."
The governor of Dhi Qar, who resigned, earlier on Thursday, demanded the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, to withdraw the military leaders who arrived in the province recently. "We demand an investigation with military leaders against the background of developments in Nasiriyah "He added," "These military leaders have not been excluded, I will announce my resignation," and stressed, "The state of repression that is taking place against the demonstrators in Nasiriyah is rejected and may not continue."
For his part, MP from the opposition Wisdom Bloc Asaad al-Murshidi, his membership in the House of Representatives until the investigation with the crisis cell official in Dhi Qar Lieutenant General Jalil al-Shammari, whose hand was withdrawn by the Prime Minister, said Murshidi in an interview: he "suspended his parliamentary membership until a An investigation with the official of the crisis cell Jamil al - Shammari and taking just retribution against him. "
The deputy of the province of Dhi Qar, Star Jabri, to prosecute a member of the crisis cell security supervisor in the province Lt. Gen. Jamil al-Shammari against the backdrop of the fall of dozens of martyrs and wounded in the city of Nasiriyah, said Jabri: Competent. "
 
Status of Najaf and Karbala
In Najaf, hundreds of people from the province responded to a call for blood donation to injured protesters and security forces.The Sadr City Medical Administration in Najaf launched an appeal to all medical, nursing and health cadres of all kinds to go to the medical city to help the wounded protesters.
A security source said that Maj. Gen. Ali al-Hashimi, the security file in Najaf province, was appointed by Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief Adel Abdul-Mahdi.
In the holy city of Karbala, the police command in the province wounded a number of security forces attacked in "Ramantin" downtown Karbala.
The command said in a statement received "morning" a copy: It was "an attack pomegranate by the demonstrators, who were aimed at the security forces in the neighborhood of the municipality and the fall of a large number of security forces," adding that "was also hit another pomegranate attack near the concrete blocks nearby From the square of Zaka washer without losses. "
The governor of the holy city of Karbala, Nasif al-Khattabi, met on Thursday, Lieutenant General Bassem Hussein al-Taie, who was assigned by the Office of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces
Governorate.
"During the meeting, they discussed the security aspect and coordination between the local government in the province and the security forces," the governor's office said, adding that "the governor stressed a number of important points in this regard."
He added, "The recommendations of the Governor included, not to use force and violence with the demonstrators, and not to use live materiel in any case, even if the demonstrations are not peaceful, and provide a safe environment for the demonstrators, and provide all the possibilities in order to maintain their security and protection, in addition to protection Public and private installations and property from any attempt to sabotage, protect the province's security from any threats 
External. "
 
The capital Baghdad
In the capital, the Baghdad Operations Command denied the use of live materiel towards the demonstrators, pointing out that the demonstration areas in the capital is still witnessing the arrival of large numbers of demonstrators without any friction with the security forces.
The leadership said in a statement received by the "morning" a copy: it denies "categorically" and since October 25, 2019 the use of live equipment towards the demonstrators and even on the engineers and assaulting security forces and conducting arson and vandalism far from the demonstration yards and deal with them procedures
Legal. "
"The demonstration areas in Tahrir and Khalani squares, Al-Senak and Al-Tayran areas and those approaching them are still witnessing large numbers of demonstrators peacefully, without any friction with the security forces and without any sacrifices," it said.
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Parliamentary Legal: Parliament will go towards the application of Article 76 of the Constitution in the formation of the new government

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Parliamentary Legal: Parliament will go towards the application of Article 76 of the Constitution in the formation of the new government

Ahd News - Baghdad

The Parliamentary Legal Committee, on Saturday, that "the parliament will go towards the application of Article 76 of the Constitution in the formation of the new government, while noting that the political blocs began to compete in the submission of candidates for prime minister."

A member of the Legal Committee, MP Intisar al-Ghribawi, in a press statement, seen by the site "Al-Ghadeer", that "within hours after the submission of Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, his resignation began political blocs are racing to submit their candidates to succeed Abdul Mahdi, while supposedly "The new prime minister is a strong, determined and courageous figure who can bring the country out of its current crisis."

She added, "Parliament will move towards the application of Article (76) of the Iraqi constitution in the formation of the new government, which provides for the largest bloc in the parliament to submit a candidate for prime minister, and if this bloc could be resorted to the second largest bloc in the House of Representatives to form a government But under the political consensus and quotas, this article has killed, and made the government formed through political consensus or the two largest blocs.

"We must put aside consensus and quotas, be patriotic, and move towards choosing a bold character capable of running the country in the coming period, because the leadership of the country is very difficult under the current circumstances.

Calling for the formation of a decisive government to accomplish what the outgoing government was unable, and in a short record.

Al-Ghribawi said: "The formation of the new government will take time because it has not been on the submission of the resignation of Abdul-Mahdi only hours, and began to race to submit candidates, and opened the doors did not close to the requests of the blocks, and everyone wants to separate his mood.

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Maliki's office denies his intention to return to the prime minister

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Maliki's office denies his intention to return to the prime minister
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) Office of the President of the State of Law Nuri al-Maliki, denied the latter's intention to return to the premiership.
The head of Maliki's press office, Hisham al-Rikabi, said Nuri al-Maliki "does not seek to return to the post of prime minister and does not have another candidate for that position."
And circulated political circles and media reports about the nomination of al-Maliki to the premiership to succeed Adel Abdul Mahdi, who submitted his resignation to parliament. is over
 
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one of the biggest corruptors of all time dont think the protestors would be down with him again he should be behind bars ..

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Date: 2019/12/1 14:15 • 302 times read
The document .. Parliament's agenda for today's meeting
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) The media department of the House of Representatives announced the agenda of today's meeting.
The meeting also discussed the resignation request made by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, as well as the recent events in Dhi Qar, Najaf and other provinces.
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