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Al-Halbousi: Present the budget to a vote soon, and we are proceeding with the legislation of the oil and gas law
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, confirmed, on Thursday, the parliament’s keenness to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which was suspended throughout previous sessions.

 In a statement, Al-Furat News Agency received a copy of it today, Al-Halbousi said, "There is insistence from members of the House of Representatives to proceed with legislative measures to complete the Federal Supreme Court Law." Being sensitive and related to the composition of the court and the decision-making mechanism. 

He indicated that "successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the presidency of the Council, to reach common points."

He pointed out that "next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law," stressing that "the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the council's agenda to vote on it."

He stressed that "there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will address the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, and the law will be one of the council's next priorities."

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Al-Halbousi: The budget bill will take place in the coming days

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The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, confirmed today, Thursday, that the members of Parliament are determined to shine by voting on the Federal Court law, while next Monday was set as a date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law.
In a statement, Mawazine News received a copy of it, Al-Halbousi said, "The House of Representatives is keen to go ahead with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions," indicating that "there is insistence from the ladies and gentlemen of Parliament. To proceed with legislative procedures, to complete the Federal Supreme Court Act. "
He added, "Most of the articles of the law were voted on, and there were still articles that needed a broader discussion, as they were sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism," noting that "successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the presidency of the Council, to reach points." Joint ".
He pointed out that "next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law," stressing that "there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will address the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad And Erbil, and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, and the law will be one of the council's next priorities. "
He noted that "the draft budget law will be in the coming days within the council's agenda for voting on it." Ended 29 / A 87

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Al-Halbousi: Present the budget to a vote soon, and we are proceeding with the legislation of the oil and gas law
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, confirmed, on Thursday, the parliament’s keenness to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which was suspended throughout previous sessions.

 In a statement, Al-Furat News Agency received a copy of it today, Al-Halbousi said, "There is insistence from members of the House of Representatives to proceed with legislative measures to complete the Federal Supreme Court Law." Being sensitive and related to the composition of the court and the decision-making mechanism. 

He indicated that "successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the presidency of the Council, to reach common points."

He pointed out that "next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law," stressing that "the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the council's agenda to vote on it."

He stressed that "there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will address the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, and the law will be one of the council's next priorities."

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Yota Thanks, Excellent news....Please Please Please let it be so......Parliament get your act together and vote on the darn "Oil & Gas Law" asap.

 

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Al-Halbousi: The budget law will vote on it in the coming days
 

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Today, Thursday, after the voting session on the Federal Court Law, the Speaker of the House of Representatives confirmed that the House of Representatives is keen to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions.

The Media Office of the Speaker of the Council stated in a statement received by the "National News Center" that "the House of Representatives is keen to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions," indicating that "there is insistence from the ladies and gentlemen of the House of Representatives on To proceed with legislative procedures, to complete the Federal Supreme Court Act.

Al-Halbousi added: “Most of the articles of the law were voted on, and articles remained that needed a broader discussion, as they are sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism,” stressing that “successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the Presidency of the Council, to reach points. Joint ”.

He continued: “Next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law,” noting that “there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will deal with the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil. And between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, the law will be one of the council's next priorities.

He pointed out that "the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the agenda of the Council to vote on it."

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Al-Halbousi: The budget law will vote on it in the coming days
 

Baghdad / National News Center

Today, Thursday, after the voting session on the Federal Court Law, the Speaker of the House of Representatives confirmed that the House of Representatives is keen to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions.

The Media Office of the Speaker of the Council stated in a statement received by the "National News Center" that "the House of Representatives is keen to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions," indicating that "there is insistence from the ladies and gentlemen of the House of Representatives on To proceed with legislative procedures, to complete the Federal Supreme Court Act.

Al-Halbousi added: “Most of the articles of the law were voted on, and articles remained that needed a broader discussion, as they are sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism,” stressing that “successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the Presidency of the Council, to reach points. Joint ”.

He continued: “Next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law,” noting that “there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will deal with the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil. And between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, the law will be one of the council's next priorities.

He pointed out that "the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the agenda of the Council to vote on it."

Yota Thanks, Keep em coming excellent news all around us...👍👍🙏🙏😁😁.

 

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Al-Halbousi confirms Parliament's insistence on approving the Federal Court Law and another important law

 

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Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi affirmed, on Thursday (4 March 2021), the Parliament's insistence on approving the Federal Court Law and another important law.

After today's session, Al-Halbousi said, according to what his media office reported in a statement received by  IQ NEWS , "The parliament is keen to go ahead with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions."

He added, "There is insistence on the part of parliament members to proceed with legislative procedures to complete the Federal Supreme Court law," noting that "most of the articles of the law have been voted on, and there are still articles that need a broader discussion, as they are sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism."

He continued, "successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the presidency of the Council, to reach common points."

Al-Halbousi stated that "next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law."

He stated that "there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will deal with the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, and the law will be one of the council's next priorities."

He explained that "the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the agenda of the Council to vote on."

Earlier in the day, the House of Representatives held its session No. (40) of the first legislative term for the third legislative year in the fourth parliamentary session, headed by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, during which six articles of the Federal Court Law were voted on and four other articles were postponed .

 
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Al-Halbousi: The Iraqi parliament votes on the 2021 budget law within days

Al-Halbousi: The Iraqi parliament votes on the 2021 budget law within days
Muhammad al-Halbousi, head of the Iraqi parliament
 

Mubasher: Muhammad Al-Halbousi, Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, confirmed that the 2021 budget bill will be in the coming days within the council's agenda to vote on it.

 

Muhammad al-Halbousi said, today, Thursday, that the members of the House of Representatives are determined to illuminate by voting on the Federal Court law, according to the Iraq News Agency, "INA."

The House of Representatives proceeded to vote on the draft law of the Federal Supreme Court submitted by the Legal Committee, to keep pace with the changes in the democratic process and constitutional institutions, according to a press statement to Parliament.

Al-Halbousi called on the legal committee and the leaders of the parliamentary blocs to settle the dispute over the remaining articles of the law in order to vote on the draft law in the magazine next Monday.

He indicated that most of the articles of the law were voted on, while some articles remain that need to be discussed extensively due to their sensitivity, as they relate to the composition of the court and the decision-making mechanism.

The Speaker of Parliament indicated that successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, to reach common points.

He pointed out that there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will address the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces.

Today, the House of Representatives voted on 4 laws, including the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the International Convention on Container Safety for the year 1972, and a draft law to the Convention on the recognition and implementation of foreign arbitration decisions. 

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Al-Halbousi: The draft budget is on the agenda of the upcoming sessions


 

4/3/2021 23:31:00

 
 
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Mohamed Al-Halbousi, Speaker of Parliament, confirmed, on Thursday, the parliament’s keenness to proceed with the laws that were suspended in previous sessions, stressing that the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the parliament’s agenda to vote on it.

In a speech after the voting session on the Federal Court Law, Al-Halbous said: The House of Representatives is keen to proceed with the laws suspended in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions.

He added: There is insistence from the ladies and gentlemen of Parliament to proceed with the legislative procedures, to complete the Federal Supreme Court law, noting that most of the articles of the law were voted on, and the articles remained that needed a broader discussion, as they are sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism. 

Al-Halbousi indicated that successive meetings will be held with the heads of the political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the Presidency of the Council, to reach common points, pointing out that next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law.

And the Speaker of Parliament indicated that there are a number of obstructive laws that the parliament will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will deal with the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, and the law will be one of the council's next priorities, Stressing that the draft budget law will be within the coming days within the agenda of the Council to vote on it.

 

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Al-Halbousi: We insist on passing the court law, and the budget will be included in the agenda

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The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, confirmed today, Thursday, that the members of Parliament are determined to shine by voting on the Federal Court law, while next Monday was set as a date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law.

In a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), Al-Halbousi said, "The House of Representatives is keen to proceed with the laws stalled in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court Law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions," indicating that "there is insistence from the ladies and gentlemen of Parliament on To proceed with legislative procedures to complete the Federal Supreme Court Act. "

He added, "Most of the articles of the law were voted on, and there were still articles that needed a broader discussion, as they were sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism," noting that "successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the presidency of the Council, to reach points." Joint ".

He pointed out that "next Monday has been set as the date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law," stressing that "there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will deal with the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad." And Erbil, and between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, and the law will be one of the council's next priorities. "

He noted that "the draft budget law will be in the coming days within the council's agenda to vote on it."

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29 minutes ago, Laid Back said:

1- Budget 2021

2- HCL 

3- Delete 000

4- RV

5- Celebration / Cash in 

 

 

Wow aren’t you optimistic expecting them to do 4 things!! Lol... well the government has to do the first two items and the CBI has to do the next two items... I don’t know LB that’s an awful lot to expect don’t you think??? 

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1 hour ago, Dinarrock said:

Wow aren’t you optimistic expecting them to do 4 things!! Lol... well the government has to do the first two items and the CBI has to do the next two items... I don’t know LB that’s an awful lot to expect don’t you think??? 

I’m optimistic with all the latest news... To be honest.👍🏼😀

 

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Today, Thursday, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi confirmed that there are a number of stalled laws that the parliament will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, while referring to the remaining articles of the Federal Court Law that need a broader discussion, as they are sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism.

Al-Halbousi said after the voting session on the Federal Court’s law, according to his media office, that “the parliament is keen to go ahead with the laws that were stalled in previous sessions, most notably the Federal Supreme Court’s law, which has been suspended throughout previous sessions,” indicating that “there is insistence from members of Parliament to go Legislative procedures, to complete the Federal Supreme Court Act. ”

Al-Halbousi added, " Most of the articles of the law were voted on, and articles remained that needed a broader discussion, as they are sensitive and related to the formation of the court and the decision-making mechanism," noting that "successive meetings will be held with the heads of political forces and the legal committee, and these meetings will be chaired by the Presidency of the Council, to reach Common points ”.

He continued, "Next Monday has been set as a date for voting on the rest of the articles of this law," stressing that "there are a number of stalled laws that the council will proceed to legislate, such as the oil and gas law, which is one of the laws stipulated in the constitution, which will deal with the mechanism of dealing between Baghdad and Erbil." And between Baghdad and the rest of the oil-producing provinces, the law will be one of the council's next priorities.

The Speaker of Parliament confirmed, "The budget bill will be in the coming days within the council’s agenda to vote on it."

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5 hours ago, yota691 said:

wouw. i guess i learn four words now. what is iraq definition of " soon " , " in the coming days " , " within days " , and " upcoming "? which word is the best to describe to speed up the budget, according to iraq definition??

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