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Parliament defers the oil and gas law for its next legislative session


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  •  Time: 06/01/2021 13:14:11
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The House of Representatives postpones its meeting for half an hour
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} The media department of the House of Representatives announced that the parliament decided to postpone its session for half an hour.

Parliament is scheduled to hold its regular session today, Tuesday, during which it will host Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar.

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  •  Time: 06/01/2021 20:31:52
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We were revealing the reason for postponing today's parliament session
  
{Political: Al Furat News} The head of the Rafidain Parliamentary Bloc, Yonadam Kanna, revealed the reason for postponing the parliament session scheduled for today until next Thursday.

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Kanna said in a televised statement: "The session was postponed due to the lack of a quorum due to the current parliament's preoccupation with their candidacy in the early elections, in addition to the apathy of those who were not nominated in attendance," stressing "the need to continue legislative work and we must work for the last session of the life of the current parliamentary session."

He pointed out that "the travel of deputies to their provinces to be preoccupied with the elections was a reason for not holding the session."

The House of Representatives was scheduled to hold its regular session today, Tuesday, but postponed it to next Thursday.

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Sourout excludes Thursday's session, and warns: Fugitive weapons could bring down governorates
  
 
 

{Political: Al Furat News} The representative of the National State Forces Alliance, Abbas Sarout, ruled out holding Thursday's session because the attendance today was miserable, and the session was raised to Thursday.

And Sarout explained to the program {Student} that "it was scheduled to host the Minister of Oil today, but the agenda was empty of him, and the Presidency of Parliament had to answer that, as raising the exchange rate affected the poor class, and there should be support for the ration card and for the farmer, 
and it is unlikely to change the price of The dollar this year, although this contributed to preventing the smuggling of foreign currency abroad."
And he indicated that "postponing the elections is unlikely due to public pressure and the desire of the supreme religious authority, as targeting candidates with physical liquidation is very likely."

 And he indicated that "uncontrolled weapons can bring down entire provinces and some clans' weapons are stronger than the state's weapons, and that the arrest of the leader of the mobilization operations in Anbar, Qassem Musleh, was carried out wrongly and produced an incorrect reaction, but the crisis was wisely overcome after it was on the verge of ignition.
An investigation with Musleh in He was not released by the Joint Operations Command, and the investigation is ongoing."

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Parliament session not starting


 

3/6/2021 14:11:00

 
 
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Parliament session not starting

 

On Thursday, a member of the House of Representatives announced that the parliament session will not start until this moment.

The House of Representatives was scheduled to hold a session at one in the evening to discuss a number of bills.

Representative Arzo Mahmoud, a member of Parliament from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc , said in an exclusive statement to PUKmedia , that the Parliament has not started holding its session until this moment.

She added, that the failure to hold the session came due to the presence of meetings between the parliamentary blocs.

This was the representative of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Dylan Ghafoor, during a previous statement to PUKmedia : That Tuesday’s session was postponed to today, Thursday due to the lack of a quorum, indicating that the session will witness a vote on the draft law ratifying the air transport agreement between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and a vote on a proposal The Law on the Protection of the Human Rights Employee, and a vote on the proposed Sports Clubs Law.

 

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Parliament defers the oil and gas law for its next legislative session

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Baghdad - Mawazine News
The Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee confirmed, on Friday, that the oil and gas law will be carried over to the next legislative session.
Committee member Amjad Hashem Al-Uqabi said, according to government media, that "the House of Representatives cannot initiate the oil and gas law," noting that "this law is still present in the parliament, and it can be voted on during the next legislative session."
He added that "the Council will vote in its next sessions on the draft law of the National Oil Company."
With regard to the issue of electricity, Al-Uqabi explained that "the coming days will witness the operation of the Al-Jasiyah station," noting that "the opening of this station is an achievement for the Ministry of Electricity."
He pointed out that "technical and engineering cadres in the Ministry of Electricity are able to address the problems that may occur in electric power during the summer and high temperatures, despite the presence of financial austerity," noting that "in the event that Iranian gas arrives, the electric power stations will work fully, The rate of supplying citizens with electricity will be 4 hours of operation compared to 2 hours of extinguishing. Ended 29/A43

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Baghdad / Al-Mawrid News

Today, Friday, the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee confirmed that the oil and gas law will be transferred to the next legislative session. 

Committee member Amjad Hashem Al-Uqabi said, in a statement, that "the House of Representatives cannot initiate the oil and gas law," noting that "this law is still present in the parliament, and it can be voted on during the next legislative session." 

He added that "the Council will vote in its next sessions on the draft law of the National Oil Company." 

With regard to the issue of electricity, Al-Uqabi explained that "the coming days will witness the operation of the Al-Jasiyah station," noting that "the opening of this station is an achievement for the Ministry of Electricity." 

He pointed out that "technical and engineering cadres in the Ministry of Electricity are able to address the problems that may occur in electric power during the summer and high temperatures, despite the presence of financial austerity," noting that "in the event that Iranian gas arrives, the electric power stations will work fully, The rate of supplying citizens with electricity will be 4 hours of operation compared to 2 hours of extinguishing.

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All we can hope for is enough honest politicians to be voted into office this next election cycle or it will kicked down the road another 4 years. 
In my opinion Iraq has only two ways to vote this HCL into law. 
1) to vote enough brave half honest politicians into office 

2)  for the citizens to start burning the cities down, blocking roads and airports until something is done. 
Way to many high ranking crooks getting rich to stop this gravy train. Between the auctions and the oil it will take something big to oust the giant corruption in Iraq…

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This greedy parliament will never pass this. Gonna have to be the next new members of parliament that will push this through. Hopefully the next batch of new people will want to pass their needed laws for the greater good of their country and people.

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23 minutes ago, GreedyDinar07 said:

It will take Iraq to go into bankruptcy for lanything to change. Mark my word!! 

If iraq is going into bankruptcy , don't you think the rate will decrease even worse than 1450? After that, how many years are we going to wait for the rate to increase again? Now, we have already been waiting for almost 18 years and no rv yet.

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14 minutes ago, cjdavid said:

Wow!….just Wow!  5 steps forward…3 steps back. 

We can't believe 100% what iraq say in the article because what iraq does will be the opposite and also, iraq will tell the date and the rate for the rv suddenly, not ahead time.

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Personally I believe that Al-Khdemi is the last hope for anything to happen. If he is elected PM in October, he will have four years to implement the white paper which should produce economic reform and move them to a market economy. If he proves to be loyal to Iran (It doesn't appear that he is) then it will be another 4 years of stealing from the auctions, nothing will get accomplished, they will continue you to rely on oil revenue alone and Iraq's economy will not survive another 4 years at the current direction they are moving in. Check out the report from the World Bank that was posted on here a few days ago. The only thing that has change is the reduction in the exchange rate, the rest is all talk and futile meetings which they have been doing for the last 18 years and stealing money from the auctions of course. Now where will a RV fall into place if they move to a market economy and do the right thing? Your guess is good as mine! 

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Oh wow! We're going to give them 4 hours of electricity instead of 2! What a great government taking care of it's citizens....

 

Iraq and the entire govt needs to be held for human rights violations against the citizens of Iraq. The govt is truly a waste of air.

 

THEIVES OF BAGDAD HAVE NEVER BEEN MORE TRUE......

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