Parliament will hold its meeting tomorrow and the second reading of the budget laws
Parliament will hold its meeting tomorrow to vote on the rights of the Turkmen and the second reading of the budget laws highlighted agenda
Saturday, 29 March / March 2014 09:07
[Baghdad – where]
House of Representatives held its regular Sunday to vote and reading to several laws, including the law of the financial budget for the current year of 2014.
According to a statement of the Council received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of “the agenda of tomorrow’s meeting includes a vote on a bill to exempt Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects and vote on the bill modulated and vote on the draft law on the rights of the Turkmen and the vote on the draft law of the Ministry of Health.”
“The agenda also includes a vote on the bill the second amendment to Law No. Martyrs Foundation  for the year 2006 amending and voting on the draft labor law.”
The statement continued that “the agenda of the meeting also includes the second reading of the draft general budget of the Federal Republic of Iraq for the fiscal year 2014 and the second reading of the proposed law a proposed first amendment to Law No.  to 2012 [Act privileges judicial investigators] and the second reading of the draft law amending the Law on Fees judicial No.  for the year 1981. ”
It is said that the parliament decided earlier adjourn until further notice pending is agreement in Baghdad and Erbil to resolve disputes relating to the export of oil and the budget, and despite the announcement of the Kurdistan region intention to export  thousand barrels of oil per day beginning next month as a gesture of good faith to resolve the dispute and so welcomed the federal government but the two sides did not announce until now to reach a final agreement.
And still some political blocs boycott parliamentary sessions, notably the Kurdish Alliance for the continuation of the dispute over the budget and the head of the Kurdish bloc parliamentary Mohsen al-Sadoun said that “the Kurdistan Alliance will not attend parliamentary sessions, which include a discussion of the federal budget, unless the problems are resolved with the region,” noting that “if the inclusion of the budget we will boycott the session allocated to them as there is no agreement on the issue of export of oil province. “ended