Parliament ends reading 7 laws [expanded]
Parliament ends reading 7 laws [expanded]
The House of Representatives in its regular session 15, which was resumed under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri, Speaker of the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, read 7 laws.
“At the beginning of the session, MP Hassan Tauran read out a statement on the occasion of the 27th anniversary of the massacre of Alton Kubri, carried out by the Ba’athist regime in the city during the uprising of Shaaban in 1991, referring to the heinous act of The former regime through the execution of a group of men shot dead as well as massacres committed in other areas of Turkmen, pointing out that the gangs of the terrorist advocate carried out acts of terrorism when the gangs two years ago hit the area of Taza chemical weapons, calling on the concerned parties to pay attention to citizens in the Taha Bridge “.
The Council completed the first reading of the proposed amendment to the Third Law of the Iraqi Engineers Association No.  of 1979 submitted by the Committee of Civil Society Organizations.
The Council concluded reading a report and discussing the legal draft of the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Maritime Labor Agreement of 2006 and the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on Identity of Seafarers’ Documents No. 185 of 2003 submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations, Labor and Social Affairs.
In the interventions, MP Riad Gharib stressed the importance of the Convention as the reservation of maritime workers and cover the requirements of their work, and called for a vote on them.
MP Hassan al-Khalahi called for a speedy vote on the agreement, which is important to the seafarers’ workers.
The Council completed the reading of the report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the first law of the Iraqi Academy of Sciences No. 22 of 2015 and submitted by the Legal Committee.
In the interventions of the deputies, MP Birwan Musleh suggested that the scientific complex be an independent scientific entity that includes all competencies.
As for the same, the Council completed the reading of a report and discussion of the proposed law to include contractors from the Sons of Iraq [Awakening] to the Ministries of Defense and Interior provided by the committees of security, defense, legal and reconciliation and the issue and justice.
In the interventions of deputies, MP Abdul Karim Abtan called for the need to legislate the law to equate the ranks of the fighters who took up arms against terrorism.
MP Abbas al-Bayati stressed the importance of honoring both the murderer of terrorism and the treatment of their martyrs and wounded like their peers in other armed forces.
MP Ammar Tohme pointed to the importance of defining a paragraph concerning the return of dismissed persons to their jobs and not making them public.
She called on MP Najeeb Najib to know the number of distributors on the ministries concerned and financial capabilities in the event of conversion to permanent owners.
For his part, MP Hisham al-Suhail pointed out the existence of laws that dealt with the status of fighters and their integration in several ministries, calling for equal pay as with other peers.
MP Nahida Daini pointed to the importance of the inclusion of the martyrs of the Sahwa and wounded them with rights and privileges.
MP Mona Al-Amiri expressed her support for the legislation of a unified law covering all those covered and amending them.
MP Kazem al-Sayadi called on the cabinet to issue a decision to reinstate all those who had made the sacrifices, urging the House of Representatives to enact the law to preserve the rights of those covered.
The Council then completed a report on the draft law on the characterization of the national currency for the construction of schools and kindergartens provided by the Education Committee.
In the interventions of the deputies, MP Haneen al-Qaddu proposed the establishment of a fund to collect the amounts collected from the stamp duty to support the reality of the schools and distribute them according to the necessary needs.
In its response to the interventions, the Committee concerned had taken into account proposals on the draft law.
The Council also completed the reading of a report and discussion of the proposed law on the rights and protection of engineers submitted by the committees of services, reconstruction, finance and legal.
In the interventions of MPs, MP Riyad Ghali stressed the importance of obligating investment companies to hire and appoint a number of engineers while working to increase engineering specialties.
“The law is important to protect engineers from abuses and the need to grant them the necessary rights,” said Haitham al-Jubouri.
MP Hanan al-Fatlawi pointed to the work on the drafting of legal texts that protect engineers from legal accountability in the event of legal leave of engineering projects that are referred to integrity.
MP Farhat al-Tamimi called for the inclusion of agricultural engineers and granting them privileges and allocations within the law.
In turn, MP Fares Al-Faris said that the law by granting engineers their rights will contribute to support the reconstruction and reconstruction of Iraq in a post-urgent phase.
MP Naji pointed out the importance of not obligating the engineer to belong to the Engineers Syndicate in order to include them in the law.
MP Mahdi al-Zubaidi called for finding a specialized judiciary in public contracts in order to understand the position of the engineer in concluding contracts in order to avoid cases of legal accountability.
Sharaouq Al-Abaieji said the law helps to provide a sound legislative environment for the development of engineering sectors in the reconstruction phase.
In its response to the interventions, the committee stressed that engineers are the basis of the urban renaissance and that the legislation of the law is important to protect their rights, stressing that taking into consideration the proposals submitted on this law.
In another matter, President al-Jubouri announced that the second legislative term ends on 30/4/2018 in accordance with the constitution, while the current parliamentary session ends on June 30, 2018. The council can hold a regular or extraordinary session as necessary, stressing that the Presidency will call for holding A session in which the voting on the important laws remaining in the custody of the Council shall be completed.
The Council completed the first reading of the amended law of law no. 173 of 1965 amended by the Legal Committee to go on a long period of legislation of the law in force and in view of the evolution of economic, social and political life in Iraq, which must be accompanied by law law and developments and to review some of its articles in line with those Developments To be a legal profession, the important role in the establishment of the principle of the rule of law and the values of justice and defend the rights and freedoms in accordance with constitutional principles and laws and raise the level of the profession and give the greater role of lawyers by raising their legal and cultural Professional and to preserve their rights.
Sheikh Hamam Hamoudi, the first deputy chairman of the council, said after the session that the next session, which will be determined later, will see a vote on whether or not to answer the ministers questioned.