The House of Representatives votes on the law of the Iraqi Maritime Authority and ends reading seven laws (expanded)

The House of Representatives votes on the law of the Iraqi Maritime Authority and ends reading seven laws (expanded)

2019/7/25 18:29 ed)

The House of Representatives votes on the law of the Iraqi Maritime Authority and ends reading seven lawsBaghdad, July 25, 2019, in the presence of 170 deputies, the law of the Supreme Iraqi Maritime Authority, and ended the reading of seven draft laws.
The media department said in a statement received at the beginning of the meeting, Hassan al-Kaabi expressed the Parliament’s condemnation of the heinous crime committed by the former regime after the discovery of the mass grave in the province of Samawa and the remains of 70 Iraqis.
Then the Council read Al-Fatihah on the lives of all the martyrs of Iraq.
For his part, MP Yousef al-Kalabi suspended his membership in the meetings of the Council to 1/8 in protest against non-commitment to host the ministers of finance and oil in the Council to inquire about paragraphs in the federal budget law on the export of oil.
In turn, Al-Kaabi called for the importance of giving the delegation of the central government his official mission during his visit to the Kurdistan region, urging the concerned parties to conclude the oil agreement between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government in accordance with the constitutional framework.
The Council voted on the draft law of the Supreme Iraqi Maritime Authority, submitted by the Services and Construction Commission for the regulation and development of the maritime sector, the adoption of international standards for working in it, keeping pace with international conventions in the field of safety and protection of the marine environment, encouraging the private sector to work in the field of maritime transport, High.
The Council postponed discussion and vote in principle on the draft law of the first amendment to the Law of the Ministry of Education No. 22 of 2011 and submitted by the committees of education and finance.
The Council completed reading a report and discussion of the draft law on the ratification of a headquarters agreement between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the International Committee of the Red Cross provided by the Committee on Foreign Relations and
focused the interventions of the deputies to demand the inclusion of the Commission on Human Rights to participate in the legislation of the law and to add a paragraph allowing the government to lift the immunity of any member of missions And the need to take the views and proposals of the executive bodies and the Red Cross to mature the law.
On the same matter, the Council completed the reading of the report and discussion of the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on Minimum Standards of Social Security No. 102 of 1952, submitted by the committees on foreign relations, labor, social affairs, migration and displaced persons.
The Council concluded the reading of a report and discussion of the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the International Convention on Rescue for the year 1989, submitted by the Committees of Foreign Relations, Health and Environment.
The Council also read a report and discussed the draft law on the ratification of the Military and Security Cooperation Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, submitted by the Committees on Foreign Relations, Security and Defense.
The Parliament concluded the first reading of the draft law on ratification of the Convention on the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of evasion of taxes on income and capital between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Hungarian Government, submitted by the Committee on Foreign and Financial Relations, which aims at developing and strengthening mutual economic relations.
The Council completed the first reading of the draft law to collect the example of state-owned land for non-agricultural purposes submitted by the Finance, Agriculture, Water and Marshlands Committees to limit abuses on state-owned land for non-agricultural purposes and to determine rates of payment of such land taxes, .
The Council also concluded the first reading of the proposed law of the Syndicate of Programmers, submitted by the Committee of Civil Society Institutions and Parliamentary Development, in order to take care of the programmers segment, improve their level, support and develop this segment, defend their rights and keep abreast of technological development.
The meeting was then adjourned to Tuesday 30/7/2019. is over

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