Agreement on the formation of a parliamentary committee 17 permanent and next Monday to vote
Agreement on the formation of a parliamentary committee 17 permanent and next Monday to vote on its members
Wednesday, August 20 / August 2014 15:08
Detection, Second Deputy Speaker of the House Aram Sheikh Mohammed, on Wednesday, in an agreement to form a 17 Bermanah permanent committee in the current parliamentary session 2014-2018.
Said Sheikh Mohammed told all of Iraq [where] that “the Presidency of the Council of Representatives agreed at a meeting today with the heads of parliamentary blocs to form a 17 standing committee of parliament in the current session,” he said, “we have distributed to the masses, according to the elections and the rules of procedure.”
“The committees have been classified in terms of importance and priority in the work to [a] and [b] and [c],” noting that “naming members was determined at a date not exceeding next Sunday that will vote for them in the parliament in session next Monday.”
The Second Deputy Speaker of the House that “the naming committee chairmen and the distribution of positions within the committees issue associated with the formation of the government, but we decided not to delay no longer in the naming of the committees and we will go ahead and do it.”
He guessed Sheikh Mohammed said that “there will be flexibility in the post-formation of the government to change some of the members of the committees or transferred to another, but, fearing that to marinate in temporary committees will vote at a meeting next Monday it.”
The meeting was held on Wednesday under the chairmanship of the President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, with the heads of parliamentary blocs to discuss naming the Parliamentary Standing Committees and mechanism of action.
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