Iraqi News Parliament Highlights

Thursday Evening Iraq Parliament News Highlights 12-8-22

 

Officially.. the Presidency of Parliament announces the end of the second legislative term

 

2022.12.08 – Today, Thursday, the Presidency of the House of Representatives announced the end of the second legislative term of the first legislative year.     “Nass” channel on Telegram.. our latest updates

 

The House of Representatives media department said in a brief statement that “NAS” received a copy of (December 8, 2022), “The Presidency of the House of Representatives announces the end of the second legislative term / the first legislative year / the fifth electoral cycle.”

 

https://www.nasnews.com/view.php?cat=98645

 

Parliamentary Integrity Sets A Date For Voting On Amending The Paragraphs Of Its Internal System

 

The source of the news /Iraqi News Agency (INA)  Baghdad – Conscientious – Wissam Al-Mulla

 

Today, Thursday, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee announced a movement to amend some paragraphs of its internal system, while setting a date for voting on the amendment and electing a chairperson, two deputies, and a committee rapporteur.

 

A member of the committee, Sarwa Abdel-Wahed, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): “The committee established a system of procedure for the years 2015 and 2019,” noting that “a meeting was held by the committee recently to set a new internal system for it.”

 

Abdel Wahed added, “Work is underway to amend some paragraphs of the internal system for the year 2019,” noting that “voting on the amendment paragraphs by members of the committee will take place after the legislative recess.”

 

She pointed out that “the committee defined the powers of the president and his two deputies, in addition to changing some terms, considering that the terms were: “chairman, deputy, and rapporteur” and now it has become the president and his two deputies , in addition to defining some tasks for a field monitoring committee for state institutions.

 

And she added, “The committee will be more effective after the legislative recess, and a vote will be held on its internal system, on the president, his two deputies, and the rapporteur.”

 

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Al-Halbousi Tells The Details Of The “Green Battle” And The Formation Of The Government: A Sadrist Leader Asked To Postpone My Travel To Jordan

 

2022-12-07 15:04   Shafaq News/ Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi revealed, on Wednesday, the details of the fighting that broke out between the “Peace Brigades” and the security forces inside the Green Zone several months ago.

 

Al-Halbousi said in an interview with the Iraqi “Al-Rasheed” channel, which was followed by Shafaq News Agency, that “he was inside the Green Zone on the night of the fighting that broke out between the Peace Brigades and the security forces charged with protecting the Green Zone,” noting that “he has been working to calm down and mediate between the conflicting parties since Announcing the election results.   LINK

 

 

Mandalawi Calls For Activating The Work Of The Joint Committees Between Iraq And Kuwait

 

Political | 12:21 – 08/12/2022   Baghdad – Mawazine News, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Mohsen Al-Mandalawi called today, Thursday, to activate the work of the joint committees between Iraq and Kuwait.

 

The media office of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament stated in a statement, a copy of which Mawazine News received, that “First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Mohsen Al-Mandalawi received today the Kuwaiti Ambassador to Iraq, Tariq Al-Faraj, to strengthen bilateral relations and discuss issues of common concern.”

 

Al-Mandalawi called, according to the statement, to “the necessity of activating the work of the joint committees between the two countries to find appropriate solutions to some outstanding issues,” pointing to “activating the work of the Iraqi-Kuwaiti Parliamentary Friendship Committee, and emphasizing the continuation of cooperation and mutual coordination at various levels.”

 

He stressed, “Iraq’s keenness to build the best relations with neighboring countries, especially the brotherly ones, and to adopt the principle of partnership, cooperation and mutual respect, in a way that achieves common interests.”    https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=213577

 

Abdullah: Non-Compliance With The Constitution Under The Previous Governments Is The Main Reason For The Deterioration Of The Situation And The Accumulation Of Problems

 

Political | 09:38 – 07/12/2022   Baghdad – Mawazine News,  Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Shakhwan Abdullah, confirmed, on Wednesday, that non-compliance with the constitution is behind the accumulation of political problems.

 

The media office of the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives stated in a statement, a copy of which Mawazine News received, that “Abdullah met with the head of the Baghdad Riwaq Center for Public Policies, Abbas Al-Anbouri, and a number of members of the center.”

 

He added, “During the meeting, issues related to the role of studies and research centers were discussed, and the importance of providing the legislative institution and decision-makers with ideas related to laws, political and economic issues, and providing advice, reports and field questionnaires.”

 

He pointed out that “the meeting included talking about raising awareness and education about the constitution, and expanding the positive impact of research and studies centers.”

 

Abdullah stressed during the meeting that “the lack of adherence to the constitution and the application of its articles during the era of previous governments stands behind the deterioration of conditions, the failure to achieve prosperity and the accumulation of political problems.” Ended 29 / H

 

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=213530

 

Parliament Excludes The Inclusion Of Important Bills On Its Agenda

 

Sumerian special   2022-12-08 | 03:12   Source:   Sumerian   250 views   Not including important laws on the parliament’s agenda has become commonplace. Many economic laws are of interest to citizens, such as the social security law and the oil and gas law, which is scheduled to be passed during the current session.

 

There are many laws within the corridors of parliament, between suspended and suspended, and many are also waiting to be included on the agenda for a vote. A failure followed by another for the Council and a deep slumber in it, as the previous agendas were absent from the pensioners’ salaries law and social security, which are considered a priority for many.

 

The oil and gas law, too, has not seen the light since previous parliamentary sessions due to the dispute over the mechanism for managing the oil fields, and the controversy is still present despite the existence of a draft law since the year two thousand and six, amid the possibility of making amendments to it in the event that Parliament took the decision to include it on the agenda.   LINK

 

Deputy: Three Reasons May Postpone The Provincial Elections

 

1,167    Representative Mudar Al-Karawi confirmed, on Tuesday, that postponing the provincial elections in 2023 is possible for three reasons.

 

Al-Karawi said, in a press interview seen by Taqaddam, that “the provincial councils are constitutional and cannot be abolished,” noting that “the decision to dissolve them came in accordance with legal implications, but their return now is a must, especially noting the negative aspects of their absence from the government scene in most of the provinces.”

 

He added, “The government has set a date for holding the provincial elections in 2023, but it is possible to postpone it for three reasons, which is the need to complete its law and make important changes in the Commission and the provisions of the law in addition to financial allocations and the extent of the general atmosphere that gives greater participation to the vote.”

 

He pointed out that “the return of the provincial councils is a fixed decision that cannot be changed except through a constitutional change, and this matter is difficult in light of the general conditions of the country.”

 

The House of Representatives for the last session decided most of the provincial councils 3 years ago, after large demonstrations in several provinces.   https://takadum-news.com/archives/135553