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Legal elections and 2014 budget during the current parliamentary session

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Legal elections and 2014 budget during the current parliamentary session

Unread postby admin » Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:17 am

Amin Jeju: legal elections and 2014 budget during the current parliamentary session

17-09-2013 12:22 PM

legal elections and 2014 budget during the current parliamentary session
Baghdad (news) .. According to MP / movement Yazidi for reform and progress / Amin Farhan Jeju, that the election law and the balance in 2014 Sicheraan during the current parliamentary session and other laws will leave to the next session. said Jeju in a statement (of the Agency news): The laws that will be completed during the current legislative are legal elections and the budget next year, and other laws will leave to the next parliamentary session. added: difficult to approve another law during the current parliamentary session because all the political blocs are looking for calm, especially since the parliamentary elections close all mass want to keep on audiences. said MP for the Movement Yazidi for reform and progress to: that the laws on which differences will leave to the next session. was a member of a coalition of state law, MP / National Alliance / likely Ihsan al-Awadi, migrate most important laws, which are still disabled within the House of Representatives to the next parliamentary session for the legislation, because of the continuing political differences between the parliamentary blocs. said Awadi in an earlier statement (the news): that many of the laws within the parliament were disrupted because of political differences despite the formation of a number of committees, consisting of all the blocks in order to discuss the laws broken, but It failed to reach satisfactory solutions to pass those laws. / End

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