Iraqi Parliament to vote on electoral commission and federal court draft laws01/09/2012 15:57
ERBIL, September 1 (AKnews) – Iraq’s Parliament is set to vote on the High Electoral Commission and federal court draft laws in its 19th session on Monday, said an Iraqi MP from the Kurdistan Blocs Coalition.
Saed Rasul Khoshnaw said: "Parliament's agenda for Monday’s session includes 11 draft laws. Parliament is set to vote on seven of them and will proceed with the other four."
Khoshnaw added that the federal court draft law will be voted on first. Then members will vote on third modification of the district, town and provincial council elections and the ideal agriculture village draft law.
In the session, parliament will also vote on draft laws such as the supreme justiciary council and increasing the number of commission members.
Iraq’s Parliament yesterday proceeded with the first and second readings for six draft laws. The session was held in attendance of 178 members and headed by the first deputy parliament speaker Qusay Suhel.
By Mohammed Abdul Rahman