The House of Representatives discusses the termination of the work of the media and communications

12/6/2019 13:12:00

It is scheduled to hold the House of Representatives' regular session, on Thursday to discuss a number of bills.


A parliamentary source told PUKmedia: Tomorrow's session will see a vote on the wording of a resolution on the termination of the Council of Commissioners of the Information and Communication Authority. And the first reading of the draft law on accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Minamata Convention on mercury. And the first reading of the draft law of accession of the Republic of Iraq to the UNESCO Convention on the protection of underwater cultural heritage.


The source added that the meeting will also see the first reading of the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Paris Convention of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change of 1992. The first reading of the draft law of ratification of the exemption agreement holders of diplomatic passports and official service of the entry feature between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Republic of Republic Serbia. And the first reading of the refugee bill. The first reading of the bill will draw the stamp of the national campaign to build schools and kindergartens. And a report on the housing crisis. And some general discussions.




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