The agenda of tomorrow's parliament session


12/6/2019 15:36:00
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The Council of Representatives is scheduled to hold its regular session on Thursday.

 

The Council of Representatives has raised its meeting on Tuesday after finishing the second reading of the draft of legal amendment of the provincial elections law, and the law of the martyrs of the crime of air base.

 

The agenda includes 15 items, including the first reading on the draft of the President's accession to the Minamata Convention on Tulips, the first reading on the draft of the accession of the President of the Republic to the Paris agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and a discussion on burning of the crops laws and other topics.

 

The MP Dylan Ghafur told PUKmedia: A number of MPs, mostly from the bloc of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, signed a request addressed to the Speaker of the Council of Representatives to approve the issuance of a parliamentary resolution which obliges the federal government to compensate farmers for the fires that erupted in their crops without exception.

 

The MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc: The President of the House of Representatives approved the request and requested adding it to the agenda of the meeting on Thursday.

 

 

 

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