President receives Parliamentary Legal Committee


15/9/2019 22:37:00
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President Salih welcomed Mr. Ribwar Hadi, the Head of the Legal Committee of the Council of Representatives, and his delegation into the Presidential Office in Baghdad today. 

 

His Excellency said that it is essential to focus on drafting and passing legislation so as to complete the legal foundations of the Iraqi State.  

 

The President noted that the current Legislative Term will be an important one.  Draft laws will soon be submitted to the Parliament jointly with the Prime Minister. These will focus on economic transformation, major infrastructure projects, and promoting job opportunities for Iraqi youth. 

 

President Salih expressed hope that these bills be approved quickly, noting the cooperative and friendly relationships between the President, the Prime Minister, and the Parliament Speaker. 

 

His Excellency stressed the importance of close coordination between the Presidential Office and the Parliamentary Legal Committee so as to continue serving the Iraqi people in ways that strengthen security and enhance stability across the country.  

 

 

PUKmedia \ Iraqi Presidency


 

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