The House of Representatives is scheduled to hold its fourth regular session on Saturday to vote on a number of bills.
The MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) said in a special statement to PUKmedia: The session will see a vote on the draft law of accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on Maternity Protection (revision) No. (183) for the year 2000. And vote on the draft law ratifying the protocol of 2014 supplementing the Convention on Forced Labor No. 29) for the year 1930. Voting on the draft law ratifying the Convention on the exemption of holders of diplomatic passports and service / official from the entry visa between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Republic of Serbia. A vote on the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage.
He added that the session will also witness the first reading of the draft law of the First Amendment to the Law of Supporting the Internal Sections Fund at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research No. (7) of 2012. The first reading of the proposed amendment to the law of the second amendment to the law of compensation for those affected by military operations and military mistakes and terrorist operations No. (20) For the year 2009 (amended). The proposal for the Health Insurance Law continues to be discussed in addition to general discussions for 15 minutes.
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