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Parliament fell short of approving 20 bills during this legislative term: MP

2018/04/17 | 19:20

(Iraq Now News)- Chairman of the legal committee of the parliament Mohsen al-Saadun on Tuesday said the parliament failed to approve up to 20 bills during the current legislative term.He said the approval of these laws will be delayed to the coming term.The lawmaker also noted that the first and second reading of some laws were conducted.

And other laws were blocked for political reasons.Lawmaker with State of the Law Coalition Mansur al-Baiji said that most of laws that lawmakers failed to agree on will be approved in the coming term.

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