Parliament to resume its sessions tomorrow by voting on a number of bills

The House of Representatives will resume its sessions on Tuesday in its 30th session of the current legislative term.

"The session includes voting on the draft laws for ratifying the Mutual Encouragement and Protection of Investments Agreement between the governments of Iraq and Iran, amending the law of the Association of Accountants and Auditors, and the second amendment to the Iraqi Central Bank Law issued by the Coalition Provisional Authority.

Principle on the draft law on the lease of agricultural land. And vote on the wording of a resolution regarding the water crisis in Samawah. "

"The meeting also includes voting on the recommendations of the Committee of Displaced and Displaced Persons and Expatriates on the return of displaced persons to their regions, and the accession of members of the candidates to the Committee of the kidnapped and the accession of candidates to the Committee to address the housing crisis in Iraq."

The first reading of the proposed law of the first amendment to the law of selectees No. (13) for the year 2011.

The first reading of the draft law of the sixth amendment to the law of implementation No. (45) for the year 1980.

The first reading of the draft law of ratification of the United Nations Convention on transparency in treaty arbitration between investors and States. And the first reading of the proposed law of the national body to protect peaceful coexistence.

"The session includes the reading of a report and discussion of the proposed law of Babylon, Iraq's cultural capital. And read the quarterly activity report of the Security and Defense Commission. "

The Presidency of the Parliament decided on the first of this month to postpone the session of the parliament until after the visit of forty.