Thurs. AM TNT News Articles 1-6-22



Parliament Completes Preparations For Holding The First Session Of The House Of Representatives

The Secretary-General of the House of Representatives, Sirwan Abdullah Serini, announced that all procedures have been completed to hold the first session of the House of Representatives in its fifth session on the scheduled date next Sunday morning.

The Secretary-General said, according to the official agency, that “the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives has completed all the security, administrative and technical procedures and preparations for holding the first session of the House of Representatives in its fifth session, on schedule, next Sunday morning.”

He pointed out that “a meeting was held this morning with the head of the age to discuss these procedures and give an explanation of the paragraphs listed on the meeting’s agenda and inform him of the steps by which the voting process will take place on the Speaker and his two deputies. link

Iraq practically enters the use of solar energy

The Iraqi Ministry of Environment announced, on Thursday, that the country has “practically” authorized the use of solar energy, noting that the controls for technologies in the use of these systems have been defined.

And she said in a statement, received by Shafak News Agency, that the committee charged with setting controls for financing electricity generation systems from renewable energy for citizens and industrial, economic, commercial and agricultural activities funded by the initiative of the Central Bank of Iraq approved the financial and technical controls early this year.

She added that this came in line with the state’s orientations to switch to the use of electricity generation sources from renewable sources, explaining that it had launched, with the Central Bank of Iraq and other state institutions, an initiative to implement the national adaptation plan for the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. 

The statement quoted the Director-General of the Environmental Awareness and Media Department, Amir Ali Al-Hassoun, as saying that the controls for technologies in the use of solar energy systems have been determined, which will allow citizens and various institutions to purchase them at competitive prices within the loan allocated to the initiative through local banks, indicating that the committee has established provisions and controls that guarantee Using the highest levels of technology and its sustainability through following up the standardization and quality control device, which will be installed under the supervision of specialized technical teams from the Ministry of Electricity. 

Al-Hassoun explained that the initiative to switch to clean energy comes in line with the government’s directions to abide by the decisions of the Paris Climate Change Conference, stressing that it is one of the fruits of the awareness campaigns implemented by the department in the public and private sectors as part of its plan to raise awareness of climate change. She referred to the formation of a committee headed by the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, with the membership of representatives from the Ministries of Environment and Electricity and the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control, as well as representatives of the private sector from experts and investors.

The Ministry of Environment presented a detailed table on the specifications and approximate prices of loans according to the size of the system, which is considered a qualitative leap in the environmental aspect and is economically feasible for what the citizen spends on purchasing energy. link

Political analyst: Choosing the parliament speaker will speed up the government formation process

The political analyst, Iyad Al-Anbar, said today, Thursday, that the process of selecting the Speaker of Parliament will expedite the process of forming the government.

Al-Amber said in an interview with Earth News, “We do not know the nature of the first session that will be held by the House of Representatives next Sunday, and all predictions can only be made through how the controversy over the largest parliamentary bloc will be resolved,” noting that “this issue is one of the He controls the speed of government formation, or do we go back to negotiations again.”

He added that “the differences will start more than the stage of choosing the prime minister, given that there is a fundamental difference in this department, but the most important thing is to know whether the selection of the Speaker of the House of Representatives will be decided early or not, because this will accelerate the process of forming the government and if it is not resolved, I think that there is a delay in the formation of the government.” government or take longer.

The political analyst continued, “Overall, the issues are interconnected and cannot be considered in one position without another, but I think that it will not last long, given that many controversial issues may be brought to the table for discussions and resolved in a short time and not necessarily take a long time as in previous years.”

It is noteworthy that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, called earlier on the winning candidates in the elections to hold the first session of the House of Representatives next Sunday. link

Source: Dinar Recaps


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