“Pattern Playing out” – Sun. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ MilitiaMan 5-15-22

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MilitiaMan » May 15th, 2022

Looks like there is a pattern playing out. Both convening on or around the same day. UN meeting on Iraq and the Emergency food law. Yet, there is this bit from the court. According to Sadr the law is a necessity. Lets see if the dust settles on the matter. ~ MM

Clare » May 15th, 2022

The Security Council will hold its session on the situation in Iraq next Tuesday

05/15/2022

The United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI) announced today, Sunday, that the UN Security Council will hold its session on the situation in Iraq next Tuesday.

 And the mission said in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that “the UN Security Council will hold a session on the situation related to Iraq on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at 3:00 pm New York time (10:00 pm Baghdad time).”

She added, “It is expected that the Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, will brief the session on developments in Iraq and the work of the United Nations mission.”

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Parliamentary Finance is waiting for a “political consensus” to pass the Food Security Law

2022-05-15 10:29

A source in the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives stated, on Sunday, that the committee is waiting for a political consensus to pass the Emergency Support Law for Food Security and Development in Parliament.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “The committee’s presidency authorized the members to consult with their parliamentary blocs on the articles and paragraphs of the law that were agreed upon within the committee.”

He pointed out that “the Finance Committee will hold a meeting during the next two days to amend the articles of the law or proceed with the final vote on it and send its final draft to the Presidency of the House of Representatives for the purpose of including the law for voting in the nearest session.”

Yesterday, Saturday, the committee held a meeting on the maturation of the emergency support law for food security and development, and voted on most of the procedural articles of the law, in preparation for a wholesale vote and raising it to a vote in the parliament session.

Yesterday, Saturday, the leader of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, Qais al-Khazali, tacitly accepted the legislation of the Emergency Food Security Support Law.

Khazali said in a tweet seen by Shafak News Agency, The necessities are estimated, and the issue of food security for our people is a necessity, and the state’s capabilities must be harnessed for it, especially with the financial abundance as is the case now, adding, “This does not mean legislating a law that includes articles that open Corruption gates to the lords of corruption.

Yesterday, Saturday, the Iraqi parliament announced the postponement of its session on the emergency food security support law.

He attributed this to the request of some parliamentary blocs and for more consultations to mature the law and the need for more time.  LINK

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Documents .. The Federal Supreme Court decides to cancel the draft food security law

2022-05-15 10:38

The Federal Supreme Court (the highest judicial authority in Iraq) decided on Sunday to cancel the draft law on emergency support for food security and development based on a lawsuit filed by Representative Basem Khashan.

According to documents obtained by Shafak News Agency, and published below, the court issued a ruling to cancel the Food Security Law sent by the Council of Ministers to the House of Representatives after a lawsuit filed by Representative Basem Khashan.

The head of the Sadrist bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Hassan al-Adhari, commented on Sunday, on the decision of the Federal Court (the highest judicial authority in Iraq) to cancel the draft law on emergency support for food security and development, which was scheduled to be voted on by the Parliament during its next session.

The decision of the Federal Court to cancel the law that the Council of Ministers sent, earlier, to Parliament for the purpose of legislation, based on a lawsuit filed by Representative Basem Khashan.

Al-Adhari wrote in a tweet he posted on his Twitter account, “The interests of the Iraqi people and their livelihoods are in our hands, and we will work in all legal and legislative ways to ensure and defend them.”

The Iraqi parliament had suddenly announced the postponement of a session that was scheduled to be held yesterday, Saturday, to vote on the law, after making some amendments to its paragraphs, and adding other paragraphs.

In a statement received by Shafak News Agency, the Parliament’s media department stated that the decision to postpone the session came “at the request of some parliamentary blocs, and for further consultations to mature the law.   LINK

Finance Minister: The Federal Court’s decision will affect our ability to manage public finances

2022-05-15   Baghdad – conscious

Today, Sunday, Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul Amir Allawi, confirmed that the Federal Court’s decision regarding the emergency support law will affect our ability to manage public finances.

Allawi said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that “the decision issued by the Federal Supreme Court regarding the powers of the current government has important repercussions on the work of the Ministry of Finance, and in fact the court ruled that the current draft law on emergency financing proposed by the government is outside the powers of this government.” Government.

He added, “The Ministry of Finance drafted the emergency law with the full knowledge of the House of Representatives, and the project proposal was keenly interested in investing the gains arising from the rise in oil prices to confront the global rise in the prices of basic commodities that affected the poor in our country and to enhance our ability to confront food emergencies in the future, and to cover the cost of production Crude oil by the Ministry of Oil, to repay the Ministry of Electricity’s debt on fuel imports, and to help strengthen the Ministry of Finance’s financial barriers.”

He added, “Such a law was necessary in the absence of the 2022 budget due to the multiple funding issues the government faced. This draft law was in no way intended to be a substitute for a full budget.”

He pointed out that “the bill proposed by the Ministry of Finance was approved by the Council of Ministers and submitted to the House of Representatives for consideration, and today the Supreme Court issued its ruling, which made the bill inapplicable.”

He stressed that the Ministry of Finance fully respects the decisions of the highest court in the country and is working to implement them, but we must make it clear that the court’s decision will have an impact on our ability to manage public finances in a way that will mitigate the effects of the global rise in commodity prices and allow the government to meet the demands of the electricity sector with The beginning of the summer, in addition to the inability to meet the costs of oil extraction by the Ministry of Oil, and to build a reserve stock of grain.”

“In our scattered political environment, where government formation takes months to complete, it is difficult to see how stripping the caretaker government’s powers to manage crises and emergencies would serve the greater national interest,” he noted.  LINK

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