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Al-Zamili: The “new” food security law will be submitted to Parliament for a vote

The First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the “new” food security law will be submitted to Parliament for a vote.

Al-Zamili said in a statement to the official news agency, followed by Mawazine News, that he met with “the Legal Committee regarding two important laws that must be submitted after obtaining approval and discussing them in the Legal Committee, which criminalizes normalization with the Zionist entity and must be submitted for reading in the nearest session.”

He added, “The new food security law was presented by the Parliamentary Finance Committee as a draft law and will be read first by the House of Representatives, voted on and transferred for implementation by the government,” noting that “the draft law concerns the citizen and the social welfare segment, the disbursement of farmers’ rights, and allocating an amount to the Ministry of Electricity to pay off debts and import gas.

He continued, “There are other paragraphs that affect food security, and without these paragraphs, if laws are not enacted that pertain to the Iraqi citizen and address issues of electricity, agricultural development and social welfare, life will be disrupted, and as a result the citizen wants a lot of legitimacy from Parliament.”   link

The Iraqi parliament sets tomorrow, Wednesday, the first reading of the Food Security Law

The Iraqi parliament sets tomorrow, Wednesday, the first reading of the Food Security Law   link

How does the decision of the Iraqi Federal Court to cancel the emergency support law affect the citizen? Al-Kazemi’s advisor answers

The Iraqi Federal Court issued its decision, the day before yesterday, Sunday, to cancel the draft law on emergency support for food security after a representative in Parliament submitted a lawsuit demanding it.

According to the Iraqi News Agency , the technical advisor to the Iraqi Prime Minister, Haitham al-Jubouri, confirms that the decision of the Federal Supreme Court, which is the highest judicial authority in Iraq, to cancel the draft law on emergency support for food security will have negative effects on the citizen directly.

Al-Jubouri monitored some of these effects, saying: “The repercussions may include farmers with regard to wheat and barley crops and the electric power sector, especially the file of gas import and its debts amounting to one billion and 600 million dollars to neighboring Iran. There are pledges to pay in this regard and cancellation will cause the prevention of its implementation.”

Regarding the groups affected by this decision, Al- Kazemi’s advisor confirmed that the owners of “social welfare salaries, the owners of the food ration, the unemployed and the electricity sector will be among the biggest affected.”

Regarding the electricity file and its impact on the court’s decision, Al-Jubouri said: “The Minister of Electricity informed us that 8000 megawatts of energy will be excluded because it is related to gas, which represents a third of the energy. Money on previous prices according to the 2021 budget, and now food prices have risen a lot, and the same amounts cannot be allocated.”

And about what Al- Kazemi’s government will do to overcome the crisis, the Iraqi official explained that they have begun studying several options, “as of today, and we are trying to overcome the problem by taking legal and constitutional measures to achieve the interests of the Iraqi citizen.”

And about the parliament’s proposal for bills, and the validity of that, Al- Kazemi’s advisor said : “The Federal Court has determined for the legislative authority the possibility of proposing bills, except for those that have a financial aspect or conflict with the government program or that relate to the judicial authority, and the government’s opinion must be taken in any decision regarding it.” Finance”.  link

The coordination framework ends its meeting at Al-Abadi’s house.. This is what was agreed upon

The coordination framework ended its meeting today, Monday, which was held at the home of the head of the victory coalition Haider al-Abadi.

A well-informed source told Earth News, “The coordinating framework ended its meeting, which it held at the home of the head of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi, while it was agreed to issue a statement in response to the accusations against him.”

A well-informed source said earlier to Earth News, “The coordination framework is holding a meeting this evening at the home of the leader of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi.”

He described that “the meeting will discuss the latest developments in the political arena,” stressing that “the meeting was devoted to the Shiite forces affiliated with the framework, and there will be no participation of the Sunni and Kurdish forces allied with it.”

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, stressed today, Monday, that the Iraqi people suffer from poverty, and we will not return the country to quotas.

Al-Sadr said in a speech followed by Earth News, that “the actions of the blocking third are shameful and their rudeness has reached the stage of disrupting the interests of the people,” and asked: “Do you think that your actions will force us to ally with you?”

He added, “The authority has blinded the eyes of the blocking third in front of the people’s interests link

Source: Dinar Recaps

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