Tues. PM KTFA News Articles/Thoughts 5-17-22



Clare » May 17th, 2022

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


A source in the House of Representatives revealed, on Tuesday, that tomorrow, Wednesday, will be set as the date for submitting the new food security bill in the House of Representatives, in addition to the second reading of the normalization bill with Israel.

The source said in an interview with Shafaq News Agency, “The House of Representatives will hold a session tomorrow, Wednesday, for the first reading of the new food security law submitted by the Parliamentary Finance Committee.”

The source added that “the session will also include the second reading of the draft law criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity.”

This comes after a short time in which the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, stated that the new food security law will be submitted to Parliament for a vote, and the Parliamentary Finance Committee indicated judicial and constitutional obstacles preventing Parliament and the government from approving laws to support security, food and livelihood, which the Federal Court rejected its legislation on the pretext that The current government is a caretaker.


And the head of the caretaker government in Iraq, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, confirmed that his government will face “obstruction” in providing electricity and services to the Iraqis, due to the decision of the Federal Court, which aroused the resentment of the Sadrist bloc, and the welcome of his rival, the coordination framework.

On May 15, 2022, the Federal Supreme Court (the highest judicial authority in Iraq) decided to cancel the draft law on emergency support for food security and development based on a lawsuit filed by Representative Basem Khashan, while it indicated that the Al-Kazemi government is a conduct of business and is not entitled to send bills, contract loans or Appointment and exemption from high positions in the state or restructuring ministries and departments.   LINK

Jamie-O » May 17th, 2022

WHAT DID I MISS???  I thought that their federal court just said they couldn’t do it?  And now their moving forward tomorrow???   IMO

Dallasdude » May 17th, 2022

They can vote on it..They can’t vote on it..They will vote tomorrow..They will vote Thursday..Ya gotta love a speculative investment ..

PattyCakes77 » May 17th, 2022


Smoke and mirrors. Just playing games with us. This blessing I feel so strongly is here.

Q3proud » May 17th, 2022

I believe the court ruled against the FSL based upon how it was worded. It was suggested that the Court gave them an open road map on what was needed to pass the law without violating the constitution. A second chance to prevent any possible [lawsuit] that may challenge such law.

DeepWoodz » May 17th, 2022

Isn’t Parliament business up to Parliament? The new Parliament IS the authority at this point, on all things parlimentarian. The court gave an OPINION, but Parliament can vote to allow the executive branch to submit what they want. It’s up to them. Imo

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