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Post by RamblerNash on Mon May 20, 2019 11:34 pm

The House of Representatives is close to passing a pending resolution to my internal and defense staff

The House of Representatives is close to passing a pending resolution to my internal and defense staff Parlaman-iraq-new

2019/05/20 07:38:26
The vote of the House of Representatives in its 19th session held under the chairmanship of Mohamed Halbusi and the presence of 210 deputies to amend the Penal Code and ends the reading of the proposed law to restore the employees of the Ministries of Interior and Defense to service and report investigation of the incident of homeless women and discuss the environmental situation in Basra.

At the beginning of the hearing, Halabousi asked to consider the appeals submitted on the validity of the membership of some deputies because of the lack of quorum of two-thirds of the members of the Council.

The Council voted on the draft law amending the fines law contained in the Penal Code No. (111) of 1969 amending and other special laws No. (6) of 2008 submitted by the Legal Committee in order to amend the fines amounts stipulated in the Penal Code mentioned above and to complete this amendment to the penalties stipulated in other laws And to eliminate disparity by increasing the amounts of fines contained therein.

In another matter, the Presidency of the Council postponed reading the report and discussion of the draft law on the rights of martyrs of the air base crime submitted by the committees of martyrs, victims, political prisoners and human rights, to Wednesday for the purpose of maturation.

The council ended the reading of a report and discussion of the proposed law to restore the employees of the Ministries of Interior and Defense to the service provided by the Security and Defense Committee.

The MPs' interventions focused on the importance of speeding up the establishment of clear controls to restore the employees of the ministries of interior and defense, the actual implementation of it and take the government's opinion on their return to ensure the bill financial burdens and be comprehensive for all problems related to applicants to volunteer in the ranks of the security forces as well as the need to reconsider the separation of some employees of the Ministries of Interior and Defense Who had a long tradition of opposing the ousted regime and were dismissed for providing non-fundamental documents.

The interventions focused on the importance of half the families of martyrs and wounded members of the defense and the interior who were separated because of the forged documents and the treatment of the returnees to serve in the law, and the demand to correct the phenomena that took place in the past years who submitted false documents for appointment with the need to host the Chief of Staff of the Army and the Office of the Commander- To inquire about the situation of those who have not received their rights and to grant the commanders and commanders of the army and the police the authority to evaluate the dismissed soldiers and the fate of their return, as well as a proposal to return the dismissed to service provided that they completed their studies within the required conditions, Anon.

In turn, urged the President of the Council to amend the law of the security forces by making the condition of acceptance of the associate to build his ability to read and write instead of the requirement to obtain a certificate of primary to address the problem of employees of the Ministries of Defense and Interior dismissed.

In its response to the interventions, the committee stressed the inclusion of the segment of the dismissed members of the interior and defense law amnesty, especially that the number of about 1,000 security elements, pointing to the need to resolve the issue on the humanitarian side.

For his part, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Bashir Haddad stressed during the presiding over part of the session on the importance of speeding up legislation of the proposed law provided that the approval is not given to the process of forgery, but to address the provisions of the law legally, while retaining the academic level of employees of the interior and defense.

The Council then discussed the environmental situation in Basra Governorate.

The MP Faleh al-Khazali, the applicant for the discussion to the pollution of water, air and soil in the province of Basra and the presence of 18 sites for radioactive materials have not been treated so far as well as gas associated with the oil explorer, which has not been treated according to environmental determinants in addition to the presence of remnants of war in the waters of the Shatt al-Arab and pollution of rivers in the center Basra province.

He called on the deputy minister to issue a parliamentary resolution directing the government to solve the problem of environmental pollution in Basra according to a time ceiling and allocate the necessary amounts in the budget this year to cost the Ministry of Defense and other concerned parties to remove the war waste and provide sufficient amounts for those suffering from cancer and urged oil companies to abide by the determinants of the environment for safety Environmental issues.

In another context, the investigative committee of the displaced women's home in Adhamiya reported that it visited the house to find out the causes of the fire, meet with the remaining displaced women and document the testimonies of the officials in the house as well as host the Commission on Human Rights and the view On the minutes of the investigative committee formed in the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and the fact-finding report on the incident prepared by the Commission on Human Rights.

The report pointed out that the incident was not the first of its kind, but preceded by events and practices in the rehabilitation of juvenile displaced women in Adhamiya without any follow-up or investigative procedures, which indicates a clear failure in the functions of the administration of the house From the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs to the Ministry of Justice while the role of rehabilitation of displaced female juveniles has been assigned to the Department of Special Needs Care in the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.

The Committee recommended in its report that a criminal complaint should be filed and that those responsible for bringing the case to justice should be brought to justice for acts of a criminal nature that indicate the existence of criminal behavior that led to a fire in the house. Events and the law of the provinces that are not organized in the region to determine the specialized authority to manage these roles and work to strengthen the role of social researcher and activate the role of aftercare to ensure the rehabilitation of the displaced and their integration into society as well as the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs to carry out the investigation Basha 24 of the beneficiaries to their families after the incident directly without paying attention to their interests and to consider the possibility of inclusion of displaced girls in the network of social protection in addition to the importance of providing appropriate infrastructure that takes into account the age of girls and the type of crimes and events arrested by judicial decision and provide programs Psychological and health rehabilitation and provide cadres

Bashir Haddad, the council's deputy chairman, recommended that the committee on women, family and childhood follow up the investigation into the incident of the displaced women's home and the procedures for presenting it to the judiciary.


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