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Iraqi Parliament convenes next week to pass a set of bills

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2021-08-26T14:01:23+0000
Iraqi Parliament convenes next week to pass a set of bills

Shafaq News/ The Parliament will convene next week to conduct a vote on a set of bills, the media office of the Iraqi Parliament said on Thursday.

According to a press release issued earlier today, the Parliament will hold a session on Sunday to pass a set of draft laws on its scheduled for voting on its agenda.

Among many bills, the Parliament will vote upon a bill on sports clubs, a bill on protecting the rights of law employees, and another on the Iraqi software developers union.

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