Sheikh Hammoudi recommends that the involvement of the executive and supervisory institutions in the meetings of the Parliamentary Committees


 

History of edits:: 06.06.2016 17:2327 visits readable
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} recommended by the board of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, Sheikh Hamoudi, the need to involve the executive and supervisory institutions through a joint meeting between the finance ministries of control and discuss the audit reports and its answer to the ministries by the presence of the competent parliamentary committees and transferred directly to the public for consultation.
He called Sheikh Hamoudi said in a statement issued by the Information office received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it in the ordinary course, themeeting of the heads of departments in his office today to the need to expand the activities and duties of citizens affairs including them with direct contact with the needs of the Iraqi individual and the transfer of its problems to agencies andexecutive departments “stressing” the importance of intensifying staff training courses to enable them to perform their duties in an effective and distinctive and benefit from international experiences in parliamentary aspects.
and listened first Deputy chairman of the Council to “meeting notes , ” expressing ” its readiness to overcome all the obstacles that are to contribute to the development of effective solutions to enhance supervisory and legislative roles of the House of Representatives as well as to promote the work of thecommittees and the involvement of syndicates and unions and civil society organizations, citizens and through the media, thanking the local media that convey Alanejazat and failures objectively not only the transfer of the black image , but contribute to the transmission of hope in the hearts of Iraqis .anthy

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