Parliament to open the prime minister to send candidates replacement of the service council


Editorial date:: 2017/7/23 16:0835 times read
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Parliament called on the Prime Minister to send candidates replacements to the Federal Public Service Council after the rejection of candidates number 11.
A statement by the Information Department of the House of Representatives that “the Chairman of the Council of Salim al-Jubouri, chaired on Sunday a meeting involving the heads and representatives of parliamentary blocs and committees, in the presence of Sheikh Hamam Hamoudi Aram Sheikh Mohammed Vice-President of the Council.”
He added that “the meeting devoted to discuss the re-put the vote on the candidates to fill the Federal Service Council and the formation of a parliamentary committee to reform the reality of institutions and government bodies and discuss the supplementary budget for 2017 and agree to convene a meeting of representatives of the province of Kirkuk to discuss the election law of the Kirkuk Provincial Council.”
The statement pointed out that “it was decided during the meeting not to put the names of candidates for the Federal Service Council to vote again and to approach the Prime Minister to send candidates replace them, and also agreed to form a parliamentary committee to reform the reality of institutions and government bodies.”
“It is also scheduled to hold a meeting on Monday in the presence of the President of the Council and his deputies and deputies representatives of the province of Kirkuk to discuss the issue of elections Kirkuk provincial council.”
The meeting also discussed, according to the statement, “the most important items and paragraphs of the supplementary budget for 2017, where the Chairman of the Finance Committee a presentation on the most important items and materials that will be included in the supplementary budget.”
The House of Representatives postponed in its last Tuesday vote on the candidates of the Federal Public Service Council, and voted against all candidates, including candidate {Huda Abdul Malik Abdul Ghafur} to head the Federal Service Council, and {Khawla Talib Jabbar} Vice-President of the Council.

The vote on the names of the candidates and the formation of this council may change the existing administrative situation and streamline the file of appointments in the government departments,” said a member of parliament’s chairmanship, Sheikh Hammam Hamoudi . is over

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