Parliament dismisses the deputy and his deputies and votes on the decisions on the incident of the phrase {extended}


Editorial date: 2019/3/24 16:59

The parliament voted in the fifth session of the second legislative term of the first legislative year in the fourth election session under the chairmanship of Mohammed al-Halbusi, the president of the Council, on Sunday, in the presence of 274 deputies to dismiss the governor of Nineveh Nofal al-Aakoub and his deputies.

At the beginning of the session, Al Halbusi, on behalf of the House of Representatives, expressed his deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the ferry in the city of Mosul, asking God to heal the victims and to inspire their families patience and solace.

The deputies read Al-Fatihah in tribute to the victims of the tragedy and the martyrs of Iraq.

He called on the council to begin removing corruption in cooperation with other authorities and to announce clear quality standards that are strictly observed in various areas of life through the concerned authorities, The media to show the bright side and national cohesion and the integration of the media and the press to assess the negative cases in addition to the prosecution of all extortion by names and addresses respectable to Iraqis and raising the security and service capabilities to deal with disasters quickly and the enactment of a special law for victims of General heritage.

The council voted to dismiss the governor of Nineveh, Nawaf Hammadi al-Aakoub, and his two deputies, ‘Abd al-Qadir Abdullah and Hasan Zunun, on the proposal submitted by the prime minister for negligence and negligence.

The Council also completed a vote on a parliamentary resolution that includes recommendations to the government and the judiciary, including the completion of fundamentalist investigations regarding the ferry incident, the accountability of the defaulters, the victims of the incident and the compensation of the victims of the incident, while ensuring the right of their relatives to resort to the judiciary and adding all cases of financial and administrative corruption.

Halabousi stressed the readiness of the House of Representatives to consider all requests for compensation for the affected people of the Iraqi people.

The Council also voted on a parliamentary resolution including recommendations addressed to the Prime Minister, the Commander of the Armed Forces and the President of the Judicial Council, which included the unification of the military command and control of the military forces and the completion of the existing military forces to ensure the adaptation of the sons of the province and redeployment and deployment of military forces to maintain security.

The commander-in-chief of the armed forces shall take all measures to close down the unofficial headquarters, whatever they are, and provide explosives detection devices and to strengthen the intelligence services in numbers and equipment, as well as to provide all the capabilities of the judicial system of investigators and judges and reopen the courts and stop all forms of smuggling, especially iron, Urgent by the effort of the government and local reconstruction of the province and the closure of the file of displacement and accelerate the procedures for compensating the affected and the launch of financial allocations for the province and other provinces.

Halabousi announced the receipt of a request from 121 deputies including the dissolution of the Nineveh Provincial Council and the referral of its members to the judiciary for serious irregularities and administrative negligence, indicating the referral of the request to the Legal Department and legal adviser in the Council for the purpose of considering it to be presented later to the Council.

In a related context, the Speaker of the House of Representatives formed a delegation of deputies to the Council to visit the city of Mosul and meet the families of victims of the accident ferry.

The Council completed the first reading of the draft Law on Illegal Profits submitted by the Integrity, Legal and Financial Committees to protect public funds, prevent conflicts of private interests with the public interest, and ensure the legality of the confiscation of the funding of political and non-governmental organizations and to subject those who exploit their jobs to illegal enrichment of public funds Oh.

The Council completed the first reading of the draft industrial cities law submitted by the Committee of Economy and Investment for the purpose of organizing the establishment, development, management and operation of industrial cities in accordance with contemporary experiences and with the aim of encouraging and expanding private investment and strengthening the capabilities of the national economy.

The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives Hassan al-Kaabi during the presiding over part of the session on the postponement of the first reading of the draft law to address the abuses of housing and submitted by the committees of services and reconstruction and legal, and presented in another session after a joint meeting with the relevant committees on Tuesday.

The Council ended the first reading of the draft law on the first amendment to the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017. Provided by the Finance Committees, the Reconciliation Committee, Tribes and Religious Affairs and the Legal Committee for the purpose of enabling those covered by the provisions of seizure and confiscation of movable and non- Transferred to the staff of the former regime No. (72) for the year 2017 from the submission of applications to object to the confiscation of their movable and immovable property and request to lift the reservation signal before the committees formed for this purpose.

It was then decided to adjourn the meeting until Monday, 25/3/2019

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