Parliament resumes its sessions next week on his agenda is an important legislative files
Special _ Baghdad Post
The House resumes next week, the Iraqi parliament after the legislative recess of the first legislative term and the first on his agenda is the most prominent legislative files file security ministries vacant, and the formation of national policy and discuss the extension of U.S. troops to stay in the country after 2011.
Reported Msderfi Information Bureau of the Parliament's "Baghdad Post" that "Parliament will reconvene next week after the end of the first parliamentary recess that will last months," and pointed out that there are a number of bills and resolutions on the agenda for today's meeting. "
The MP said Abdul Hadi al-Hassani said in a statement to "Baghdad Post" that "there are many files of legislative awaiting full House of Representatives again for discussion and approval," he said, adding that the parliament will continue to discuss the laws, such as reading the first and second reading in addition to passing laws that have completed voting procedures by ".
He explained that "Parliament will discuss the issue of security ministries vacant House of Representatives and will study resumes of the candidates who submitted their Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to parliament before the recess."
For his part, MP for "Iraq," Mohammed Salman said the issue of forming a National Council for the strategic policy will be among the priorities of work of the parliament when it resumes its sessions ", and drew in a statement to" Baghdad Post "that in the case reached the political blocs during these days about the draft law, it will be included on the agenda of the Council for discussion and approval. "
He pointed out that "the issue of extension of U.S. troops to stay in the country after the year (2011) will also be on the agenda of the Council to their great importance, and pointed out that the debates big place on the issue and are waiting for the Government provides evaluation on the capacity of Iraqi army and police, recommendations and then the parliament will discuss and make decisions about it. "