BAGHDAD - A member of the parliamentary legal committee Sadik al-Laban confirmed that "The Parliament is facing a major challenge to pass important laws in the coming period."
Al-Laban said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The current parliament has not left of its work, only two legislative chapters, and this will generate pressure on the political blocs and members of the House of Representatives to pass important laws that affect the Iraqi people and meet their requirements of service and living."
He explained that "the most important laws to be approved during the coming period are the laws of provincial elections and the selection of a new Board of Commissioners for the Independent High Electoral Commission, the Federal Court and amnesty amendments, and the other laws.
Al-Laban pointed out that "the legislation of the laws in parliament is still in the principle of political consensus between the blocs, because going out of this principle will lead to problems between the political blocs, and will be difficult to resolve it as the parliament is nearing its end."
Source: National Iraqi News Agency