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Session 30, First Term, First Year 2014-11-17 1.75 Hour Session with Agenda
Attendees : 323 Deputy
Absence with Excused : 0 Deputy
Absence without Excused : 18 Deputy
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- The Iraqi parliament held, on 17-11-2014 the session (30) of the first legislative term, first year of the third term. Headed by the speaker of the parliament Salem Aljboure, in the presence of (237) MPs. It is included:

- Swearing of MP. Hadee Alamere, as a member in the council of deputies.

- The council hosted, minister of oil Adeel Abed Almahde. To review economical and oil status and the agreement between federal government and Kurdistan province.

- Postponing back read of, a bill of ratification an agreement between Iraqi government and Jordanian government to encourage and protect investment. Which is presented by the committee of foreign relationships and the committee of economy and investment.

- Postponing back read of, a bill of ratification an agreement between Iraqi government and Kuwait for mutual protection and encouragement of investment. Which is presented by the committee of foreign relationships and the committee of economy and investment.

It is decided to adjourn the session to Tuesday on 25-11-2014.

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