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  1. Iraq - Cooperatives - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Revolutionary Command Council Resolution No. 150.

    Adoption: 1987-03-19 | IRQ-1987-R-3438

    (English version published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Iraq, Vol. 30, No. 17, 29 Apr. 1987, pp. 6-7). The Resolution provides that the provisions of the Labour Code, Act No. 150 (LS 1970 - Iraq 1, 1973 - Iraq 1A, 1B) and of the Law of Pension and Social Security for workers (No. 39 of 1971) shall be restricted to workers in the private, mixed and co-operatives sectors. Union organisations for workers and the jurisdiction of the labour courts shall also be restricted to those sectors. A draft labour law for workers in those sectors is to be drawn up by the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. All workers in state departments and the socialist sector shall be considered as officials equal in rights and obligations, subject to the Rules of State Departments and Socialist Sector Officials' Discipline. The Resolution also contains provisions regarding such workers' monthly wages, pensions and social security.

  2. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    The Cooperatives Act (Ch. 1) (No. 58 of 1982).

    Adoption: 1982-08-09 | IRQ-1982-L-32524

  3. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Act amending the Cooperative Agricultural Bank Act (No. 110 of 1974) (No. 88 of 1979).

    Adoption: 1979-07-23 | IRQ-1979-L-32525

  4. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    The Housing Cooperation Union Act (No. 37 of 1978).

    Adoption: 1978-03-20 | IRQ-1978-L-32528

  5. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Security Funds of Farmers' Cooperative Societies Act (No. 156 of 1977).

    Adoption: 1977-12-26 | IRQ-1977-L-32527

  6. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Law on Farmers Cooperatives Societies (No. 43 of 1977).

    Adoption: 1977-03-17 | Date of entry into force: 1977-03-28 | IRQ-1977-L-40399

    Makes provisions for: purposes and tasks of the cooperative, establishment, administration, finances and accounts, control of the cooperative, union and merger, privileges, dissolution and liquidation, punishment and other miscellaneous.

  7. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Law on Agricultural Cooperative Bank (No. 110 of 1974).

    Adoption: 1974-08-14 | Date of entry into force: 1974-08-25 | IRQ-1974-L-40400

    Establishes the Agricultural Cooperative Bank, for undertaking in particular the financing of cooperative agriculture without considering profit as a fundamental target. The Bank is exempted from some duties and taxes. Credit for the purposes provided for in this law shall be confined to the Bank.

  8. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Agrarian Reform Law (No. 117 of 1970).

    Adoption: 1970-05-21 | Date of entry into force: 1970-05-30 | IRQ-1970-L-40404

    Comprised of (5) chapters, only the fourth concerns cooperatives (agricultural cooperative societies and collective farms). Sets out the objects of such cooperatives and provides for related matters.

  9. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Law for the Appropriation of Agricultural Pumps, Machinery and Implements pertaining to Cooperative Peasant Societies (No. 7 of 1970).

    Adoption: 1970-01-05 | Date of entry into force: 1970-01-08 | IRQ-1970-L-40402

    Provides procedures for appropriation of agricultural pumps, machinery and implements for the benefit of cooperative peasant societies, according to their size, requirements and efficiency.

  10. Iraq - Cooperatives - Law, Act

    Law (No. 31 of 1965) Amending the Cooperative Bank Law, No. 163 of 1959.

    Adoption: 1965-01-25 | Date of entry into force: 1965-02-22 | IRQ-1965-L-40405

    Modifies article 10(1) to read as follows: "The appointment of the Director General and the fixing of his salary shall be by decision of the Council of Ministers and a Republican Ordinance."

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