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Resolutions passed by the Kurdistan Parliament are available here as PDFs of hard-copy scans. 

Resolutions are formal statements of an opinion or a decision that has been voted and agreed on by the members of Parliament. Resolutions are used to express Parliament's position on important events and issues that arise. Or often, resolutions are simply decisions on parliamentary procedures, such as approving membership of Parliament's committees or forming special ad hoc committees. Another type of resolution is votes of confidence in new governments and in nominees for ministerial positions, and voting to select heads of boards and commissions. Resolutions are also used to declare or designate annual holidays, remembrances and commemorations, and to give special titles to cities and other administrative areas.

The resolutions are categorized by year: