[size=36]Parliamentary committee reveals mechanism to exclude absent deputies from parliament[/size]
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revealed the legal committee in the House of Representatives on Saturday, the mechanism to exclude absent deputies from parliament.
The Vice-Chairman of the Committee, Mohammed al-Ghazi, "The law of the House of Representatives and its formations there are controls and timings for the absence, the deputy, who is absent three times in a single legislative chapter is excluded from the House of Representatives."
"However, the most complex is the issue of deputies who have not been sworn in at this moment, and whose case has not been addressed by the law of the House of Representatives, nor by other laws in force."
He continued: "You can replace the deputies deprived by the Electoral Commission, and not through the blocs, but so far there are no explicit legal articles dealing with the issue of deputies who have not been sworn in, although contrary to the Constitution, as it provides for the presence of 329 deputies representing the people." Explaining that "