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Post by rocky on Sun 15 Sep 2019, 8:06 am


Parliamentary Legal: Parliament embarrassed the blocks by adopting the inclusion of controversial laws on its agendas

12:48 - 15/09/2019



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member of the Legal Committee, MP Hussein al-Oqabi, on Sunday, the parliament set its legislative priorities to adopt legislation controversial laws that were dead in the inclusion of the House of Representatives for nearly 15 years embarrassing political blocs to push them to find consensus.
Al-Oqabi said in a statement to the (information), that "the current session of the House of Representatives in front of a challenge to prove the self and we only have to go on legislation controversial laws that have become dead fifteen years ago the inclusion of the House of Representatives."
He added that "our presentation of these laws within the legislative tasks of the current session or rather the current legislative chapter is an embarrassment for the political blocs to proceed to hold dialogues and discussions to communicate to consensus formats for approval."
Al-Oqabi pointed out that "in case the blocs do not reach consensus on the laws included in the work of the Council, we will go to the majority option." Ends / 25 m


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