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    the Federal Supreme Court requests the repeal of the Law of the Council of State

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    Post by Rocky Tue 10 Oct 2017, 6:03 am

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    The Federal Information Office of the Federal Supreme Court said on Monday that the latter has responded to the request to repeal the law of the State Council.
    The head of the office, Ayas al-Samuk, said in a statement to the twilight news that "the Federal Supreme Court responds to the plaintiff's suit the Minister of Justice - in addition to his job to request the repeal of the Law of the Council of State, issued by the Council of Representatives in accordance with its powers provided for in Article (61 / I) of the Constitution, Violating the provisions of the Constitution. "




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