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    Al-Mahna reveals 100 deputies did not attend the sessions of Parliament "final"

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    Post by Rocky Thu 30 Nov 2017, 6:37 am


    Al-Mahna reveals 100 deputies did not attend the sessions of Parliament "final"

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    The deputy of the National Alliance Sadik al-Mahna, on Thursday, the existence of 100 deputies did not attend any session of the House of Representatives "final", noting that the presidency of parliament is not "firm" in the application of the rules of procedure regarding absences.
    Al-Mahna said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "more than 100 deputies did not attend the sessions," describing it as "the shameful thing for the House of Representatives and the members."
    Al-Mahna added that "the absence includes all blocs without exception," noting that "the Presidency was not firm in the application of the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives."
    MP Mohammed al-Lakash demanded earlier the dissolution of the House of Representatives and the holding of early elections because of the frequent absences of quite a few members, and blamed the President of the Council, Salim al-Jubouri responsibility for the increase phenomenon of absences. Ending / 25 h

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