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    The parliamentary law: The previous election law is valid, with minor amendments

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    The parliamentary law: The previous election law is valid, with minor amendments Empty The parliamentary law: The previous election law is valid, with minor amendments

    Post by Rocky Wed 03 Jan 2018, 3:25 am

    The parliamentary law: The previous election law is valid, with minor amendments
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    The parliamentary legal committee denied that there was any agreement on the draft election law, which was rejected in its present form.


    The Committee member Fayek Sheikh Ali said in a press statement: "What is being circulated in the media with an agreement on the election law is completely untrue."


    Sheikh Ali said: "A number of proposals and projects have been put forward, some submitted by deputies and other from the executive authority was rejected, and settled the opinion on an amendment to the law in force under which the previous elections were held."


    "The amendment stipulates reducing the age of the candidate to 28 years at the time of his candidacy. He should not be sentenced to imprisonment or imprisonment in accordance with a final judicial decision. He also prohibited the nomination of members of the armed forces, judges or heads of independent bodies."


    He pointed out that "the amendment also prevented the agents of ministries and general managers and those who are at the rank of candidates, only after submitting resignations three months before the date of elections at the very least, excluding members of the elected councils." 



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