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    Deputy to the "light": laws and controversial legislation will go to the next session

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    Deputy to the "light": laws and controversial legislation will go to the next session Empty Deputy to the "light": laws and controversial legislation will go to the next session

    Post by Rocky Fri 13 Apr 2018, 7:14 am

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    Deputy to the "light": laws and controversial legislation will go to the next session
    The member of the Legal Committee MP Sadik al-Laban, said that the controversial laws and legislation will go to the next session, because of the lack of political consensus on the passage of some of them since the first parliamentary session.
    The MP said in a statement to "Nour News", that "it is not possible that the House of Representatives to hold a full session of the quorum within the dome of parliament for the absence of most members of the House of Representatives because of their concern campaign propaganda for the elections."
    And frankincense, "regretted the existence of something similar to the custom that the laws are delayed by the duration of the parliamentary session and then go to the next session because of the inability of the political blocs to reach compromise solutions among them."


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