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The parliamentary branch rules out passing any law in Tuesday's session

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The parliamentary branch rules out passing any law in Tuesday's session Empty The parliamentary branch rules out passing any law in Tuesday's session

Post by rocky Sat 14 Apr 2018, 2:58 am


The parliamentary branch rules out passing any law in Tuesday's session

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 The parliamentary legal committee ruled out Saturday the success of the House of Representatives to pass any law during next Tuesday's session, pointing out that the meeting will be formal and propaganda purposes.
 MP Zana Said said in a statement that the House of Representatives has not been able to complete the legal quorum at all Tuesday, "noting that" the meeting will be formal and for electoral purposes only, without the possibility of passing any law is mentioned. "
"Said Said," The House of Representatives suspended his work a month ago and can return to work only after the new parliamentary elections next. "
The MP Mohamed Elkash said in a statement to / information / / on Friday to postpone the session of parliament scheduled for next Tuesday, stressing that the parliament will resume its sessions after the elections in May to vote on the rest of the draft laws are stalled. Ending / 25 d

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