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Parliamentary session: tomorrow's session will achieve a quorum of 90%

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Parliamentary session: tomorrow's session will achieve a quorum of 90%

Post by rocky on Mon 16 Apr 2018, 8:49 am


Parliamentary session: tomorrow's session will achieve a quorum of 90%

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The parliamentary legal committee expected on Monday that the parliament will be able to hold its meeting tomorrow with a full quorum of 90%, indicating that the continuation of the sessions or not will be determined by the presidency tomorrow.
"The House of Representatives will resume its sessions on a regular basis tomorrow, amid the insistence of the presidency and the political blocs to attend," said a member of the parliamentary legal committee Sadik al-Laban told the agency.
He added that "tomorrow's session will be able to hold a quorum by 90% and pass some of the laws are broken without the inclusion of any law of the disputed laws."
The frankincense that "the continuation of the meetings or not determined by the Presidency of the Parliament tomorrow," and expected "the preoccupation of members after tomorrow's election campaign."

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