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    Saadoun: 20 laws have not been resolved during the current parliament session

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    Saadoun: 20 laws have not been resolved during the current parliament session Empty Saadoun: 20 laws have not been resolved during the current parliament session

    Post by rocky Tue 17 Apr 2018, 8:26 am

    Saadoun: 20 laws have not been resolved during the current parliament session
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    The Chairman of the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives Mohsen al-Sadoun, on Tuesday, the existence of 20 law has not been resolved during the current session of parliament, will be deported to the next session.

    Saadoun said in a statement that "the total laws within the Legal Committee estimated 20 laws were not resolved during the current parliamentary session and will be postponed to the next session."


    "Some of the laws have been completed first and second and others have been disabled for political reasons," Saadoun said, noting that "the remaining time is not enough to pass those laws."


    The MP for the coalition of state law, Mansour al-Baiji confirmed, last week, that most controversial laws will go to the next parliamentary session because of lack of political consensus and the difficulty of holding a full session quorum inside the parliament.

     

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