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Sayadi reveals efforts to parliament to extend his work to prevent the entry of the country in a con

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Jun 2018, 3:30 am

Sayadi reveals efforts to parliament to extend his work to prevent the entry of the country in a constitutional vacuum
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MP Kazem al-Sayadi revealed efforts to the parliament to extend his work another three months to prevent the entry of the country in a constitutional vacuum.


"There are parliamentary efforts to extend the work of parliament for three months in order to avoid entering the country in a constitutional vacuum," Sayadi said in a statement.


The constitutional vacuum is a term that calls for the survival of a government (executive authority) that exercises its functions with full powers without a parliament exercising its functions as a supervisory authority over the government.


For his part, said legal expert Tariq Harb said that "the Constitution does not allow the extension of the work of Parliament after 30 of this month." Adding that "the duration of the parliament's work only four years ending at the end of June current and can not be extended even for one day only to amend the Constitution, which set the period only four years."

 

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