Deputy: Some MPs boycotted Wednesday's session a letter to the Federal Court
A member of the parliamentary legal committee Wajih Abbas, on Saturday, that the boycott of some members of parliament for Wednesday's meeting a letter to the Federal Court not to delay the issues of replacement of members for a long time.
Abbas added that the issue of the replacement of organs is a judicial issue, not political or partisan, and we believe that the basis of the law is by committing others to what they committed themselves.
He explained that "we entered the elections in accordance with laws approved by the judiciary and we believe that the judicial decisions issued by the Federal Court has compulsory and compulsory power even to the legislative authority."
Abbas added that "our objection was not on the origin of the decisions, but on the delay in the issuance of those resolutions, as the life of the parliament more than eight months and then comes today to replace a number of members may hear after a period of other resolutions," pointing out that " Will create a kind of confusion with the work of the legislative authority was the first to be resolved such things in the first three months of the life of parliament.
Abbas said that "we will work for the leaders to give a time limit within the laws set by a maximum of three months to resolve such decisions," stressing that "boycott Wednesday's session was a message from parliament to the Federal Court the need to expedite the resolution of these files."
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