[size=36]Government's intention to return 25 bills to parliament[/size]
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The government intends to return 25 bills to the House of Representatives for legislation to fit the government program, while the deputies in the Legal Committee that these laws will serve citizens and promote the country's status during the next phase, in light of the existence of coordination between the government and parliament in this regard.
"The parliament has returned more than 113 bills to the government, in order to compare them with the government program," said the legal adviser Jabbar al-Shuwaili, according to the semi-official newspaper Al-Sabah. "The government had previously completed 20 bills and returned them to parliament For the sake of its legislation, especially as the competent committees read some for the first time and the second and others have reached the stage of voting and legislation as the law of industrial cities and amendments to the scientific complex "
He added that "the government intends to return 25 bills to the House of Representatives in the coming days after addressing linguistically and legally, adding parliamentary proposals submitted by members of the House of Representatives and the relevant committees in accordance with the Constitution to put on the agenda again."
For his part, said a member of the legal committee in the House of Representatives Hussein Aqabi, according to the newspaper, "The agreement between the parliament and the government to legislate laws necessary and important to the government, which can be the basis for the continuation of the government program, especially those related to the Constitution."
While the member of the Committee Mahmoud Mullah Talal, "It is the functions of the government to prepare the law in which the interest of the citizen, while the Council works to amend and develop and delete and the introduction of any law sent from the government, not to be a financial burden."
He explained, according to the newspaper, that "a law whatever carries the pros or cons if sent to Parliament, there will be audits by the competent committees and experts and technicians to complete it in the interests of the citizen and society in general."