Tomorrow .. the last sessions of Parliament before entering the legislative holiday
The parliamentary legal committee confirmed on Wednesday that Thursday's session will be the last session of the extension period and parliament will enjoy a legislative holiday.
And will begin in a new legislative chapter on the third of September next, noting that the meeting tomorrow will be a regular session will not discuss any issue or issue is important.
The member of the Committee MP Salim Hamza said in a statement that "the House of Representatives will end the second legislative chapter, which was extended for one month during tomorrow's session," noting that "tomorrow's session will be a regular session will not discuss any issue or issue is important."
Hamza added that "the Legislative Council will have a legislative break and will begin with its new legislative term on September 3," adding that "the third legislative term will address the vote on the amendment of the civil service law which was prepared to vote."
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