[size=36]Parliamentary law reveals a proposal requiring the winning candidate to be sworn in within 60 days[/size]
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the legal committee in the House of Representatives, on Saturday, a proposal for amendment obliges the winning candidate to be sworn in 60 days.
"We in the Legal Committee have a proposal to amend the winning candidate to be sworn in 60 days after the first session of the House of Representatives," said Mohammed al-Ghazi, the committee's vice chairman.
He explained, "This proposal will be submitted to the House of Representatives at the beginning of the second legislative year in order to address this situation once and for all."
He continued: "You can replace the deputies deprived by the Electoral Commission, and not through the blocs, but so far there are no explicit legal articles dealing with the issue of deputies who have not been sworn in, although contrary to the Constitution, as it provides for the presence of 329 deputies representing the people." He explained that "such a situation indicates a defect in the House of Representatives."