Legislative Parliamentary: Vote on the amendment of the rules of procedure of Parliament by the next legislative term
Parliamentary law announced that the vote on the amendment of the rules of procedure of the parliament will be the next legislative term.
The committee member Hussein al-Oqabi said that "the House of Representatives is about to amend its rules of procedure, especially some paragraphs relating to the swearing-in of new deputies," pointing to a legal gap in the rules of procedure Failure to be sworn in until now by some of the winning MPs.
He added that « [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] intends to address this gap through the amendment of the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives, and this amendment is currently underway to be voted on at the beginning of the new legislative term», noting that «one of the proposals is to set a ceiling one month after the announcement of the formation of the new government, to take the oath For the winning deputies.
On the other hand, the other member of the legal committee, Diamond Fadel, said that the House of Representatives has put a new amendment within its rules of procedure to strip the deputy who is not sworn in his [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] seat and all other privileges.
Fadel said, in a press statement, that «the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives include a set of amendments, including that the winning MP if he did not join the work within the House of Representatives within a period of one month, whether within the executive or in any other position, does not have the right to return to the House of Representatives one more time .
She added that «the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives still has not reached the final ratification yet to be effective and binding on all deputies to take the oath of office in the first official session, indicating that« the first legislative year will end soon and the winning deputy does not take the oath of office and does not provide service to citizens or give up his seat [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to another better than him.
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