- September 11, 2019
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A number of members of the National Council of the Movement for Change, resigned in protest against what they described as "political and administrative corruption" within the movement.
Saber Ismail, a member of the National Council in a press statement: "There was an agreement in the movement not to establish blocs or work patronage, but what is noticed by some leaders of the movement now the emergence of corruption within the movement."
He added that seven members of the National Council of the Movement (including them) submitted their resignations, pointing out: "The resignations came after they submitted several proposals and there were promises to implement them but they were not implemented." constitutional.
The National Assembly has the right to elect the executive chamber once, while the National Council itself has exceeded its constitutional age, he said, pointing out that those who want to elect the executive chamber want to control the movement of change.
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