Deputy: Parliament convened at noon is planned to disrupt important laws
19:58 - 18/09/2019
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Accused MP Sairoun Riad Mohammed, on Wednesday, political parties of being behind the holding of the House of Representatives meetings at noon to disrupt the passage of important laws.
Mohammed said in a statement to the information, that "the convening of parliament sessions after one o'clock is orchestrated by a number of political parties that do not want to stabilize [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
seek to disrupt the passage of important laws," pointing out that "the holding of meetings at noon does not allow the House of Representatives sufficient time To pass and discuss laws, as well as wrongly worded laws. ”
He added that "the House of Representatives did not hold a single session as scheduled due to the failure of its work and did not take its real role so far," calling for "the sessions of parliament at nine in the morning and for four hours to achieve a serious parliamentary work."
It is noteworthy that the Presidency of the House of Representatives has determined during its current session to convene the Council meetings at 1 pm. Finished 25 T.