Parliamentary Legislation: The law on special grades has been legislated since the 1960s and must be amended
09:40 - 23/10/2019
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A member of the Legal Committee of Parliament, and J. Abbas, Wednesday that the special grades law legislator since the sixties of the last century and should be amended in order to move away from quotas, noting that many of the laws need special rate of St. lego in the electoral law, which allows modification The big blocs only have to rise to power.
Abbas said in a statement to the information, that "the election law was passed after a year of its introduction in parliament, as there are many in the political blocs are looking for interest before looking for radical solutions to address the imbalance in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , and therefore [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] needs a revolution Reform begins with the parliament. ”
"The survival of 1.9 percent in the LEGO system will only allow large blocs to rise to power, and therefore a solution must be found to allow everyone to participate in the government."
He explained that "the Constitution needs to be amended to transform the regime in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] into a presidential and the adoption of some laws that have a political aspect in the designation of special grades, as the law of these grades law since the 1960s." Finished 25 N