[size=36]MP: Abolition of privileges for deputies and special grades will come into effect starting next month[/size]
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Member of the Council of Representatives Shirawan al-Dobardani, on Wednesday, that the abolition of privileges for deputies and special grades will come into effect as of November 1 next.
Al-Dobardani said that "the resolutions voted by the House of Representatives in Monday's session will be drafted in the form of laws by the Legal Committee in the House of Representatives and sent to the government for the purpose of implementation," stressing that "all decisions were based on legal and constitutional articles."
He added, "The vote to end the provincial, district and district councils has been in force since last Monday's session, in addition to the abolition of privileges for deputies and special degrees will come into effect as of November 1 next."
Regarding the objection of some provincial councils to the parliament vote to terminate their work and considered it illegal, Al-Dobardani agreed that it is "illegal," as there should be legislation based on the second amendment to the provincial councils law and the decree no. 12 of 2019. And provincial and legal to end the work of those councils and voting as of early November. "
And that, "what the House of Representatives did is to vote to stop their work permanently and their allocations and send that by law to the government to enter into force."
Al-Dobardani hinted that "the Council authorized the Governor to carry out all work until elections in April next year, and while the executive authority will issue these instructions, the supervision and control by the deputies on the conservatives until the elections."