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Deputy: The political blocs agreed on most of the contentious points in the election law

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Post by rocky on Tue 10 Dec 2019, 2:01 pm


Deputy: The political blocs agreed on most of the contentious points in the election law

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The MP, of the Alliance of Others, Abbas Alaiwi, affirmed on Tuesday that the political blocs agreed on most of the contentious points regarding the new election law, while indicating that the House of Representatives will vote through a session tomorrow, Wednesday, on the election law without delaying it for another time.
Aliwi said in a statement to the "information", that "the political blocs agreed to adopt 100% for the highest votes and go towards multiple electoral districts and determine the age of the candidate by 25 years," noting that "two points reduce the number of members of the House of Representatives and prevent the dissection of a number of government figures She was not adjusted because she needed a constitutional amendment.
He added that "most of the contentious points have been overcome and agreed upon politically to pass the law as requested by the people to achieve an electoral law that is fair to all."
The Media Department of the House of Representatives has published, today, Tuesday, the agenda of the parliament session for tomorrow, Wednesday, including voting on the new election law. It ended 25 T.


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