Deputy: Some blocs did not attend today's session to break the quorum and thwart the passing of the election law
16:17 - 11/12/2019
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The deputy of the Alliance of Raiders Riyad Al-Masoudi affirmed on Wednesday that a number of members of the House of Representatives did not attend today's session to break the quorum and thwart the passing of the new election law, while the session did not take place until now because there was no complete quorum.
Al-Masoudi said in a statement to "Al-Maalouma", that "the election law was placed in exceptional circumstances and carries a number of negatives and positives and some areas that include constitutional violations", pointing out that "the electoral law should be passed with paragraphs dealing with the street that is derogatory from the political process."
He added that “a large number of members of Parliament and political blocs did not attend the parliament dome for the purpose of breaking the quorum of today's session and thwarting the passage of the new election law because it harms the interests of some parties and political forces.” Noting that “the session did not take place until now because there is no complete quorum.”
The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, confirmed today, Wednesday, that the parliament is required to pass an election law that has equal opportunities and guarantees a better representation of all segments. It ended 25 T.