[size=36]Parliament clarifies the reasons for the failure to pass the controversial laws referred to in the constitution[/size]
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. The House of Representatives clarified, on Saturday, the reasons for not approving the controversial laws referred to in the constitution.
"Half of the laws referred to in the constitution have not yet been legislated, because most of them need political agreement," said council member Bashir Al-Haddad.
Al-Haddad indicated that "the importance of these contentious laws that have not been enacted until now in the House of Representatives."
He affirmed, "These laws are added to what the Constitution requires, and their organization needs a law, but half of them have not yet been legislated, despite their importance to proceed with the full implementation of the constitution."
Al-Haddad continued, “Parliament, through its parliamentary committees, is conducting discussions and understandings with the political blocs, in order to reach political consensus in preparation for the legislation of a part of them during the next legislative term / 29/43.”