Constitutional Amendments Committee: We have achieved 50% of the constitution ... and these articles have been agreed upon
Today, Thursday, the Constitutional Amendments Committee announced the completion of 50% of its work, revealing the articles that had been agreed to be changed.
Deputy Committee Chairman Youssef Mohamed said in a statement, "The committee has already taken the opinions of citizens, elites and legal experts to discuss constitutional amendments that can be agreed upon, in addition to other disputed articles."
He added that "the committee produced those materials for discussion in general, to reach satisfactory solutions for all parties," noting that it "has accomplished more than 50 percent of its work within the time specified for it within four months."
Mohamed added, "The most prominent articles agreed upon are to reduce the number of members of the House of Representatives during the next stage and change the political system and the article for naming the candidate for prime minister," stressing that "there is almost complete agreement to change these articles, while the committee is still continuing its deep discussions on the various articles." on her".
The vice-president of the committee affirmed, “The possibility of continuing the meetings during the legislative separation holiday even if they are in an informal manner”, revealing “the existence of complete seriousness in all the committee members in making amendments to the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] according to Article 142”.
He pointed out that "the majority of the articles that will be amended will proceed with the political process for the better," adding that "there are many problems in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Which are not related to the constitutional articles but rather in their application, so some amendments can lead to solutions to specific political problems.
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