[size=36]Committee: Displaying the government curriculum hours before the parliament session is not valid[/size]
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, The Legal Committee of the House of Representatives saw, on Sunday, displaying the government curriculum hours before the parliament session was improper.
The committee’s deputy, Hussein Al-Oqabi, said, “Presenting the government curriculum hours before the session is not valid and the curriculum should be specific and its schedule and topics known, including the popular demands and the transitional stage and addressing the problems and failures that occurred at this stage,” stressing that “the curriculum The ministerial should be of a transitional nature, depending on the nature of the government formed. "
Al-Okabi explained, "The presentation of the names of the government booth and its platform must be before the special session in a suitable period in order for members of the House of Representatives to have sufficient time to collect information and study the curriculum well, and then vote positively or negatively." End 29 / A 43