[size=36]Parliamentary: Saleh is not entitled to choose a candidate for prime minister in case of failure to grant confidence[/size]
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MP Alia Nassif, on Saturday, expressed her surprise at some people's interpretation of Article 76 of the constitution completely erroneous and their belief that the President of the Republic has absolute authority to assign an alternative to the Prime Minister-designate in case the parliament session is delayed to give confidence to the new cabinet formation or its convening and not to happen The cabinet formation is based on the confidence of Parliament, indicating that the President of the Republic has the mandate in accordance with the contexts of Article 76 of the largest bloc, and he is not entitled to unilaterally choose as some market.
Nassif explained, in a statement received by / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "the President of the Republic has the right to commission in accordance with the contexts of Article 76 of the largest bloc and he is not entitled to unilaterally choose, as some market in their paid explanations, and in the event that the parliament session does not take place to give confidence to the squad Government The President of the Republic is not entitled to assign another person to form a government according to his will and outside the constitutional context.
And she added: "In the event that the parliament session is held and the cabinet boasts the parliament does not have the confidence, (another candidate) must be appointed by the President of the Republic within fifteen days according to what is stipulated in paragraph (Fifth) of Article 76 of the Constitution, and the other candidate must It is one of the most numerous bloc (mentioned in paragraph 1 of Article 76), and this is what is meant by the other candidate.
Nassif went on: “Therefore, the interpretation of some of the legal provisions of Article 76 is not correct, as the President of the Republic does not have the absolute authority to assign another candidate based on an individual and personal decision, but rather is obliged to implement the constitution and choose a candidate from the largest bloc.” Ended 29 / A 43