Al-Tamimi explains the legal procedure if Parliament is unable to hold a voting session for the government
08:59 - 08/04/2020
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Legal expert Ali al-Tamimi, on Wednesday, explained the legal procedure in the event that Parliament was unable to hold a voting session on the new [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] .
Al-Tamimi said in a statement to “Information”, that “the person in charge of forming a government has 30 days in accordance with Article 76 of the Constitution, in order to present his cabinet and ministerial curriculum.
He added, "In the event that Parliament is unable to hold its session, this is not the problem of the taxpayer, especially if he completes his cabinet and his ministerial approach."
And that "if the parliament is unable to hold the voting session on the cab and the curriculum due to the current circumstances, the candidate will remain in office until the session is held and he has fulfilled his requirements."
He noted that "the parliament session can be hypothetical within the closed circuit, as happened at the G20 summit through direct contact with the closed circuit."
He explained that "Parliament needs to hold the session and vote in the negative or positive way over the taxpayer’s booth, and not go toward breaking the quorum to express opposition, especially since the taxpayer needs a simple majority to achieve the quorum." 25 n ended