Representative's proposal to hold sessions through a mobile application
10:13 - 04/13/2020
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Member of the House of Representatives for the Future Bloc, Sarkot Shams al-Din, proposed, on Monday, the use of the "ZOOM" application on mobile phones to hold parliament sessions.
Shams al-Din said in a statement received / information /, a copy of it, that "the House of Representatives must work to use the application" ZOOM "which began with some countries in the world, to hold parliamentary sessions to vote on important proposals or bills that can benefit the children of The people during the next stage, or holding consultative sessions in order to discuss important matters that are taking place in the country.
Shams El-Din stressed that "this application is very safe and can accommodate hosting more than 500 people", indicating that "it is a cheap program that can be downloaded by all members of the House of Representatives on smart phones and to carry out live broadcasts to hold Council sessions wherever they are."
He added that "the House of Representatives can be with this step from the distinguished institutions, as an example and an example for other institutions to start accomplishing their important work through the applications available via mobile phones, given the country's conditions in announcing a curfew to cordon off the" Corona "virus, and discussing many events that happen in the country and listen For the views of the rest of the deputies and take a collective decision in them. " Ended / 25