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    Representative legal: The Federal Court law cannot be passed except in this case

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    Representative legal: The Federal Court law cannot be passed except in this case Empty Representative legal: The Federal Court law cannot be passed except in this case

    Post by Rocky Thu 04 Mar 2021, 6:45 am


    Representative legal: The Federal Court law cannot be passed except in this case

    11:50 - 04/03/2021


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    The information / Baghdad ..
    Member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Hussein Al-Uqabi, confirmed, on Thursday, that the approval of the Federal Court bill requires the availability of two-thirds of the members of Parliament, indicating that without this the law cannot be passed.
    Al-Oqabi said in a statement to "the information", that "voting on the Federal Court law in today's session needs two-thirds of the members of Parliament, not a simple majority."
    He added that the agenda included the presentation of the original draft that the government sent and requested its legislation based on the constitutional text to be legislated by two-thirds of the members.
    Yesterday, Wednesday, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi devoted today's session to voting on the Federal Court Law and a number of other important laws, stressing the importance of today's session related to voting on a long-awaited bill for years, the Federal Court Law. End / 25 h
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